Friday, May 9, 2014

Zoya Bubbly Collection

*Press Samples
So after losing the original swatch pictures of the Zoya Bubbly collection in my laptop crisis, I've reswatched them for you and here they are.

Formula wise, all of these are thick, but apply easily. They go on sheer, but build up nicely by the third coat. These are essentially jelly sandwiches in a bottle. In the press releases Zoya refered to these as being "loaded with shimmering holographic glitter particles." In truth they are iridescent pastel glitters, this was my reaction when I saw them.



Now that I've told you about formula and the like, lets talk colors.

Up first is Binx, a berry pink jelly filled iridescent sparkles.



Next is Harper. A cotton candy pink polish with iridescent glitters. 



This is Muse, which reminds me of a mermaids tail. Love this one. 



Next we have a light yellow-orange polish, Alma. 



Staasi is a beautiful grass green base filled with those same sparkles. 



Finally we have Jesy, a bright orange base containing all those beautiful glitters. 



I love this collection as a whole. Looking at these pictures, it occurs to me that each Bubbly polish will pair perfectly with a Tickled polish. I need to do some more swatching so I can show you those. ;-) 

Which color is you favorite? I'm a fan of Binx, Muse, and Jesy! These can be found on the Zoya website for $9.00 each. 

Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee

*polishes featured in this post were provided for my honest review




8 comments:

  1. LMAO on your Princess Bride meme! Yep, Zoya is kinda notorious for the iffy wording on the descriptions, aren't they? Nevertheless, beautiful swatches and all super pretty! Most interesting are Harper and Muse, which remind me of OPI Katy Perry polishes I have been lemming. thanks for a great post.

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    1. You are so right "iffy wording" is the perfect way to put it. I missed the OPI Katy Perry polishes, those were before I got into polish big time. I'm so going to google them right now.

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  2. I want to know how Muse compares to Orly Halleys Comet...and that Layla Soft-touch.

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    1. If I had them, I would totally do a comparison for you.

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  3. Great swatches and I completely agree they aren't really holographic, but more iridescent glitters.

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    1. Didn't Nicole say it was like they shrunk Monet and put it in these? Because that is spot on.

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  4. Amazing collections!
    I love your nails!
    Great colors too!
    Have a fab weekend!

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    1. Thanks! I"m so glad you like them. Thanks for visiting!

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