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Zoya PixieDust Collection for Fall 2013 swatches and review.

(These products were sent to me for my honest opinion)

I have been working on this post for what seems like FOREVER! I wanted to do a comparison post of the Spring 2013 PixieDust polishes with the new Fall 2013 collection. I ended up doing two comparisons of the orange and blue shades from both collections 🙂

First up is my favorites shade: ORANGE!

Beatrix ♥Destiny ♥Dhara♥

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Dhara♥
(Fall 2013 Collection)

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Dhara is a gorgeous Darker orange glitter textured polish that has a strong gold shimmer.

 

Beatrix (Middle)♥Destiny (Ring) ♥Dhara♥

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Beatrix (Middle)♥Destiny (Ring) ♥Dhara♥

I tried to do some nail art…

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Sunshine♥
(Fall 2013 Collection)

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Sunshine is like a blue jean blue glitter texture polish with silver glitter.

 

Liberty (Middle and Ring)Sunshine♥

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Sunshine didn’t stain my nails like Liberty did this time around 😦 But they are both beautiful textured polishes.

 

Ok so now here is the rest of the Fall 2013 collection that I took the pictures outside since I was able to swatch during the day 🙂

Carter♥

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Carter is a purple glitter textured polish that has blue and red sparkle!

 

Arabella♥

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Arabella is a hot rose textured glitter polish.

 

Chita♥

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Chita is a forest green textured glitter polish that reminds me of a Christmas tree!

 

Tomoko♥

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Tomoko has to be my favorite out of this collection! It is a champagne silver textured polish with lots of sparkle!

 

For me, all of the six formulas were the same: they are glitter dust loaded in a bottle, it took only two to three coats to offer full coverage and they dried super quick! I waited for each coat to dry before adding the next. The nail polishes go on smooth and super easy. They also leveled out perfectly; I had no issue with the polish pulling or with bald spots!  If you don’t like the textured effect you can add a clear top coat and these polishes which transforms them into polishes with a ton of depth and sparkle!

 

IMPORTANT PixieDust Application:

Do not use a base coat or top coat.
Apply 1-3 (for full coverage) thin coats of polish. 
Allow product to dry completely in between layers for full effect.
The PixieDust textured formula may take up to 10 minutes to dry down completely matte. Once dry, the textured finish is long lasting,  matte and ultra-glittery!

 

Price:

$9.00 for a 15 ml bottle

 

Where to Purchase:

zoya.com

Use this link to make an account:

https://www.artofbeauty.com/rd/016638A3

You will get a free nail polish of your choice just for using my link, that you can use any time :).. add just two more polishes to your cart and you’ll get free shipping! ($16.00 for 3 polishes with free shipping) AMAZING!!!!!!

 

Check ZOYA out on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/ZoyaNailPolish

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What do you think of the new PixieDust Collection from Zoya?

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Comments
2 Responses to “Zoya PixieDust Collection for Fall 2013 swatches and review.”
  1. everysensory says:

    I love these, this was (and remains!) the first full collection that I’ve ever bought, and so glad I did. They look gorgeous on you! 🙂

  2. Vivienne says:

    Wow!! Those are really pretty!!

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