Jan 31, 2012

China Glaze Magnetix - Pull Me Close

Hey Ladies! Ok so seriously... when did this collection come out? I didn't know anything about it until I saw swatches start appearing everywhere! So I contacted my go-to nail supply store (ever since I discovered them I don't order polish online anymore because their prices are amazing) and they got them in today. I went straight there after my morning class. There they were... pretty in their little display on the counter! LOL! I have been dying to try magnetic nail polish but never managed to get my hands on some. And then the one time I found some at Walgreens it was too expensive for a brand I didn't know or trust. Needless to say, I was super excited when I saw that China Glaze had a collection of magnetic polishes! I definitely trust them to do it right. And they sure did!

This is Pull Me Close from the Magnetix Collection. It is a grayish blue with a metallic finish (before you use the magnet). I found that one generous coat was all you needed for even coverage. It was a bit streaky but it honestly doesn't matter because the magnetic design hides that. The instructions said to hold the magnet for something like 10 seconds. I held my finger up to eye level and put the magnet over it. The design appeared instantly for me. You are supposed to do this while the nail was still wet so I did one nail at a time (applied polish, held the magnet, and moved to the next). Be very careful not to touch your finger with the magnet. I found it easier (and faster) to hold the nail and magnet up to eye level.

This was my first attempt at using these and I don't think it came out too bad. My right hand (not the one photographed) came out better because I had already a feel for it by then. (I would have photographed the right hand but it's impossible for some reason). I love this polish! I got one more (the dark purple) and now I kinda wish I had bought the entire collection. One thing I didn't like about the polish was that it kinda had a funky smell to it... but that isn't a deal breaker for me! I hope these last long on the nail and don't chip instantly.

Which ones are you getting (or already got)?

Happy Polishing!

Jan 30, 2012

Lusting Over Misa

And I thought this color was beautiful in the bottle. Put it on the nail and it goes to a different level of beautiful. I feel like these pictures just don't do it justice. Its THAT gorgeous! This is Forbidden Lust by Misa from their Poison Passion Collection in Fall of 2008. (The same collection that brought us the very beautiful A Sin Worth Committing!) It is a ridiculously vibrant, yet deep purple with purple and reddish shimmer and blue undertones. Yeah, something like that. It's a dark purple but when the light hits it... BAM! Super bright and vibrant. 2 coats of perfection. I was going to stamp over this but the color was too pretty. I didn't want to draw attention away from it.

This color technically belongs to Mari... And now I have to add it to the list of "Polishes I Have to Order for My Own Stash Once I Move Away." Its THAT awesome! I highly recommend it. In my opinion, Misa has a great selection of stunning and unique colors.

Jan 27, 2012

NOTD: Blue on Blue

Here is another look from "the vault." I think this might be the last one. Before I start, I just want to say that I love these bottles. I like the different design and the color of the cap. However, make sure your hands are acetone free before you touch the top... Because it screws it all up and then its not so pretty anymore. So this is China Glaze's Kaleidoscope Him Out from the Kaleidoscope Collection. This is a pretty light blue scattered holo. Reminds me of Nfu-Oh's 65 (one of the loves of my life). But trust me, they aren't the same. Hmmm... Maybe I should do a comparison. I'll add that to my list of things to do one day. Then I stamped the full nail design using Bundle Monster's BM224 from the 2nd plate set. I stamped using Konad's Special Stamping Polish in Blue

By the way, I added a new commenting system. I've always wanted to be able to reply to comments and I think I finally found a way! So feel free to post a comment to test it out. Let me know if you encounter any problems via email: Lissi4NAA(at)gmail(dot)com. Thanks!

Jan 25, 2012

Time to play with Legos!

So my inner child has come out! I must confess that I'm 26 years old and I LOVE Legos... What you see in the picture is a Lego Wiimote. How freaking awesome is that? I didn't even know they made those! My boyfriend got it for me as a gift the Christmas before last. It comes with little lego pieces so you can decorate it (the strip of colors running along the sides). This Wiimote is a real attention-getter. Anytime I take it to a friends house for game nights I get tons of comments on it. And since its so unique and bright, there is no having to figure out which remote belongs to who (at least not for me). So, being the dork that I am, I decide to paint my nails matching my Wiimote.

First up is China Glaze's Happy Go Lucky from the Up & Away Collection. This is a bright yellow creme. Super bright but not a neon. 2 coats. Next, we have OPI's No Room For The Blues from the Brights by OPI Collection. This is a sky blue creme. 2 coats. Next is OPI's Dating a Royal from the Mod About Brights Collection. This is a deep dark blue (but not so dark that it looks black). The jury is still out on whether its a creme or a jelly. 2-3 coats. But I know one thing for sure: This polish stains like a mother! So be sure to apply 2 coats of your base. Last but not least is Chrysanthe-mum's The Word by FingerPaints from the Petals Collection. This is a bright green creme. Sometimes it looks a little on the mint green side. 2 coats. This is a look from "the vault" so I don't remember what I put on my thumbs... I probably just repeated one of the 4 colors.

Hope you all like it! Anyone else a Lego freak?

Jan 23, 2012

NOTD: Kotori

Am I the only one that thinks of Atari when I hear the name of this polish? I'm hoping you all know what Atari is... I went back to my un-tried drawer and pulled out Zoya's Kotori. Why hadn't I used this sooner? It's awesome! I know Mari is probably thinking: "Told ya so!" I took this polish from her months ago! The last time she realized I still had it I got a very sharp: "You haven't worn that yet!?!?!" *hides* LOL! Zoya describes this as a dense bright blue shimmer superimposed over a sheer black base. You notice how sheer the base is as soon as you put on the first coat. I applied 3 coats for even coverage. There is something different about this polish. Its bright even though its dark. Does that make sense? The blue shimmer almost looks like it has different tones of blue. Some of the black base covers shimmer from the coat underneath it. So that covered shimmer is darkened a bit while the shimmer from the top-most coat is still very bright. I think that causes a really cool effect on the nail. Point of the story: Get Kotori! (Ha Ha, I made a rhyme!)

Jan 20, 2012

Polish Battle: Tempest vs. Grape Going

Hey! I have a comparison for you guys that I did a super long time ago. As a matter of fact, I've had the draft of this post saved for a year now. Horrible, I know! You can tell it's old because it doesn't follow our usual photo format (and my nails are much longer then). So sorry about that! I didn't want to waste the swatches so decided to post it anyways.

This is China Glaze's Tempest with Sally Hansen's Grape Going. However, I'll probably do this comparison again one day since we now have RBL's Scrangie and I want to compare that with Grape Going. I've heard they are extremely similar.

All of these swatches were done with no base coat or top coat.

Tempest - This is a blue/purple douchrome.
Grape Going - This is a purple with bluish shimmer.

Application: These were all 3 coats. I liked the application of Tempest better than Grape Going. But that is only because I don't like the brush shape for this line of Sally Hansen polishes. The brushes are way too fat and uncomfortable!

Verdict: No dupes. Tempest is clearly darker than Grape Going. It's much more noticeable in the sunlight pictures.

Jan 19, 2012

NOTD: Angora Cardi & Flowers

Hey Ladies!

Today's post is not from the vault. I am going to make it a point to make a dent in my un-tried drawer. I need to make space for future polish. So I decided to use Essie's Angora Cardi. I bought this polish like 2 years ago! 

Angora Cardi - Essie describes this as a creamy deep dusty rose. It's like a mauve-ish purple creme. Super creamy and yummy. Applies like a dream. Like melted butter. I applied 2 coats. Could be opaque enough with just 1 coat but you have to make sure you get it right the first time. As always, I don't have the patience for that.

I missed stamping so I decided to go for it. The design I used is from Bundle Monster's second plate set, BM-205. This plate has 3 designs I absolutely love! I stamped using Emotion by China Glaze. This is a metallic warm pink from the Romantique collection of Spring 2009. This one is great for stamping! At first I was only going to stamp on my ring finger. I liked it so much that I stamped all my fingers before I realized it.

Happy Polishing!

Jan 17, 2012

Zoya's Bevin vs. OPI's Mermaid's Tears

Hey Ladies!

So I've read a few comments from people on the internet wondering how Bevin and Mermaid's Tears compare with one another. So I decided to do a comparison! I thought they were identical when looking at them in the bottles but that isn't the case on the nail. Swatches were done with no base coat and no topcoat.

Zoya describes Bevin as a dusty medium sage green with teal tones and a creamy opaque finish. OPI's Mermaid's Tears is like a dusty turquoise sea green. No dupe. Bevin is darker. And the tones are different. There is more blue in Mermaid's Tears. What you don't see is the difference in the formula. The swatches above have 2 coats. Bevin is much more opaque with just 1 coat. Mermaid's Tears seemed so much more watery. It was weird. You get the same result with 2 coats in the end but I didn't like the watery formula too much.

They're clearly different but I don't think the difference is crazy enough to "need" both (if you're on a budget). If you love green as much as I love blue, you'll probably want both. LOL! If I had to pick one, I'd go for Zoya's Bevin. The formula is just so much better on this one!

Happy Polishing!

Jan 16, 2012

NOTD: A Hi-Tech Pineapple

Hey Ladies!

Today I have a funky look for you guys from the vault. I decided to recreate a look I did before (here) but with different colors, obviously. I started off with 2 coats of a China Glaze color from the Island Escape collection. Electric Pineapple is a lime green creme. It's bright but the green holo makes it seem much more toned down than it really is. I used french tip stickers (the ones that are slightly curved, not straight) to make the diagonal line. Then I used Milani's Hi-Tech on the slanted tip portion. Hi-Tech is a light green (with subtle gold) holographic. I never thought I would like this combination. My skin tone usually doesn't go well with colors that are kinda puke-ish yellow/green. LOL!

Jan 14, 2012

China Glaze - ElectroPop

Los Angeles, CA - (January 2012): Where heavy metal meets rocker chic, China Glaze® introduces the Spring 2012 collection,ElectroPop. Inspired by all things girly, edgy and fun, the 12 shades of ElectroPop bring out the inner rock star in all. For flash and glam this spring, China Glaze® hits the stage in style!

ElectroPop Shades include:
  • Kinetic Candy – Touch the sky in light blue crème 
  •  Electric Beat – Periwinkle nails for a wink worthy performance
  • Aquadelic – Pool blue for nighttime gigs and daytime fun in the sun
  • Gaga For Green – Green lacquer for the girl craving the limelight
  • Sunshine Pop – Shine in the spotlight in bold yellow 
  • Make Some Noise – Rock the mic in tangerine
  • Wicked Style – Party cocktail tropical punch
  • Fuchsia Fanatic – Fuchsia pink for the rocker diva in us all
  • Gothic Lolita – Steal the show on girls night out in seductive purple
  • Dance Baby – Hit center stage in cotton candy pink
  • Sweet Hook – Blow a kiss in dreamy lilac
  • Techno – Glitter confetti polish for a dazzling topcoat finish or all over finger tip bling

ElectroPop will be available February 2012. Individual shades retail for $7; 6 piece collections retail for $42.

China Glaze is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde. China Glaze nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, visit: www.chinaglaze.com or follow China Glaze on Facebook and Twitter:http://twitter.com/ChinaGlaze

China Glaze is a division of American International Industries.

About American International Industries
For nearly 40 years, AII has been the leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of innovative, quality beauty and skin care products for men and women.  Our product lines include Ardell, Andrea, Body Drench, Bye Bye Blemish, Checi, China Glaze, Clean + Easy, Clubman/Pinaud, Duo, European Secrets, EzFlow, Fright Night, Gena, GiGi, Gypsy Lash, IBD, Jeris-Lustray, No Tweeze/Micro Tweeze, 'N Rage, Prolinc, RAW, Seche, SuperNail, Surgi-Care, Waterworks, Winning Nails, Woltra, Woody’s, and Youthair. For more information, visit our website: www.aiibeauty.com.

Jan 13, 2012

NOTD: Pink Wrapping

Hey Ladies!

So I went digging in my overstuffed "un-tried" helmer drawer and pulled this out. I got this Barielle from a blog sale. This is the first time I've ever used a Barielle polish. I still have 3 more to try out. My verdict: So far so good! This is Wrap Me In Ribbon from the Holiday Hustle collection from Winter of 2010. Wrap Me In Ribbon is a pinky mauve metallic polish. Barielle describes it as a metallic raspberry with violet and copper pearl undertones. Maybe I'm blind but I don't see the copper at all. I see it in the bottle... settled in the bottom. I tried everything I could to shake it up well but nothing worked. It's still a pretty color. The first coat started off really sheer. I didn't expect that. But the second coat somehow gave me a perfectly even and full coverage. Application can be tricky. It's metallic so you have to be careful with your brush strokes because it can be streaky. Regardless, I really like it... 

Too bad I had it on for less than 24 hours. This is the color I was wearing when I got the Zoya collection in the mail and I took it off immediately so I could swatch them. LOL!

So since I don't have much experience with Barielle, what do you guys think of this brand?

Happy Polishing!

Jan 11, 2012

NOTD: Purple Butterflies!

Hey Ladies!

And yet another look from the vault... Seeing these older manicures makes me miss stamping my nails! Anyways... This is a cute purple combination that I might do again during Spring. This is FingerPaints Aren't You Glad-iolous? from the Palette of Petals collection of Spring 2011. I'm assuming that is the correct spelling of the polish name. It didn't come with a label. I bought this collection from a blog sale and that blogger had received the collection from FingerPaints to review. So it had weird labels on the bottom. Anyone know the correct spelling? I googled it and a bunch of bloggers had different versions. Whatever. Not important. LOL! Anyways... It's a pretty light purple creme. You should be able to get a good even finish with 2 coats. I was afraid this color was going to be chalky but I was pleasantly surprised. Then I stamped the butterfly design on my ring fingers using BM205 from Bundle Monster's second plate set. I stamped with Zoya's Mira from the Summertime collection. Mira is described as a blue toned medium purple with dusty lavender tones. Personally, this color is awesome. It's so creamy and yummy.

Happy Polishing!

Jan 9, 2012

NOTD: A 360 View

Hey Ladies!

I normally don't post on weekends. But I did yesterday because I really wanted to share my swatches and review of the Zoya Fleck Effect Collection. So be sure to check out that post here: Zoya Fleck Effect Post!

I start my last semester of law school today. It's hard to believe that its been almost 3 years already. It feels like I started law school just the other day. Time flies! I don't want to go back. This break wasn't long enough. LOL! But I'm glad it's my last semester. I'm almost at the finish line!!! Hopefully this semester won't be as insane as the last one (which was one of the reasons why I had to stop blogging). Anyways...

Here is another look from the vault. I have so many looks that I did but never posted. This is one of my favorites! I actually want to redo this. It's so pretty! Today's polish is from RBL's Surf's Up collection. 360 is a teal-ish color with extremely subtle silver shimmer. So subtle that you barely notice it on the nail. But I swear it's in the bottle. LOL! The color is opaque enough that you can get away with just 1 coat... but I applied 2 just for that perfect even finish. There is something about this color that is just so beautiful to me. To finish off the look I stamped the flower pattern from Bundle Monster's 2nd plate set, BM224. I stamped using the popular Millennium by China Glaze. I love that flower pattern. It's one of my favorites from the set. I stamped the pattern in different directions so that each nail wouldn't be identical.

Hope you all like it!

Jan 8, 2012

Zoya's Fleck Effect Collection - Swatches & Review

Hey Ladies!

Swatching the Fleck Effect Collection by Zoya was fun! I love flakes so much! I wanted you guys to see this collection over a color polish and over a black polish (to focus on the flecks). Just in case anyone is wondering, the black I used is China Glaze's Liquid Leather. (Liquid Leather is literally just that, black leather in liquid form. Pure black.) I figured most of you (if not all of you) would apply this over something else and not alone on the nail. Therefore, I didn't swatch them alone. The base for all 3 of these have a slight tint of color. They are obviously sheer so you will always see your nail underneath no matter how many coats you apply. I didn't apply a base coat or a topcoat. Lets get started!

Chloe - Zoya describes this as a sheer coral pink base with two types of duochrome Mylar flakes: red-orange to gold and gold-green to blue. Spot on description. There are more of the red-orange to gold flakes than there are of the gold-green to blue flakes. The purple polish used was 2 coats of Zoya's Tru from the True Collection. Over this purple, the flakes look more orange and pink than when applied over the black. Over the black, the flakes look more orange and red. Application was great. 1 coat.

Maisie - Zoya describes this as a sheer turquoise blue base with reflective Mylar flakes that shift from green to blue.  This one is tricky. Sometimes it looks more green and sometimes it looks more blue depending on the light. But the blue is more on the greenish side. Did that even make sense? LOL! Application was great. 1 coat. I just wish the flakes were bluer. (More of my thoughts on this below.) The blue polish used was 2 coats of Zoya's Skylar from the True Collection.

Opal - Zoya describes this as a sheer green base with reflective Mylar flakes that shift from bright green to blue. Again, another spot on description. Once on the nail, its easy to get confused between Opal and Maisie. After all, they both shift from green to blue and blue to green. However, as the description says, the green in this one is brighter. I also think Opal shifts less to blue. Application was great. 1 coat. The green polish used was 2 coats of Zoya's Bevin from the True Collection.


Just for fun I decided to make these matte just so you can really see the flakes! I used Essie's Matte About You topcoat. I love how making these matte makes the flakes pop out even more!





Overall: This collection is loaded with flakes. I love it! One dip of the brush into the bottle is all you need for an application overloaded with flakes. You can easily move the flakes around with the brush if you don't like where they ended up on the nail. The polish you use as a base can really help the flakes look more like one color than another. Purple polish brings out the pinkish red of Chloe. Blue brings out the blueish side of Maisie. Green polish brings out more of the bright green of Opal. I love these polishes! I only have one slight complain... But note, this is the blue-lover in me speaking: I wish the blue in Maisie was more dominant than the green. How awesome would an all blue flake polish be? Amazing! Don't get me wrong though, I still love Maisie.

What do you gals think about this collection? Which will you be getting? Thoughts? Comments?

Happy Polishing!

Jan 6, 2012

Zoya's True Collection - Swatches & Review

Hey Ladies!

First, just wanted to let you guys know that I added an email subscription option on the sidebar! 

As promised, here are the swatches for the True Collection by Zoya. I was so excited to see a Zoya box on my front porch when I got home from work. At first I thought it was my textbook order from Amazon so I took my sweet time getting out of the car. But when I noticed the huge "Zoya" printed on the side of the box I ran out of the car so fast that I forgot to turn off the car! LOL! It felt like I couldn't get the box open fast enough. I hadn't blogged in so long that I forgot how exciting it was to receive new collections for review. So let's get started! As a side note, I like to post Zoya's official description of the color instead of only posting my own take on it. Personally, I feel that Zoya is one of the few companies that has the skill of describing their colors down to a science! What they describe is always what you get!

Cho - Zoya describes this as an opaque yellow-toned light soft peachy beige with a hint of ultra fine silver shimmer. Spot on description! The shimmer is super ultra fine. Very subtle. So subtle that I don't think this picture even captures it enough to do it any justice. But trust me, its there! Application was great. I thought it was going to be super sheer but all you need is 2 coats for full coverage.

Farah - Zoya describes this as an opaque light khaki-beige with subtle sandy, greenish undertones and a cream finish. This color looks like Cho at a quick glance but they are clearly different. Put the two bottles next to each other and you'll notice how much more yellow Cho is and the subtle green undertone of Farah. Also, Farah has no shimmer. Application was great. I thought it was going to be chalky but it wasn't. 2 coats for full coverage.

Bevin - Zoya describes this as a dusty, medium sage green with teal tones and a creamy opaque finish. I don't see the teal tones but maybe I'm just blind like that. LOL! This color is so pretty! It's nice and light but not boring. Application was great and not chalky. You can almost get away with just 1 coat. But I don't have the patience to make sure I get it perfect on the first attempt so I just did 2 coats.

Skylar -  Zoya describes this as a medium steel blue with a softened, dusty look and speckled by visible gold and silver shimmer flecks. Again, spot on description! The split between gold and silver shimmer is pretty well balanced. I thought this was going to be one of those colors that leave your hands with a shimmery mess upon removal as if you've just strangled a fairy... but it doesn't! *heavenly song plays in the background* That is a big deal to me for some reason. Application was great. The first coat seemed a little sheer but the 2nd coat provided what was needed for a full and even coverage.

Tru -  Zoya describes this as a saturated, red-toned grape purple with speckled shimmer that reflects gold, orange and red. Beautiful! For once in my polishing life a purple has taken the #1 spot for me in a collection over a blue. You guys know I'm a sucker for blue. But this time Tru has won me over! This color is just so deep and rich. And the shimmer makes it a "tru" stunner. LOL! (Corny, I know.) Application was a dream. 2 coats for full coverage.

Lotus - Zoya describes this as a very soft, dusty blue-toned amethyst purple with colorful shimmer that reflects pink, red and gold. The shimmer in this color is gorgeous! Not so red but not so pink. I wish I had swatched this during the day so I could see it under the sun. Application was great. 2 coats for full coverage.

Overall, I love this collection. Shockingly, a purple has taken the #1 spot for me: Tru. So much prettier on the nail than I thought it was going to be based on what I saw in the bottle. Goes to show you that you can't always rely on what you see in the bottle. Bottles lie! The #2 spot goes to Skylar. I love blue and I love that name! The #3 spot goes to Lotus (love that name too). #4 goes to Bevin. I don't care much for Cho and Farah. But thats only because I'm not a neutral type of girl. With that said, there is no way that you can't find something to like from this collection. It has colors and types that appeal to different likes and preferences. Application for all of them were great. No complaints. 

So what do you gals think? Which ones will you be getting? 

Also, I will be swatching the Flecks Effect Collection this weekend and posting that first thing Monday morning (if not sooner). So be sure to check back.

Happy Polishing!

Jan 5, 2012

Sneak Peek

Hey ladies!
Just wanted to quickly share what you can expect to see real soon! I found this on my doorstep when I got home today! I'm so excited that I might swatch them right now even though I painted my nails last night. =)

Jan 4, 2012

NOTD: Havana in Plaid

Hey Ladies!

I have been drooling over this color for the longest time... Sephora by OPI's Havana Dreams is a sheer pale sky blue. It seriously is sheer! I believe I used 3 coats below. I usually don't have a problem with 3-coaters if its a color I absolutely love (like OPI's Merry Midnight or My Private Jet). But I was a little disappointed with it. Don't get me wrong though... I still love the color! I just think I probably own a similar color that will give me less of a hassle. Mari posted about it back in May (here). She literally took it from me the moment I got it! *evil stare* But its ok because I've done the same to her plenty of times.

I then stamps the plaid pattern using Konad's stamping plate m60 and using Konad's Special Polish in Blue.

Jan 2, 2012

Teal Heaven!

Hey Ladies!

Today I have CND's Urban Oasis and Teal Sparkle. Can we say FREAKING GORGEOUS! Urban Oasis is a beautiful dark teal creme. The polish is no joke! 1 coat is all you need. Its THAT opaque. And then we have Teal Sparkle... *drools* Amazing clear base packed with tons and tons and tons of teal micro-glitter/flakies. The number of coats for this is all a matter of personal preference. I only applied 1 coat but you can apply another if you want more BAM! I just didn't want it to overpower the dark teal underneath. Either way, this is a great combination. Now that I think about it... I don't understand why I don't own more polishes from CND... Maybe its because I own too many polishes as it is. Is that even possible? Owning too much nail polish? Silly me! Of course not! Any recommendations for must-have CND colors?

Jan 1, 2012

China Glaze - Colours from the Capitol Collection

China Glaze “Colours from the Capitol” Official Swatch Sheet

Attached you will find the official swatch sheet from China Glaze’s “Colours from the Capitol” collection.  This collection of 12 new nail polish shades is inspired exclusively by one distinct setting in The Hunger Games - the Capitol of the nation of Panem.  Awash in lavish fashion, food, and entertainment, Capitol citizens enjoy extreme cosmetics and body modifications, bold wigs, and outlandish costumes.

Zoya TRUE and FLECK EFFECTS for Spring 2012

A fresh bloom of dewy color. Inspired by the runway looks of top designers this collection features slightly muted and unexpected spring shades in six easy to wear, full-coverage creams and metallics.

·           Cho (ZP585): Full coverage, vanilla shimmer metallic
·           Farah (ZP586): Full coverage, latte beige cream
·           Bevin (ZP587): Full coverage, pale sage green cream
·           Skylar (ZP588): Full coverage, silvered slate blue metallic
·           Tru (ZP589): Full coverage, gilded purple orchid metallic
·           Lotus (ZP590): Full coverage, light lotus purple metallic


Zoya Nail Polish presents - three new mylar fleck glazes that can be worn alone or layered over the new ZOYA TRUE collection colors for a unique and beautiful nail look!

·           Maisie (ZP582): Blue tint with mylar green fleck effect
·           Opal (ZP583): Green tint with mylar green fleck effect
·           Chloe (ZP584): Pink tint with mylar green and gold fleck effect

Zoya is the new color of fashion...

Ultra long-wearing, glossy nail lacquers by Zoya are free of harmful industrial chemicals like toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, resin, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) that are known to cause cancer and birth defects.

Sug. Retail $8.00 per 0.5 fl.oz. bottle (US)
Available January 13, 2012

Find Zoya TRUE & FLECK EFFECT as well as over 300 other ultra high-fashion Zoya shades at www.zoya.com. As always, each and every Zoya color is made for women so we name them after women.