Thursday, April 25, 2013

Zoya PixieDust Liberty and Miranda Swatches/Review

Hello!  I'm finishing up the Summer PixieDusts today with Zoya Liberty and Miranda.  I used these for my Galaxy Mani here, but I thought I'd show them on their own too.
*Provided for Review*
Zoya PixieDust Miranda Liberty
Liberty is described as a "blue sugary sparkle".  And it's funny that they describe it like that because I finally figured out what these remind me of.  Those sugars you put on Christmas cookies.  And we have one that looks just like Liberty.  It also turns your fingers blue when you decorate with it...a lot like how your fingers look when you remove Liberty. I have heard people mention the staining and then I experienced it for myself; HOWEVER, I simply washed my hands after I removed it with Zoya Remove+ and it came off.  There may have been a few blue spots by my cuticles; but other than that, it wasn't that bad.
Zoya PixieDust Miranda Liberty
Miranda is described as a "rose sparkle".  They both applied just as easily as the others.  I have two coats here and in certain lights, you can still see a little bit of the nail - so some may prefer three coats.
Zoya PixieDust Miranda Liberty
Of course, I had to throw a top coat on:)
Zoya PixieDust Miranda Liberty
And a bonus picture just cuz I thought it looked kindof cute!
Zoya PixieDust Miranda Liberty
If you missed my review of the other PixieDusts from the Summer 2013 Collection, check them out here.

Today is my "Friday".  I have tomorrow off because my brother is getting married.  I'm decorating the cake tonight and we are headed north tomorrow morning.  Have a great weekend everyone!

Note:  The Zoya PixieDust Collection was provided to me for my honest review.  See my Disclosure Policy for more information.

21 comments:

  1. I need that blue like a hole in the head, which probably means I'll get buy it. How pretty is that?? Great pics, and be sure to post one of the wedding cake! :)

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  2. Both colors are gorgeous, and I like them best with top coat LOL
    Have a nice day tomorrow :)

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  3. Those are both so pretty! I love the way they look without the top coat. :)

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  4. I really don't like the pixie dust polishes, until you put a top coat on them. I guess I'm just not much of a textured polish lover. I do like these colors though, after the top coat. Great colors for summer. How hard is it to get these polishes off? Are they as bad as glitter?

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    1. I didn't think I would like them either, but I like them more than I thought. They aren't quite as bad as glitter, but they are a little annoying because it tears up the cotton round a bit... but it's worth it.

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  5. Both are really pretty, but Liberty definitely stood out to me, even with the staining! :D
    Have a great time at your brother's wedding! And I hope you post a picture of the cake!

    ~ Yun

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  6. I just love your description of Liberty looking like sugar cookie sugar :) I can't wait to see it irl. Both these are beautiful on you and your photos impeccable, as always :)

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  7. Hi Essie, i hope you will party plenty and have a great party!!! I am with Liesl - what a great description of the polishes, and they look so juicy on you!!! And great pictures!!! :-)

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  8. These are pretty! :D I really need to get myself some :)

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  9. Liberty looks absolutely amazing...yum! Thank you for showing them with topcoat too!

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