Monday, March 18, 2013

Zoya Pixie Dust Swatches & Review!

Two posts in one day?! Ay caramba! 

Spring is only two days away ya'll. I am somewhat in favor of Spring and somewhat not. Why you may ask? 

Number one: The advent of Spring in Texas, means that Summer is quickly,and I mean quickly on it's tail. As far as I can recall in the 20 plus years I have lived in Texas, Spring doesn't really exist. In my mind,once the temperature hits 80 degrees , it's Summer. 
At some point this week the temperature will hit 80 degrees. Enuf said. 


Now onto today's nail polish, which was provided by the lovely Zoya Fairies for review purposes.

First up is Zoya Godiva, a soft nude with sugar sparkle. 

For Zoya Godiva, I used two coats for full coverage. I really love this one.




Second is Zoya Vespa, a kiss of mint with sugared sparkle. Three coats were used for this one.



And here we have Zoya Nyx, a perfect periwinkle with sparkled sugar,lol, I meant to say sugared sparkle. :-) I used three coats for full coverage. 



 Next is London, a fog gray with sugared sparkle. It just dawned on me the name of this polish reminds me of  London Fog coats.




The fifth polish in this group is Dahlia. What a beautiful name. Dahlia is referred to as a "black beauty" with sugared sparkle. I believe this one required three coats also for full coverage.

And last but not least, is Zoya Chyna. Zoya Chyna is a red dazzle with sugared sparkle. I used three coats for full coverage. As a sidenote to this, while applying Chyna, I immediately thought of pizza sauce. That is how red it appears to me. I am still wearing this one as a full mani.


In conclusion all of the Pixie Dust polishes were very easy to apply,dried quickly,and were very easy to remove as far as glitter removal goes. They all came off with one swipe of the cotton ball to each nail with regular acetone remover. This is not much of a surprise to me,as Zoya's glitter polishes have always been super easy to remove. My only regret, is that the rest of my glitter collection from other brands cannot be as easy to remove as these. The Pixie Dust line is made from Zoya's exclusive Matte Sparkle formula.

My favorites of these six are Godiva and Nyx. Which ones are your favorites?

The Zoya Pixie Dust collection is still available on Zoya.com

Keep your eye on the Zoya site also for the Summer edition of Zoya Pixie Dust

Polish in this post was provided by the manufacturer for my honest opinion. The acceptance of free product for review,does not in any way affect the outcome of my opinion and review. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.