Nadia is described as a buildable, sparkling, gingery gold metallic “disco” topper. While Zoya says this one is buildable it definitely wasn’t buildable for me. With my long nails and very opaque free edge it was never going to get opaque, although it likely will on shorter nails or less opaque free edge. I layered it over a similar base color, Zoya Flowie.
Solstice is described as a sparkling persimmon orange metallic. This color is everything! It goes on suprisingly opaque and covers in just 2 thin coats. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Tawny is described as a deep, coppery rose sparkling metallic. I like other swatches I’ve seen of this, but either my skin tone or my lighting just brings out the red. Nice easy formula though. My swatches show 3 thin coats with glossy top coat.
Sheri is described as a must-have midtone, garnet red cream. Now Zoya refers to this as a creme, but the formula is much more of a jelly. It has a lovely formula, and covers nicely in 3 coats. Watch out for the cuticle staining though! Sealed with glossy top coat.
Fallon is described as a refined pearl, midtone, violet magenta. Another awesome formula. It covers fully in just 2 coats. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Ming is described as a sexy midtone, scarlet red cream. My favorite of the two reds. Again the formula is more like a jelly, but I just used 2 coats for nice coverage. You may want a third depending upon your particular relationship with VNL. 🙂
Kelsey is described as a muted, cerise pink cream. So that’s Zoya’s description.. but I would call this a lot of things and “muted cerise pink” isn’t on the short list. First this is bold and beautiful, nothing muted about it. And second, Cerise will bring up a whole range of pinks but the most common leans far more dusty red. I will jump out on a limb here and call it fuchsia. It’s gorgeous, it’s outside the box, and it has the oh so perfect zoya creme formula. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Danielle is described as a deep, dark periwinkle cream. Another lucious creamy formula here, all wrapped up in a new unique periwinkle shade. Quite different from any other Zoya in my collection (which consists of every Zoya released since 2006.) You can’t go wrong here. This is 2 easy coats with glossy top coat.
Isadora is described as a rich, refined pearl in magenta plum. Oh Isadora how I want to love you. I had issues with her. She was draggy and patchy and I couldn’t get nice even coverage, as you can easily tell in my swatches. I think there is a trick to how to manage it, but I haven’t found it yet. This is 2 patchy coats with glossy top coat.
Landon is described as a mysterious, deep aubergine cream. This shade is everything. It was slightly thinner than the others, so watch for flooding cuticles. Other than that it’s easy to work with. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Delaney is described as a royal multichromatic (pewter, blue, purple, green), metallic flip. Oh delaney how you stole my heart! This beauty has a variety of colors and shifts. Applied in 2 easy coats with glossy top coat.
Blake is described as a deep, refined pearl in sapphire blue. This is deep deep blue, almost black. All that sparkle is more pronounced in person though. Opaque in 2 coats then sealed with glossy top coat.
How do you feel about this out-of-the-box winter collection? I absolutely love it, The Party Girls collection has just enough classic holiday shades with a nice pop of some non traditional shades too. My personal favorites; Solstice, Sheri, Danielle, Kelsey, Ming, Delaney, and Blake.
The Zoya Party Girls Winter 2017 collection is available now on Zoya.com, Ulta, and select shades at Whole Foods Markets nationwide.
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Until next time, stay polished!