For Spring 2013 Zoya has developed six shades of ‘Lovely‘ polishes in pastel colors – three cream and three shimmering metallic. As much as I adore the deeply saturated and vampy shades of winter, it’s still like a breath of fresh air to see these lighter and more fun colors.
GeiGei is a delightful shimmering pink metallic. Three coats were needed for full coverage. (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13).
Piaf is a shimmering golden yellow metallic. I needed three coats for full coverage, but it’s so beautiful I don’t even care! (Originally designed for Fashion Designer Zang Toi).
Neely is a mint green cream. I love this shade for spring, and Neely is a good one to have on hand for the season. I needed two coats for full coverage. (Originally designed for Peter Som/SS13).
Julie is a shimmering lilac metallic. I need three coats to cover the nail completely. (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13).
Jacqueline is a warm nude cream. One of the few that didn’t seem to wash me out! I used two coats for full coverage. (Originally designed for Peter Som/SS13).
Blu is a cheerful pastel (you guessed it) blue cream. This one had the best formula out of the six. It needed two coats for full opacity, but it coated well and was nice to work with.
Overall, this is a fun, flirty and very girlie collection. Though I do recommend all of them, my faves were Piaf and Blu. They were the nicest to work with and I just love the colors!
For more information on this collection, please see the Official Press Release.
The Zoya Lovely Collection is available now on the website. Each polish retails for $8.00 or you can buy the sampler (which contains all polishes from this collection) for $48.00.