You may have seen my first Zoya PixieDust post here using Dahlia. I thought I would show you the rest of the shades together in one post. And what better way, than with a skittles mani? Here are the colors I used...
|Entire Collection Minus Dahlia|
The manicure below is without a top coat. As you can see, they all have the rough texture that is very popular right now. After seeing the textured polishes pop up on various blogs; they kept reminding me of a certain candy, but I couldn't quite put my finger on it. Finally, I saw someone post on FB which candy they are like...The Nerds Bumpy Jelly Beans shown here. The Zoya PixieDusts sortof remind me of them, but the Milani Textured Polishes look exactly like them...Vampy Varnish reviews them here. Okay...back to my mani...
The red (Chyna) is so vibrant. It has so much pigmentation and is a pretty awesome red. The green (Vespa) is such a pretty light sage that I think will be fun to wear on all of the nails. I'm not sure if I will wear the nude (Godiva), it didn't work well with my skin tone. But I think it would be a pretty neutral for people with a darker skin tone. Perhaps this summer when I have a tan?
The picture above shows the polishes with one coat of top coat. I think using these with a top coat is my favorite way to wear them. I am a big fan of the grey (London) because I really do love grey nail polish. And the bluish/purple (Nyx) reminds me of the PixieDust version of Zoya Caitlin, which I love. I should compare them.
All in all, I think these polishes are pretty fun to play with and I think they are worth picking up. They have some versatility because you can wear them either bumpy or smooth:) If I had to pick my favorites, I would choose London (grey) and Vespa (sage). Have you tried them yet?
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