Happy Manicure Mondays! Today I swatched the Zoya Lovely spring 2013 collection for you all. It includes 3 pastel metallic shimmer nail polishes, and 3 pastel cremes.
This is another collection I almost turned down when the press release came out because it was December and I just wasn’t feeling the pastels yet. Oh, but when it came in and I started swatching, I fell in love immediately. I am ready for color and I am ready for spring! Most of these colors I’ve wanted since they walked the spring/summer 2013 runway shows for Peter Som and Zang Toi.
Zoya Blu is a full-coverage, soft and delicate pale baby blue with a glossy creme finish. I am addicted to mint green and blue nail polish at the moment, so Blu and Neely are my favs of this collection.
Zoya Neely is a full coverage green nail polish, somewhere between mint and celery, in a glossy creme finish. This fun color gives a cool vintage edge to your look. I’ve wanted Neely every since it was created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Peter Som, but the set sold out too quickly! Jacqueline, shown below, was also part of this limited time collection.
Zoya Jacqueline is a full-coverage, nude cream nail polish that leans a bit yellow. This light creamy beige has a glossy creme finish and was originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Peter Som.
Zoya GeiGei is a full-coverage light pink metallic originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Zang Toi.
Zoya Julie is a full-coverage, light purple metallic originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Zang Toi.
Zoya Piaf is a full-coverage yellow metallic originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Zang Toi. I have been ADDICTED to yellow nail polish ever since I did the Chanel Mimosa dupe comparison. I think Piaf could definitely pass as a lighter, more modern version of Chanel’s Mimosa.
So are you in the mood for spring yet? See any colors you’d like to pick up? I’m really lovin the pastels for this upcoming season!
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