October 20, 2014

[Press Release] Zoya Wishes Collection for Winter 2014!

Wishes really do come true with this magical new nail polish collection for Winter/Holiday 2014! Zoya Wishes** is a densely pigmented assortment featuring both traditional and Magical PixieDust formulas in coordinating color combinations that can be worn alone or combined into stunning combinations, no matter how you wear them, this collection delivers a fanciful way to celebrate the season!

NORI: Sapphire blue Magical PixieDust* with holographic hex glitter, perfect for any holiday festivity.

THEA: Deep amethyst Magical PixieDust* with an orchid flash, packed full of party-ready holographic hex glitter.

IMOGEN: Black crystal Magical PixieDust* with holographic hex glitter, just add an LBD and you’re off!

PRIM: Velvet blue metallic, with a full coverage, high-density pigment and buttery smooth application.

HAVEN: True holiday plum liquid metal with a thin vein of orchid for added brilliance.

WILLA: Full-coverage, onyx black cream.

* Zoya Magical PixieDust is textured, matte and sparkling. No base coat and top coat required.



$9 (US) Standard Colors
$10 (US)  - PixieDust Colors

Available in top salons, spas and on zoya.com

**BIG5FREE: Formula contains no formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene or camphor.

This is an interesting Winter collection! This is the first split, half-PixieDust / half-normal finish collection we've seen from Zoya, and it looks like maybe one or more are going to be the traditional PixieDust formulation, and the others will be the Magical finish? That's what the description says, anyway- although the individual polish descriptions call them all Magical PixieDusts so I guess we'll find out!

I'm excited to see this set in person, because you never can tell much from promo images, but I have to say that I'm a little disappointed that there are no scattered holos like in the last two Winter collections we've seen from Zoya.

What do you think?

1 comment:

  1. Out of the six, Imogen catches my eye the most. The rest are OK - the colors don't wow me. The blue metallic reminds of a darker Jo and the Thea looks like it could be a pumped-up Peyton. I wish I could see them in hand.