Blu - A perfect, light pastel blue with no hint of shimmer/glitter. It is quite thick and takes a while to dry, but very glossy even without a topcoat on.
Jacqueline (Originally designed for Peter Som/SS13) - Light pastel nude yellow. I love Jacqueline on my toes than on my fingers. It is very opaque and a great color to have if you don't like white, but want something a little more softer.
Piaf (Originally designed for Fashion Designer Zang Toi) - Light yellow with fine shimmer. It has a metallic finish and looks better with a topcoat. The shimmer is fine, not chunky, but tends to leave a couple of glittery particles around the nail bed. It isn't full on glitter, so it is quite easy to remove. Piaf is probably my favourite from the Lovely Collection. The formula is amazing, streak-free and dries super fast.
Gei Gei (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13) - Light pink with sliver shimmer. It is quite shimmery and a perfect girly shade of pink if you like such colors. Lovely, soft shade of pink for spring/summer.
Julie (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13) - Icy, shimmery Lilac Purple. The color is gorgeous and quite flattering against most skin tones. The shimmer in Julie isn't very obvious when compared to Gei Gei or Piaf. If you tend to like polishes form the purple/lilac family, Julie is a must have.
Overall, Lovely is a perfect spring collection, in my opinion and has the perfect mix of wearable pastels and soft colors. The cremes are a little thicker and more opaque than the metallics, formula wise. Piaf is my favourite from the Lovely Collection, followed by Julie and Blu!
Available soon online at zoya.com. Shipping begins January 2013.
Price : $8 each.
Zoya Nail Polishes are 5-free (Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Toluene, DBP and Camphor).
What are your thoughts on the Zoya Lovely Collection?
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