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I was so excited to pick these up at My favorite creep nail polish spot, Beauty 35 here in the NYC. I went on a mini spree and bought almost the entire collection. I was broke, but happy!
Very cool light gray creme. Love this. Usually grays this cool don’t look so great against my skin tone, but I really think this works!
Love this. A cool toned brown. So dark, and lovely. I never get tired of a dark polish!
I needed a blue like this. Blurple creme. I simply adore it!
I was afraid this looked exactly like San TanTonio, but it really doesn’t. Definitely a great addition to this collection.
Unusual shade. Sort of green, sort of gray, sort of muted. Definitely one of my favorites in the collection.
Beep Beep! I know it’s not particularly unique, but at this point how can OPI create a fall collection that doesn’t include a vampy purple creme?
Love This Green. So many oilve/military greens on the scene this fall, and this one is right up there with the best of them. And what a cute name. Sadly this reminds me of every road trip from NY to Down south to visit family. 13 hours straight on I-95. Ah memories…
Another gorgeous Vampy violet brown. Oddly cool toned yet dark and murky and gorgeous! I both love and hate colors like this because while we polish freaks can see the subtle differences in polishes like this, most people can’t. All they’ll see is a dark polish. Sad but true.
The formula on these were pretty good. I did notice that on most shades, the color on the nail was much darker than the bottle color. and what’s with the chalkiness and weird texture when looking at the bottle of for example, “Suzi Take the Wheel”. It never looks fully combined, but luckily that look doesn’t translate on the nail.
Note: these were bought and paid for by me.
Sorry it’s been so long since my last post! Work has been kicking my bootay. I’m on day 9 of a 12 day run with no days off. Anyway, I finally bring you part 2 of the Zoya fall 2011 collection. Mirrors.
Tao is a medium gray shimmer. I’m not over my love of gray’s yet and this one definitely fits the bill.
Well, it’s not “truly outrageous” but it is a jem of a polish. a red based purple with gold shimmer.
Pretty cross between blue, purple and gray with silvery shimmer. I don’t know why my photos make the bottle look like there is some sort of flash or duo chrome in it. There is not.
Love this murky olive/army green. This one might be my favorite.
Gray blue with shimmer that’s more subtle than the rest of the collection. Very pretty.
Grayed out violet with subtle shimmer. Lovely. I love how Zoya puts their collections together using similar colors but making them just different enough to justify getting them all! Evil and good at the same time. You can pick these babies up at Zoya.com. Enjoy!
These were sent to me for Review…
I just love this time of year when all the fall collections come out. Spring collections are intriguing to me but nothing makes me more excited than the fall nail color and makeup collections. The darker, moody nail colors appeal to me more and fall is when they really come out to play!
Deep Dark Greenish swampy brown creme. Reminds me of OPI’s Get in the Espresso Lane. But it’s still not an almost black. We’ll take it!
Pretty pea green. Like the split pea soup in the can my momma used to make when I was a kid. I hated that stuff, but I love this shade!
As much as I love Gray, it’s not unique anymore. I still can’t resist a good fall gray, and this one is as good as any of the others out there.
Deep, dark and vampy, what fall collection would be complete without a color like this. Again, dark but not an almost black.
Teal is again a big color for this fall. Not as big as last year, but it’s here. This one is more green in tone and really nice. I’m definitely not over this trend!
Petra is a darker gray, more purple/brown based if that makes sense. Things always look darker in the crappy lighting of my apartment and the fact that one of my living room lamps bit the dust this weekend isn’t making things better.
The formula on these were nice, just like what Zoya usually delivers with each collection. You can pick up these beauties at Zoya.com.
These were sent to me for review
Spring still hasn’t completely sprung here in NYC. But that hasn’t stopped me from bringing the spring to my nails with the Zoya Intimate collection for Spring 2011.
Super pretty green this pic does not do this color justice. There is a super subtle flash of violet here. I don’t think I have anyy other green like this in my stash.
I’m glad this collection has taken a more sophisticated turn from the super bright pastels of last spring. Marly is the most pastel-ish of the lot. It looks a little pink, a little white and a little violet at the same time. I’m not mad at it!
Yay another gray! This one has a tinge of cornflower blue in it and even though it’s a pretty dark gray, it still feels spring-like to me.
This one is one of my faves. A much lighter gray than Caitlin and I think it’s a good contract against my skin.
I think this is the most unique of the collection. A purple shimmer wish silver micro glitter. Not my usual style but definitely a fun color to wear, particularly for spring.
A light gold shimmer. I don’t wear alot of gold but I think I would wear this.
All in all i think this is a nice collection of wearable shades that could work on anyone. You can get each for $8.00 on Zoya.com.
Disclaimer – These were sent to me for review.
After my first purchase of Nfu-Oh on Fabulous Street, I couldn’t help but get more a few weeks later. There are so many shades to choose from, and it took so much strength for me to restrain myself, but here’s what I picked.
Awesome Gray. Dark, muddy. Pretty much opaque in one coat but I used two. It almost has little green in it.
This just might be my favorite green! Before I got the second coming of Nars Zulu I’d bought this to ease my lemming. Love it!
Another awesome putty greigy. Again could have been a one coater, but I used two. It would have looked more sophisticated on my nails if the green from the previous swatch removed easier.