Zoya Lovely 2013 Spring Collection is a collection of pastel and subtle sparkles that grab your attention. In this post, I'm going to be reviewing the metallics with the soft subtle sparkles. These polishes were sent to me by Zoya for review and for my honest opinion.
This post will feature Julie, GeiGei and Piaf. Surprisingly, These are my favorite of the collection. I'm usually a creme girl, but these have won my heart.
Firstly, we're start with Julie. Julie is described by Zoya as, " a full-coverage, soft wisteria purple metallic. The soft color and subtle shimmer give nails a delicate and feminine look. Originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Zang Toi"
Next, we're moving on t GeiGei. GeiGei is described by Zoya as, "a full-coverage, blushing cherry blossom pink metallic. A shimmery light shade for an always-appropriate natural pink nail look. Originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Zang Toi."
Last, but definitely not least, Piaf is described by Zoya as, " a full-coverage, fresh forsythia yellow metallic. A light, cheerful yellow that's soft and easy to wear thanks to the subtle shimmer finish. Originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Zang Toi."
All of these apply so easily and very well. They dry fast and I had no issues. Also, another plus is these are all a one coater. I used two coats for the pictures, but I didn't notice a difference in opaqueness when the second coat was added.
Which is your favorite of these three? Of all of the Lovely Collection?
Part I Of the Lovely Collection can be found here.
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