As promised, here is the next installment of my Zoya Fall swatches - the Gloss Collection! Three gorgeous jelly polishes are sheer at first, but all have buildable formulas that allow them to become opaque. I love me some jellies (who doesn't?!), so I was especially excited for these. On to the swatches!
Here's another photo collage for you pinners =]!
"Sheer eggplant jelly gloss, buildable formula"
This one looks reminds me of raisins...and to be honest, I'm not a huge fan of those =P The formula was a little prone to dragging, although it did become much smoother and easier to work with after each coat. It took 4 coats for me to be happy with the opacity, but each one dried quickly and it was sort of expected considering it has a jelly finish. This polish just is not for me, but I know someone out there can proudly rock this color!
"Sheer teal blue jelly gloss, buildable formula"
Um, hello gorgeous! This lovely teal was some MAJOR eye candy for this girl! It's slightly more sheer than Katherine, but I didn't experience as much dragging or bald spots. For some reason it reminds me of gemstones...not sure which one, but the word "jewel" kept coming to mind =P Perhaps this is a shade Princess Jasmine would be found wearing =]? It wouldn't surprise me, it's absolutely royal!
"Sheer berry red jelly gloss, buildable formula"
Hey, this one is more opaque than the others! Hooray for a 3 coater jelly polish =P! My camera tried to warp it's true hot pink/magenta color, but I think this picture came out pretty dang close to how it is in person. If anything, it would be slightly more purple. I didn't experience any formula problems, thank goodness =] I don't have the polish to compare, but it seems like it may be similar to OPI Do You Think I'm Tex-y...feel free to share if you have both polishes and would like to compare!
Kudos to Zoya once more for another fabulous collection =]! Now...if they could come out with some pastel jellies next spring, my life would be complete =P! Please, feel free to name the purple one Lindsey ;D
You can purchase these and other fashion forward shades at www.zoya.com for $8 each. Also, be sure to check out their Facebook page!
Have an awesome day, guys!
*The product in this review was sent to me by Zoya/Art of Beauty in exchange for my honest opinion. The opinions within this review are completely my own.*