It’s another #ManiMonday and what better way to kick off the week than with a colorful mani, worthy of Rainbow Brite. The other day, when I shared the Zoya Bubbly collection, I mentioned how great they look layered over their Tickled collection counterparts. Well, what better way to show you than to wear them all together.
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Like fizzy lifting drinks, the multi-dimensional glitters in the Zoya Bubbly collection have an effervescence that will lift your spirits, if not your body. Six new semi-sheer sparklers that can be worn on their own or layered for added versatility.
That’s right, this stunning pink-based purple creme was named the Best Radiant Orchid Nail Polish by the All Lacquered Up readers. Congratulations to Zoya and thank you to everyone who voted.
I hope you enjoyed this year’s Pantone Color of the Year nail polish battle and I’m already looking forward to next year.
You can purchase the Radiant Orchid Madness Winner at Zoya.com for $9.
Did you know that nail polish is considered a hazardous material? That you can’t just throw it in the trash? If you don’t know how to properly dispose of your unwanted nail polish, let Zoya take care of it while you get some fun, new 5-Free colors to wear.
Once again, the brand is launching their Zoya Earth Day Nail Polish Exchange. What you get: 6-24 bottles of Zoya nail polish at 50% off (new Summer collections are excluded). What Zoya does: Dispose of the unwanted polish you ship them, according to EPA standards.
Not sure what colors to get? I could make a list a mile long but some standouts include Carter, Crystal, Dillon, Holly, Jo, Josie, Julieanne, Mason, Midori, Mimi, Moxie, Neve, Nyx, Rue, Robyn, Skylar, Song, Sunshine, Tomoko, Yara.
The texture nail polish train keeps rolling along and Zoya is on board with another Magical Pixie offering for Summer 2014. Three new shades of the famous Zoya PixieDust formula injected with holographic glitter particles to bring the bling in a major way. Are you ready for more sparkling sand polishes?
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