Hello! Today I've got a few polishes from the Zoya Pixie Dust collection. Even though OPI's The Impossible may not have been all I wanted to to be, I still held out hope for these. Also these are my first Zoyas! Read on to see that I thought of them!
I couldn't resist these polishes, they looked so sugary as opposed to sandy. Here is Dahlia, a true black with silver sparkle. It reminds me of the sparkly sidewalk you can sometimes find in NYC.
I'm not the biggest fan of nudes but I like weird types colors like Essie Playa del Platinum and China Glaze Classic Camel. So Zoya Godiva is right up my alley! I would describe it as a yellowed beige, with silver sparkle. This color is the.most understated in the collection but it has such a chic feeling to it. Although it may not look good on everyone, so beware of lobster hands!
Of course after I take off Dahlia, I got the brilliant idea to add a top coat! For a smooth appearance, be prepared to use a thick gel-like top coat. Godiva looks super pretty smooth and glossy.
The last color I picked up was Vespa, a light sage or celadon green. Like Dahlia and Godiva, Vespa has silver glitter as well. I like that they chose a more muted green, it really lets the texture show through.
Here is Vespa with top coat on. It also looks gorgeous this was as well! As for the formula? These colors were good in two coats, except for Vespa, which took three thin coats. Since these formulas are a bit on thicker side, use thin coats. They also take longer to dry, however you don't need a base or top coat. I only wore Dahlia as a manicure, and I got a few days before tip wear set in. I definitely recommend picking these up, there is just something so pretty and delicate about this finish!
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