Pretty Jelly’s Rabbit Hole is a stunningly beautiful polish with a brownish-purple base and a red-violet shimmer that turns gold at extreme angles. It features large copper glitter, small gold glitter, and sparkly holographic glitter. From the other swatches we have seen this is a pretty sheer jelly, so we did 2 coats over Zoya’s Ivy as Ivy’s base is almost identical to Rabbit Hole’s jelly base:
From Mary ~ for your consideration: Zoya’s Happi from their Spring 2010 Reverie collection. This is a lovely soft pink duochrome with a golden shimmer. This says to me “Spring is here!” The consistency of the polish is watery, so it did take 3 coats for full opacity. There are several pics as Mom attempted to capture the shift in this as much as possible. A couple of the pics are slightly blurry but really caught the effect of the polish. Three coats plus top coat:
Magical Pixie Dust is (regular) Pixie Dust on steroids. Oh the sparkle Gods are with us on this one!
Ahhh, they finally arrived – Zoya’s Magical Pixie Dust Collection which has just been released for Spring 2014. We received a mini-bottle set of all three colors Cosmo (the silver), Vega (the blue), and Lux (the pink). If you have ever tried the regular Pixie Dust polishes then you are in for a blingy-bling treat. I found Vega to be thicker than the other two on application, so you are going to want to use thin coats. We used 2 coats for all three, no undies or top coat. I know these aren’t the great pics ever, but our camera was freaking out over all the sparkle.
From left to right: Vegas, Lux, and Cosmo
Shannon is wearing Lux on the left, and Mary is wearing both Vega and Cosmo (ring finger) on the right:
LUX . . .
Vega and Cosmo, wooooow:
The bling in these polishes are UN-REAL. Not really looking forward to when it’s time to remove haha!
Saw this fantastic gradient from The Base Coat on Instagram, immediately ordered these two colors, and did the same gradient! Zoya’s Pixie Dust is like a liquid sand. If you like textures, you will love these polishes. Both colors are really beautiful on their own and the colors are super-saturated, but in a gradient (and with 2 top coats to bring out the sparkly) they are really something special.
From Mary – for your consideration: Zoya Pixie Dust gradient:
And because mom loved it so much, we did the same manicure on her too!
And because we are matchy-matchy:
(Mary’s hand is on top, with the ring, Shannon’s is on the bottom)
Isn’t this just TOO DIE FOR!!!