Hi everyone! Eek it's already August and I haven't a single post yet! Well, this one has been done for a long time, in my folder waiting patiently but as you may know if you follow my Instagram that I've been in NYC visiting with family for the last 3 weeks so it's more of a challenge to get online and blog.
The Fall Zoyas are ON THEIR WAY so I knew I had to show these while it was still summer, am I right?
Here's the line up, descriptions from Zoya:
Zoya Serenity - a summer purple in a full coverage and densely pigmented cream formula. Reminiscent of beautiful blooming irises, a harbinger of summer.
Zoya Nana - a deep summer fuchsia in a full coverage and densely pigmented cream formula.
Zoya Talia - a true turquoise in a full coverage, densely pigmented cream formula. Please note: This is a highly pigmented shade. Make sure to apply a base coat to prevent staining.
Zoya Jace - a modern tropical green in a full coverage formula. A green that is more muted than lime and surprisingly wearable!
Zoya Demetria - a vibrant poppy red in a full coverage and densely pigmented cream formula.
Zoya Cecilia - a classic teal in a full coverage and densely pigmented cream formula. Please note: This is a highly pigmented shade. Make sure to apply a base coat to prevent staining.
I created these by first painting a white base using Zoya Purity. I then stamped the design with it as well, using Pueen Special Edition Encore
I used the reverse stamp method and painted all the Zoya shades directly into the pattern while still on the stamper, I top coated and when dry gently peeled off stamp decal and placed on nail. Once on the nail, trim and clean edges and top coat!
Zoya Cecilia shown above. I love love how these turned out! I know in the close-ups you can see where it might not look perfect, but trust...you couldn't notice. In reality they just looked fab if I may say! :D
Zoya Nana shown above. I don't think I could pick a fave from this collection. I adored each saturated vibrant creme!
Zoya Serentity shown above. Do you have a fave?
These were time consuming to create but at least I did get to wear them for a while! AND using the reverse stamp method it's easy to have your nail art be equally good on both hands! hoorah!
Zoya Island Fun are $9 and are available at zoya.com
All the best,
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