Friday, June 6, 2014

Zoya Bubbly Collection - Swatch and Review

***This polish was provided for review.  All opinions are my own.***

Hello!  Blogging 2 days in a row!  It's a miracle.  Yesterday I told you all about my new nail shape and here it is!  I'd heard that round nails are stronger and have less breaks than square but I really didn't believe it.  I filed my nails on 4/25 (the day before Anna's wedding) into almonds and I haven't had one break since.  It's crazy.  And amazing.

So, let's take a look at the Zoya Bubbly Collection.  A few notes about these swatches:  I used 2 coats of each color.  After I got into it, I realized I wanted to show them layered with their corresponding color from the Tickled Collection (review coming soon!) on one nail.  But I missed a few.  Forgive me.  You get the point.  These polishes definitely need 3 coats to cover visible nail line on longer nails.

Alma is described as:  a warm golden peach metallic featuring the exclusive liquid-metal holographic jelly formula. Fully opaque in 2 coats. Perfectly balanced between yellow and orange, this shade flatters most skin tones!  



Jesy is described as:  a full coverage, firey coral orange metallic holo featuring the exclusive liquid-metal holographic jelly formula. The golden undertones make this shade bright enough to flatter a tan but keep it distinctly different from the coppers of Fall!


Harper is described as:   a cotton candy pink with a spun gold shimmer. Featuring the exclusive liquid-metal holographic jelly formula, this shade is opaque in 2 coats.  I layered one coat of Harper over Kitridge on my ring finger.  This is my favorite of the collection!  I love the gold shimmer in the pink.



Binx is described as:  a spicy orchic purple dappled with gold metallic and holo sparkles. The exclusive liquid-metal holographic jelly formula is full-coverage in 2 coats. With undertones evenly balanced between red & blue, this shade is flattering to most skin tones.  I layered one coat of Binx over Rooney on my ring finger. 



Muse is described as:   a blue raspberry holographic fizz with a subtle vein of gold. This shade features the exclusive liquid-metal holographic jelly formula with 2 coat coverage.  Muse is shown over Ling on my ring finger.  This one is very sheer.



Stassi is described as:   a brilliant citron green with a gold metallic glaze and holographic finish. Featuring the exclusive liquid-metal holographic jelly formula with 2 coat coverage.  Stassi is shown over Tilda on my ring finger.  While I love the Vanderpump Rules reference, green is just not my thing.  This is my least favorite of the collection.



Overall, I don't love the Bubbly Collection.  They are a little more sheer than I would like and I just not a huge glitter fan.  But I do think they are really pretty and sparkly and I love the strong golden shimmer that they all have.  Especially mixed with pink in Harper.  What do you think of the Bubbly Collection?  Do you have a favorite?

Zoya sells for USD$9 and is available at Zoya.com and Ulta stores, nationwide.


***This polish was provided for review.  All opinions are my own.***


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