Sunday, July 29, 2012

Zoya Diva Collection

Charlotte Russe, Asos, Pierre Hardy, Christian Louboutin


Hey dolls! Today I have the final fall 2012 offering from Zoya, the Diva collection. This collection consists of several different finishes including shimmers, glass flecks, metallics, and frosts in an assortment of jewel tones.

Elisa is described as a bright shining medium crimson red with subtle gold shimmer and a glowing metallic finish. The formula was very easy to use and Elisa was opaque in two coats. Red lovers will enjoy this shade.
Song is described as a bold, vibrant medium primary blue with silver and blue glittery metallic sparkle. It's filled with glass flecks and is definitely what I would consider to be a year-round blue. There were no issues with the formula and it was opaque in two coats.
Ray is a dark, blackened pine green with smooth, delicate silver and green frost shimmer. This is the only color from the collection that fell flat for me. I wish it was a little more vibrant like the rest of the polishes. Two coats were used in the photos below.
Suri is a medium blue-tones purple with delicate red and blue shimmer and smooth metallic finish. The flashes of red and blue in Suri are absolutely gorgeous in person. Two coats were used for opacity.
Daul is a medium red-toned purple base with heavy purple and gold iridescent metallic sparkle. This description is on point; the gold shimmer is extremely heavy! The formula was thinner than the previous colors, but not problematic. Three coats were used in the photos below.
FeiFei is the most complex shade in the collection. It is a medium steel blue base with heavy gold, blue, and pink iridescent metallic sparkle. Upon applying this polish, I kept saying out loud how gorgeous it was. Three coats were used for opacity. Pictures do FeiFei no justice; you need to see this one in person.
Overall, I think this is a strong set of polishes. The Diva collection offers an assortment of colors and finishes that most could chose from. My favorites are FeiFei, Song, and Suri. I hope you all have enjoyed seeing all three Zoya fall 2012 collections. Zoya polishes can be purchased for $8.
For those who like to pin.
Which collection was your favorite from Zoya: Diva, Designer, or Gloss?

*Products in this post were provided by PR for review*


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Elisa and Suri are big time calling my name! I love a great red like Elisa. Reminds me of some of the great reds we use to see in holiday collections that I would wait all yr for them to come out (being the red lover I am) - but not to say I would only wear Suri at holiday. I wear my holiday reds pretty much yr round. My all time top 10 fav reds probably have half or more made up of holiday reds. Maybe all time fav is OPI's Dear Santa - but Elisa might be up there once I get 'her' into my hands.

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Gorgeous swatches! I just ordered Daul and FeiFei, but after seeing your swatches, I think I need to get Song as well. So pretty!

KayJay at Refined & Polished said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

You picked 2 good ones! I really like Song as well. The glass flecks make it stand out.

KayJay at Refined & Polished said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Elisa is definitely a classic red!

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