Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Zoya PixieDust in Vespa swatches+review

It's a rainy, yucky and cold day here in my part of Indiana, and my mood just about matches that. I am just not feeling like today is going to be a good day. Tonight could be - I'm going out with some friends to hang out. But that's later. Ah well. I guess we all have those kinds of days :) On to this polish tho!!! Zoya Vespa is on the new PixieDust polishes, a minty light green that pretty much looks like it's been rolled in sugar haha


It feels like sand - very soft to the touch. But you can definitely feel the texture. The pigment is nice and strong, and even tho this is a lighter color, two coats are all that's needed for full coverage. I used no basecoat with the PixieDusts - they don't need it! You really don't need a top coat, either, but I also took some photos with the top coat...


To me, with the top coat, it really like looks like a more shinier version of without top coat. *shrug* I do prefer them without top coat. You can get these PixieDust polishes from Zoya.com. They are $9 each. The link provided is a referral link for the Share the Love program.


DISCLAIMER: Some products used in this post were provided to me by the company for consideration. This blog is written and edited by me, and the opinions are not influenced in any way and are not compensated. I am not a professional nail tech, nor do I have any formal training in nail care. I'm just someone who likes to polish her nails :) Please read this post for more information.

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    1. it is a perfect spot between minty and dusty light green :)

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    1. hahaha you think so? i'm not certain i like it yet. it is growing on me!

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  3. Ooh, this is a pretty color. I wouldn't have guessed it from the bottle, but it looks great applied. Great swatches!

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    1. i love when that happens - when it's more than you expect :)

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  4. This is such a great color on you! I like these Zoyas more than the OPIs, but I just can't quite get on board with the texture, lol. I think I'd be pleasantly surprised irl, but I'm not quite willing to shell out for it... Still, this dusty sea green is really lovely.

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