I always love the way Zoya tends to split up their 12-shade collections into two mini sets! This summer’s collection is called Seashells & Sunsets—Seashells consists of PixieDust shades and Sunsets is full of highly-saturated creams. Zoya claims that the Sunsets are essentially one-coat wonders, which means I basically need them all!
- Levi, a beige gold, textured PixieDust with medium holographic hex glitter
- Linds, a cherry red, textured PixieDust with red and fuchsia glitter
- Zooey, a classic pink, textured PixieDust laced with a fine thread of gold and medium sized holographic hexes
- Cece, a full impact green, textured PixieDust with a thin vein of gold
- Bay, a sky blue, textured PixieDust with fine silver and gold glitter
- Tilly, a starry grey, textured PixieDust with a small holographic glitter interwoven with a darker gunmetal
I’m not a fan of textured polishes, so these are all skips for me, even though Levi looks super pretty!
SUNSETS (densely saturated creams)
- Cam, a deep, fully saturated orange
- Dixie, a juicy watermelon red
- Brynn, a popsicle pink
- Liv, a fun-filled purple
- Dory, a vibrant cornflower blue
- Ness, a softened jade green with a hint of blue
These will ALL BE MINE! Liv and Ness for the names (family), especially. Still no Zoya with my name, though, sniff…
Do any catch your eye?
[EDIT] Oops, forgot to add that the code SUMMERLOVE gets you free shipping on any Seashells & Sunsets order (including lipsticks and pre-packed sets) through May 15, 2016. I presume this is US and Canada only, although Canadian orders do get charged an additional processing fee of around $8-9.
Zoya Professional Lacquer retails for US$10 and is 0.5 US fl oz / 15 mL. Zoya nail polishes are free of toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and camphor, and are made in the USA.
Zoya is part of Art of Beauty, a privately held company based in Cleveland, OH, USA.