Today I have the Zoya Party Girls Winter/Holiday collection to show you!
This collection seems to come at the perfect time. Lately I feel like a party girl. Granted not a ‘drank too many cosmopolitans’ kind of party girl, but a party girl nonetheless. Yesterday we celebrated my nephew’s college graduation. Today I have a baby shower for one of my dearest friends and my kids have been invited to birthday parties left and right. Before I head out to the baby shower let’s check out the Zoya Party Girls Winter/Holiday Collection that launches TODAY.
ZOYA PARTY GIRLS WINTER/HOLIDAY COLLECTION
This set of 12 polishes gave me no issues when applying or removing. They all went on great. However some are a bit camera shy and my photos are not spot on. I know I am not alone in this issue and that at least one other blogger had the same thing happen to her. I will describe the actual color as best as I can so you know how different it is from the photos.
“Solstice” is a light coral with tiny bits of gold shimmer. My photos make it look redder than it actually is. The tone is correct but my photos show it darker. I was happy how I only needed one coat for this one though!
“Tawny” is a described as a coppery rose metallic. I am used to see rose gold so rose copper is new to me but something I really like. There are tiny gold and bronze flecks in this one too. Shown is two coats plus top coat.
“Ming” is a scarlet red cream. Shown is two coats plus top coat. This one is quite possibly my favorite red by Zoya. The formula was consistent and it has the perfect undertones for my skin and doesn’t lean too blue or too orange.
“Nadia” is a ginger/gold metallic topper. I chose to show it over ‘Ming’ using one coat plus top coat. It can be worn alone and since it is a very sheer formula it would have taken at least three coats on my nails to be opaque.
“Fallon” is a magenta pearl finish. Shown is two coats plus top coat. This one has fairly noticeable brush strokes.
“Sheri” is another red cream. This one is sheerer so I needed three coats and it leans more orange than ‘Ming.’
Here is a side by side comparison of the two reds in this collection.
In the photo below I have the two macros side by side and it is very difficult to tell them apart.
“Kelsey” is a fuschia pink cream. Shown is two coats plus top coat. My photos make this look about two shades lighter than it actually is.
“Danielle” is a dark periwinkle cream. Shown is one coats plus top coat. This is another of my top picks from this set.
“Delaney” is a multichrome purple. In the bottle this one shifts at every angle, on my nail it didn’t as well as I thought. And I wasn’t able to capture the shift at all. It just looks more pearl than multichrome on me. Shown is three coats plus top coat.
“Landon” is described as an aubergine purple but I think it is lighter than that. I see it more as a dusty grape cream. Shown is two coats plus top coat.
“Isadora” is a plum purple leaning magenta with a pearl finish. Shown is two coats plus top coat. There is also a purple/red shimmer in this.
“Blake” is a blackened sapphire blue pearl finish. It seems more jelly like with added shimmer than actually pearl. The gold shimmer is a great addition to the blue/black base! Shown is two coats plus top coat. I probably could have used an extra coat of the polish.
So there you have it! What do you think of the Zoya Party Girls Winter/Holiday Collection?
Thanks for reading!