Zoya's Pixie Dust Collection - A Review
I am so excited! Today I made my first real money off of my blog, $0.40! I have put a lot into it, time, money for polish, lots of study...and it's finally starting to pay off. Well...a little...
But I digress...tonight I have a really gorgeous collection from Zoya called Pixie Dust. I can't regret buying this collection because it is so beautiful! They are a "textured, matte, and sparkling" collection and the colors they have are perfect for it! They are (from left to right): Dahlia, Chyna, Godiva, Vespa, Nyx, and London.
Dahlia: The first is black, with just enough sparkle to catch the eye. I wore this to the salon and everybody asked me about it and loved the texture and flash. I personally think the Pixie Dust look is perfect for black.
Chyna: This is a red textured polish and the only one from the collection I didn't really care for. I think it was pretty when it was still wet and shiny, buy when it dried to a matte, I didn't really like it. My opinion is that reds need to be glossy to be pretty...but that's just my opinion.
Godiva: This is one of my favorites! It is a light tan, or nude. It is very classy looking and blends well with my skin, but adds a little twinkle to your wardrobe. I have heard that it "franken" easily with other colors of polishes. So if you would rather have a pink you can add a little of your favorite pink and you have a Pixie Dust in pink!
Vespa: This is a beautiful light green. I didn't know if I was going to like this one going in, but I did! It is not too bold. It's the perfect color for spring!
Nyx: This textured polish is lost somewhere between blue and purple. I'd have to call it periwinkle or a light denim. Whatever color it is I love it! It is suited to this textured look with just a bit of glint. I can imagine it worn with cute jeans and a casual top.
London: This is a gray/silver color. This is my other favorite of the collection because it is so elegant. The sparkle is just enough to make it look as if you are dressed up.
All of these polishes where opaque in two coats and I liked the formula of all them. They applied different because of the texture, but they still went on well.
Zoya nail polish is a nail polish free of toluene, formaldehyde, DBP (phthalates) and camphor.