Springtime twist with Zoya
Zoya's Twist spring collection boasts two sensational pinks along with a blue that resembles the feathers of a blue jay. It is my new Indigo. I have already worn it for two manicures.
Jo is the blue shade. This is my go-to shade for spring. Zoya really delivers on their blues. They are always unique and stand out in the sea of offerings in the nail polish world. I can not really decide if it is more periwinkle or cornflower blue. One co-worker stated that it was a lavender blue with a dash of shimmer. I think this might be the most accurate and perfect description for the polish.
Lilac is going to be a huge shade for spring. I just fell in love with MAC's Lavender Whip lipstick. This is a nail polish version. Where Lavender Whip is a subtle lavender, Zoya's Malia is a rich and bright Wisteria. It is miles away from a Barney-vibe. This puts you in the mind of Easter and spring. Malia is a straight forward cream with no shimmer.
Moxie stood out to me because it did not seem to fit with the collection. It was more bold and intense. It is a serious gorgeous purplish red cream. Slightly reminds me of the inside of a Bing cherry. Like a flushed dark fleshy pink.
Every cloud has a silver lining....
Harley is a pale, pale, pale shimmery silver that is actually warm toned.
This collection has two pinks that are not a smidge alike. Barbie is a blue based bubblegum pink. Cassi is a light salmon pink with shimmer.
All the polishes require 2 coats. I found Barbie to be on the streaky side. I think it might do better with another layer of the polish. Lasting power was the same as always. No issues except the usual wear and tear at the tips due to computer work.
The set retails for $36. You can purchase individual polish for $6 at Art of Beauty.