Monday, July 19, 2010

Zoya Fall 2010 Wicked Collection

This past weekend in North Texas we had our first 100 degree weather day of the summer! Let me tell you, the word hot was an understatement. However, Zoya's Wicked collection had me longing for Fall and cooler temperatures when I opened the box to see these delicious autumn colors. The Wicked Collection is a set of 6 sparkling metallic shades that Zoya delivers on once again. 

Starting off with an unlikely contender for my 2nd favorite polish of the collection, Karina:

Yup, I said a red was my 2nd favorite polish of the whole collection. The heat must be getting to me! Karina is deep, sparkling red that is actually flattering on my skin tone. Most reds scare me off because they are either too bright or too vampy and "age" my hands. However, Karina is vibrant and I can see myself wearing this come fall.

You cant go wrong with a purple polish in my opinon. Julieane is the perfect shade of purple for fall with its dark purple base and golden shimmer.

Cheryl is bronze chocolatey goodness! This shade is the epitome of Fall and reminds me of leaves on the ground.

Carrie Ann is a red if I ever saw one. The most intense red of the whole collection, Carrie Anne holds no punches. Its like a ripe apple which is also synonymous with fall.

I have two aunts both named Kim and I bet this is a color they would wear. Kym is a mauve that has a perfect place in the Wicked Collection.

Zoya sure is wicked for making me love yet another green. As if Ivanka wasn't enough from the Sparkle collection, they've hit us yet again with yet another sparkling green that gets my vote for favorite polish of the collection. Edyta is a dazzling olive green (that looks gray in some light) with golden shimmer and a must have for Fall!

All swatches shown here are two coats with a top coat. They dry fairly quickly but I believe metallic polishes dry quicker than say, creme polishes anyway. I had no issues with application and of course just like the Sparkle collection these are easy to remove with regular old nail polish remover.

The Wicked collection can be ordered online on their website but I have also seen Zoya polishes at my local Whole Foods grocery store. If you don't want to order online or want the instant gratification of these beauties in you hands, its worth a try to call or check with Whole Foods if there's one close to you.

♥ Lachelle

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