"The six crèmes in Feel are subtle but gorgeous, with pale blue Kristen, dusty purple Carey, lilac Megan, beige-lavender hybrid Kendal, nude-beige Kennedy and cool blond Avery. Each color is totally opaque in two coats, and totally work-appropriate"
The PolishAholic put up a wonderful post including the image below of the entire Trio of Zoya Fleck Effect- Mylar Holographic Glazes over white to show off the tinted base of each one. Wow - talk about showcasing the variety of this collection! See her entire review (including many, many more nail polish swatches) here...
The Girls in the Beauty Department at Glamour.com have decided that it's time for fresh, winter nail polish creams. Can't say we disagree - with so many gorgeous Zoya Full-Coverage Cream Colors - the only hard part is deciding which one...
We suggest starting with the Zoya Feel Collection. Zoya Megan is featured here. The post also shows Zoya Farah from the new for Spring 2012 Zoya True Collection.
Cristina at Let Them Have Polish is wondering if she should keep up the nail polish swatch spam on Sundays - Ahhhh YES!!! Please comment and let her know how much you love (♥) seeing Zoya Nail Polish and all of her spam on her perfectly painted talons!
Lots of toxin-free, long-wearing Zoya swatched here... including Zoya's Apple, Crystal, Midori, Tallulah, Yvette, Izzy, Cynthia, Anja, Codie, Rica and Holly.
Also note her links to more Zoya Swatch Spam at the bottom of the post.
Using Zoya Raven, Dove and Snowsicle,Cosmetic Sanctuary provides step by step instructions of her technique demonstrating in both pictures and with a video (below) of exactly how to achieve this fun nail look.Enjoy! special thanks to Cosmetic Sanctuary for this great tutorial.
We wanted to take this opportunity and give everyone an update on the "Zoya Color Your World in 2012" Promotion status:
1. Due to the high volume of promotions, we anticipate all the orders to be shipped by middle of next week.
2. If you received an email confirmation of your order , but don't see the order in the "My Account" section don't worry. This simply means that we are processing the orders in batches and yours just hasn't been allocated to a warehouse for picking yet. Once it does, the order will appear in your "My Account Section"
3. If you received a confirmation email, then we got your order. We have noticed that Comcast emails are being blocked by Comcast for some reason, so if you are a Comcast user this should explain why you have not received a confirmation.
4. We do not charge your credit card until your order ships.
5. If you decide you would like to cancel your order, you can do so by going into the "My Account Section" of our site and clicking on the "My Unshipped Orders" and clicking the "Cancel" button. You can only cancel orders that have not been picked or shipped yet. Starting this afternoon you will be able to also cancel orders that have not been transferred for picking as well.
Thank you very much for making this a promotion such a success and enjoy your new Zoya
Zoya Fleck Effect Collection...Thanks to The Manicured Monkey - who put them over each new Zoya True Collectioncolorwe have a great posting for you to show both new collections. It's fun to see exactly how each shade is changed by the addition of the mylar Fleck Effect glazes. She even did a "super effect" and layered all three over each shade. If you like swatches - this post is for you.
"Out of these I would say my top favorites are Tru, Bevin and Skylar, of course out of the flakies it's hands down for Chloe. The flakies are a bit unique in the fact that they sit in a transparent colored base. If you notice Chloe changes the color of the base polish more because it's in a pink hued base. Pretty interesting. Overall a great win from Zoya."
"What makes these pretty different from traditional glitters, is that they contain a special mylar flect glitter—suspended in a slightly tinted base. These make PHENOMENAL top coats over deep shades; like black, dark blues, purples, and burgundies. Even though I’ve swatched them over black in the photos below, you’ll have fun experimenting with different base shades. Each one will give them a new life."