Monday, July 23, 2012

NYFW Gloss...

Sorry I'm running a little behind today!!  Zoya NYFW Gloss collection is made up of three buildable jelly lacquers.  They are perfect for all kinds of layered manicures!


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Application is slightly runny but smooth.  Remember to use thin layers with jelly finishes in order to get a smooth look.  Opacity is a different story on these lacquers.  Three coats were used for all and you can see Paloma has the best coverage, while Katherine falls in the middle, and Frida has the sheerest.  Keep in mind jelly finishes are supposed to be sheer, if you want a solid opaque look try laying these over your favorite cremes and foils.


Zoya Paloma
A sheer deep fuchsia-berry jelly


Zoya Frida
A sheer teal blue jelly


Zoya Katherine
A sheer eggplant jelly


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Disclosure: These products were purchased by The Lacquer Factor.

16 comments:

  1. Oooh those are pretty! I can't wait to try them! :-)

    ~ Yun

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  2. I really like the Paloma shade!! Really pretty!!

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    1. Thank you!! Paloma is also my fav from this collection!

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  3. I've never tried a jelly finish. I really love the last color :)

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  4. oh this brand has really nice colors. but i've never tried the jelly finish either.

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    1. Jellies are so much fun!! The possibilities are endless!

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  5. just discovered your blog and I love it!
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    1. It's not too hard to use but definitely different from regular lacquers!

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  7. Looks like you managed to get Paloma more opaque than I did--or maybe it's a difference in our cameras. :)

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  8. Very pretty..I love the first color! xoxo

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