Zoya Bubbly - Swatches and ReviewTuesday, May 27, 2014
Ready for the other summer Zoya collection? Get ready for some Bubbly goodness! I wanted to swatch these over the cream counterparts but decided that I really wanted to showcase these glitters on their own. I actually only needed 2 coats of each to get the swatches below. All of the swatches are topped with HK Girl top coat. I hope you enjoy!
This first glitter jelly polish is called Harper. YES this is only 2 coats but I wasn't super reserved with my coats either. They are not thick coats but I do have enough polish on that there is even distribution across all my nails. I definitely would wear any of these polishes alone or on top of their complementing cream colors from Tickled.
Here we have Binx, a pretty purple-y jelly glitter. It's a little hard to see all of the sparkling goodness but I promise it's there! It just reminds me of a bowlful of berries!
Alma is described as a golden peachy jelly shade. I guess if you had some actual peach jelly, it would kind of look like this. It's definitely more golden than anything though. I love how bright it is and I'd rock this at the beach any day. Imagine when that bright sun just hits all those sparkly glitters!
Jesy is described as a fiery coral orange jelly. Fiery definitely describes this polish well. As bright and colorful as this one is, I think it is one of the more sheer colors in this collection.
Stassi is a green jelly glitter polish that I personally thought should have been lighter. Actually, if you only use 1 coat of this or use it over Tilda, you'll get that light green effect. This may be one of the ones I bring back in the Fall or Winter seasons.
Lastly, we have Muse. As soon as I saw the name for this one, it definitely reminded me of one of my favorite bands, Muse. If I had this one back when I saw them in concert, it would have been perfect! This shade could easily be used in any sort of night sky or galaxy nail art design.
Okay, so if you're into glitters, jellies, and glitter jellies, I do recommend this set. I really enjoy them and I have nothing quite like it in my stash.