Well, we had a heck of a wind and rain storm in NH on Sunday night. As of right now (Tuesday) we are still without power, but I am thankful for our generator which allows us some electricity. We still have no water, stove, or heat but we do have some space heaters to keep it from being too cold! Anyway, enough of that drab talk, lets focus on something more lovely. Today, I will be sharing the gorgeous new Zoya Party Girls Collection for winter/holiday 2017!
How pretty is the case Zoya sent the polishes in? I was thrilled to receive it! This 12 piece collection consists of 5 cremes, 6 metallic/shimmers, and 1 shimmering topper. As per usual, each polish had a great formula and was easy to work with. A few of the cremes were pretty much 1 coaters!
Zoya Party Girls Collection
Nadia is a shimmering copper with flecks of gold and fuchsia. It is meant to be used as a top coat, but it can be worn as a regular polish too. I used 3 coats in the photo above. Click HERE to see it used as a top coat over various shades (black, purple, red, and orange.)
Solstice is a bright, shimmering coral/red.
Tawny is a sparkling coppery rose.
Ming is a scarlet red creme.
Fallon is a violet/magenta with a pearlized finish.
Sheri is a deep garnet red creme. I only used 1 coat here, but I should have used 2 to bring out the richness of the red.
Kelsey is a bright, neutral pink creme.
Danielle is a dark periwinkle “blurple” creme.
Delaney is a royal purple metallic. Unfortunately, I see more green shift in the bottle than I do on my nails.
Landon is a warm, deep aubergine creme.
Isadora is a magenta/plum with refined micro-shimmer.
Blake is a deep sapphire blue with refined gold shimmer.
This collection is really pretty and it has a nice mix of cremes and shimmers. I do wish there was a (lighter) blue or green shimmer, but you can win them all. A few of my favorites here are Tawny, Fallon, Isadora, Blake, and Danielle. Do you see any shades that you are drawn to??
→ These Zoya polishes retail for $10 each and you can find them now on Zoya.com! ←