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Yay! We’ve all been anxiously awaiting the next collection from Zoya. This set of six transitional shades will be available for pre-order on 12/28/15. Experience color serenity with this muted and tranquil palette of transitional nail neutrals. I will be having swatches for you this coming week, so in the meantime let’s take a peek!
• Cala – ZP823: A soft nude with a kiss of warmth that will flatter most skin tones.
• April – ZP824: A light, rosy toned neutral that is a modern take on blush.
• Eastyn – ZP825: A subtle grayed grape that is more interesting than mauve and gives a modern alternative that is ever so wearable.
• Misty – ZP827: An easy to wear taupe that is an updated version of gray with just a touch of green to make it daring.
• Ireland – ZP826: A uniquely wearable green that is muted enough to make it subtle yet still interesting. This green is well-balanced between blue & yellow so it’s flattering on all skin tones.
• Lake – ZP828: A softened blue that gives the effect of serene water with just a hint of vibrancy to preserve its luminosity.
Here is April!
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Ahh, don’t you love seeing fresh spring flowers emerging from a long winter’s nap? Take a look at this fresh lavender shade with it’s delicate iridescence. I melted when I saw this one!
As I was saying, Karen really did come up with the perfect theme for her Spring collection in Garden of Eden. Soft pastels with a dash of iridescent glitter that transcends mere mortal creme polishes. The shades are named after gorgeous flowers and I’m especially excited that one was one of my favorite flowers, the Petunia! I love purple ones because they smell so good. I plant them every spring right outside my window. The fragrance is like perfume wafting through the air. No, these lacquers are not scented but they are sweet anyway!
Since this post is slightly graphic intensive and I’ve already gone over the basics, I’ll just go ahead and let you enjoy the rest of my images from the Garden of Eden. 😉
What follows is pretty and pink Sweet Pea and bashful lil Bluestar.
Get yours from Karen’s shop at Storenvy, link below and tell her I sent ya!
I love Springtime and thank you Karen Jo at Sincerely Polish for creating these gorgeous floral polishes in the Garden of Eden collection! I started out sampling beautiful minty green Shellflower. It’s got a faint smattering of iridescent microglitter, enough for that extra shine, but not so much as to change the creamy formula.
I tried to set the camera a bit out of focus on the macro shots to show you how pretty the iridescent glitters shine. Just the right amount.
The first coat goes on a bit thin, but by the second coat, and I used a thicker layer the second time around, fills in nicely. The same method was used on the Primrose shown in this blog. I’ll be posting a followup on the other three shades from this collection as soon as I locate my props! The other three will be Sweet Pea, Petunia and Bluestar.
Here is pale yellow Primrose.
Sigh, why is it I have such a hard time removing each polish when I have to go on to the next swatch?
They are so pretty, wait! I can paint my toes and leave them on a good long while. No way am I going to show you my feet. Take my word on that! 😉