Monday, December 11, 2017

ZOYA: Holiday 2017 Party Girls Collection Part II: Kelsey, Danielle, Delaney, Landon, Isadora, & Blake

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Zoya Holiday 2017 Party Girls Collection
(top) Kelsey, Danielle, Delaney
(bottom) Landon, Isadora, & Blake

Today, I have the 2nd part of the Party Girls Collection from Zoya for Holiday 2017! If you want to check out the first 6 polishes I reviewed, click here. This half of the collection consists mostly of purples, plus a pink and a blue. See them after the jump!
Zoya Kelsey

Kelsey is a "muted, cerise pink cream".  I'm not entirely sure why there's a bright pink in a Holiday collection, I'm perplexed by this selection. Like I said last post: Very versatile, year-round colors! It's a nice pink cream polish, nothing to write home about. I probably have a handful in my collection. I did 3 coats of Kelsey. Could have got away with 2 but I needed a 3rd to even it out. No dry time issues.

Zoya Danielle

Danielle is a "deep, dark periwinkle cream". I was pleasantly surprised that this was darker that it looked in the bottle. Honestly, I was expecting it to be more purple and was happy it was more blue on the nail. This is a very unique shade of periwinkle and I really like it! I did 2 coats of Danielle. No issues with this polish. Reminds me of a typical, awesome Zoya cream polish.

Zoya Delaney
Zoya Delaney

Up next is Delaney, a "royal multichromatic (pewter, blue, purple, green), metallic flip". I was sad this polish wasn't as shifty as it looked in the bottle. However, the subtle shift creates this cool kind of shadowy effect to it. I did 3 coats of Delaney. Application was nice and smooth. The formula was a little more streaky than I prefer, but it not too obvious. No issues with dry time.

Zoya Landon

 Zoya Landon is a "mysterious, deep aubergine cream". This reminds me of those super dark purple polishes that pop up during the Fall. It wasn't the shade of purple I was expecting from just looking at the bottle, but I wasn't disappointed at all. I love everything about this polish. 
Zoya Isadora
Zoya Isadora

Isadora is a shimmery "rich, refined pearl in magenta plum". Look and this dark and mysterious, magical purple polish! That is all. I did 2 coats of Isadora. It had an awesome, opaque formula for a shimmery polish. No issues with dry time.

Zoya Blake
Zoya Blake

Last but not least, Zoya Blake: "deep, refined pearl in sapphire blue". We start off with an unexpected Holiday polish and end with an unexpected Holiday polish. This is a super pretty blackened blue with magical gold shimmer - just look at the macro! I honestly wish it was a smidge brighter. I did 2 coats of Blake. It was a lot more opaque than I thought it was and it applied smoothy. Bonus points because it doesn't stain! :P

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My top polish picks from these 6 would be Isadora and Landon. I just can't get over those two purple polishes! I'll also have to choose Blake by default because it's unique. Again, loving the versatility of every polish in this collection. It's refreshing to not see a Holiday collection filled with gold, red, and glitter.

If you haven't liked Zoya on Facebook, you totally should. They're posting some great holiday deals you won't want to miss out on.

Happy Holo-days!
These items were sent for review. My opinions of the brand are my own and are not influenced in any way. Please read the disclaimer tab for more information about my reviews.

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