Friday, August 28, 2015

Zoya's Flair Collection... Swatch and Review

Hey everybody:) Today I have the other half of the Zoya Fall Collection... Flair, they sent me this set for my review. The Flair collection is a jeweled tone metallic polish collection. These polishes give your Fall nails that little bit of pop we are all looking for.

Aggie is described by Zoya as: a gold holo flip liquid metal with bronze micro glitter. Ok so to me this looks like a duochrome polish, I don't get any of the "holo" that they are describing. Very pretty on does that duochrome thing in the sun and shade.

Cinnamon is a classic bronze metal polish. This polish to me looks like an old penny. I think that giving your nails a little pop with Cinnamon will spice up your day:) 

Tris is a blackened brushed nickel color. I love this color and have been seeing tons of new Fall clothes with this color! Looks like a hip Fall color that you can wear day or night.

Ember is a fiery red metallic color polish. I love this hot red for the Fall. This is like that red lip stick that you can't live without!

Estelle is a metallic blue polish. This polish is brighter outside than I expected, but still dark enough to be a Fall polish. Very Blue... if you have any collection of polish you know what I mean by Very Blue, lol. 

Giada is a metallic purple polish that has a hint of fuchsia. This is a favorite polish out of the bunch and that saying a lot with all the beautiful polish in this collection. This purple rocks my socks!!! When I'm outside I see the hint of fuchsia and inside its a deep purple, LOVE!

Overall the Flair collection is a hit, I love all the colors and can't wait until the weather gets cooler so I can rock some of these babies! 
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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Zoya's Fall Collection Focus ... Swatch and Review

Hey everybody:) Today I have Zoya's Focus collection to share with y'all, they sent them for my review. The focus collection are made up of 6 bold colors that complement any fall outfit. I love cream polish there are so many things that you can do with them, *hint, hint* I'll have a water marble for y'all in another post!

Charli is a taupe cream polish that has a hint of green in it. Two coat coverage. I liked this color for a basic everyday color, something you could wear to the office. Not a bad color for a start into Fall:)

Desiree is a classic brown cream polish. Needs two coats to cover. This polish reminds me of a chocolate bar, yum! A great cool color that will go perfect with all of those Fall boots.

Hannah is a classic red cream polish. Two coats are needed for full coverage, please use a base coat to prevent staining. I liked this color but on me it looked like it turned red with a slight orange tint, even though it didn't show that way in the picture.

Sia is a true royal blue cream polish. Two coat will give you full coverage. This is a pretty fall blue, not too bright as too appear spring but not too dark as to look like a winter polish... just right:)

Lidia is a rich eggplant cream color polish. Two coats are needed for full coverage. This purple is so pretty, I love purple in the Fall.

Janel is a deep red cream polish, deeper than Hannah. Two coats are needed for full coverage. Now I like this red a little better for my skin tone, it really was very pretty on and didn't change into orange. Janel is a great addition to my reds, perfect for Fall.

Overall I liked the Focus collection, a great start to Fall. All the colors go great with the new Fall clothes that are out, I can't wait to put on my boots... guess I have to wait on that Fall weather!! Zoya did a great job with this collection!
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