New! Zoya Ultra Pixie Dust Fall 2014

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Zoya has launched a new collection of Pixie Dust shades foe Fall. The new Zoya Ultra Pixie Dust is a collection of 3 shades perfect for Fall and the holidays.

They might look like another set of glitter polishes but these are actually quite different. The polish base dries to a matte finish and there are several sizes of glitter which make for a very unique and pretty look. And I generally hate removing glitter polishes but found this line was pretty easy to remove.

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(Yes I did get polish all over the bottle and my fingers. The results of trying to do a mani on the couch while I was exhausted.) 

Arianna – Arianna by Zoya can be best described as a blue-toned red wine textured PixieDust with Mega Hex particles. I have been wearing this shade for a few days and I love it. I had a lady tell me it looks like Dorothy’s ruby red slippers, perfect description.

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Noir – Can be best described as a deep, vampy plum textured PixieDust with red mega hex particles. I love the purple shade of this very grape like, perfect shade for Fall.

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Oswin – Can be best described as a true red textured PixieDust with crimson mega hex sparkles. Pretty basic, red base with red glitter and texture.  This shade dried the most matte of the three, a very pretty red this would be great for the holidays.

The directions say to use 3 coats but I had great coverage with just two coats. One trick this polish is make sure you let each coat dry before adding the next one. I found all three shades dried really quickly.

Learn more about Zoya nail lacquers and purchase online at Zoya.com.

 

Disclosure: I was sent a complimentary sample for review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.


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