I haven’t posted any nail looks this whole month because I cut my nails really short and wanted to wait for them to grow out a little before I went plastering them all over my blog. lol Now that they have a little length – I figure I would grace my site with its presence once again. lol This month I have been loving my new Zoya nail polishes that I hauled. They are super gorgeous and definitely polish shades that I know I’ll gravitate to pretty often.
On my nails I am using the following polishes:
Zoya Rue (main nail color) – can be purchased on Zoya.com
Zoya Tomoko Pixie Dust Textured polish (accent nail) – can be purchased at Zoya.com
I do have my eyes on another Zoya Pixie – their new Magical Pixie in Cosmo, I’m adding that to my list to get it next. If you know anything about me, it is that I love glitter and sparkle and let me just say… woohoo – I’m loving it!
So I’ll chit chat a little about the colors I have on my nails – a mini review so to say.
Rue is a nude pink toned nail polish that is opaque. While I did do two coats for this look (I normally do regardless), it still has near full coverage after the first coat. It is a cool toned cream and has a slight pearl sheen to it. I love it and if you are a nude pink polish lover, I think you’ll love this shade. The wear on this shade is really nice. I have been using it all month and it will take me a full week with washing dishes several times a day before I get any chipping. Of course, I’m using it over a base and have a top coat – but I enjoy the wear and drying is fairly quick as well.
Tomoko is one of the Pixie Dust textured polishes. It is a silver tone that looks almost like crushed diamonds because it does lend for a nice sparkle in certain lighting. It is just about full coverage in one coat but I apply two coats over a base. Wear for this polish and other textures from Zoya is fairly long for me and it can be a bit tricky to remove. I tend to use the “soaked cotton ball” method to remove otherwise it can be a pain. I haven’t had any trouble with chipping. If you love silver polishes but are looking to switch it up a bit – I would surely give this a try, it’s gorgeous.
So, have you tried Zoya polishes before? What are your favorites?