What happens when you mash up two of this summer’s hottest nail trends: neons and matte glitters? You get an energizing burst of color from the new Salon Perfect® Neon Collision nail polish collection!
Today I have another super simple design (can you see a trend here?) I knew the three colors I wanted to use before I even knew what the design was! I chose Zoya Raven and Cho (I love black and nude together) and Zoya Kristi as a red accent. Then it just evolved into two leopard print accent nails and three nails striped in various widths.
As I was doing my manis over the last week using the polishes from the Zoya Ornate Collection, I was sure to capture a swatch of each one. I thought I’d combine them all into one bonus post. In addition to each photo, I’ve included the description from the Zoya site and a link to the mani I used it in.
A full coverage, cool-toned medium mulberry red with a high concentration of micro fine diamond holographic glitter. (see Iron (Wo)man)
Every time I think of Zoya Paloma….”My Sharona” plays in my head! Silly, I know. Paloma is one of three shades in Zoya’s 2012 Fall/Winter NYFW Gloss Collection. This polish is genius. A cool berry in a jelly finish. You can add it to almost any polish and it gives it a squishy, fuschia look. Today I have a jelly sandwich consisting of two coats of Paloma, one coat of Essie Luxe Effects A Cut Above and one final coat of Paloma.
Today I have a simple swatch of an untried, Zoya Burke. Burke was released as part of the Fall 2010 Wonderful Collection. Zoya describes it as a “soft, dusty light red mulberry with very subtle brick and mauve tones.” I can’t do much better than that. This is a great office red because it’s not an in-your-face-red. Very pretty. I couldn’t choose which picture I liked best so I included three of them!