Zoya Magical Pixie Collection - Swatches & Review

Hi fellow nail polish lovers!!

I have the three polishes of the Zoya's Spring 2014 Holographic Pixie Dust Collection (Magical Pixie) to share with you today!


These polishes have Pixie Dust like the previous polishes, but also have holographic hex glitters in it.

Cosmo
Silver Crystal Sparkle

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Cosmo applied well and was opaque in two coats.  It was a bit on the thick side, but manageable.  Though these are the types of glitters that eat top coat, of course, I had to see how it would look.  Below, I added a coat of Nubar Diamont.

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I love the beauty of the holographic glitters that show up when I add the top coat.

Lux
Rose Quartz Sparkle 

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Lux wasn't as opaque as the other two polishes, but it applied well.  I actually think it can be used as a layering polish.  I used two coats above and with top coat below.

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Lux is a really pretty shade of pink.

Vega
Blue Opal Sparkle

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Vega was thick, like Cosmo, but it applied really well and was opaque in two coats.  I recommend waiting a couple minutes between coats.  I used two coats above and top coat below.

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The Magical Pixie collection is perfect for a true glitter lover.  For me, the holo glitters make it a bit much since it's already a textured polish.  I don't see myself wearing these as a full manicure.  I would use them for accent nails though.


What do you guys think of the Magical Pixie Collection?  Would you wear them as a full manicure?

The Zoya Magical Pixie Collection may be purchased online at www.zoya.com.

**Polishes sent for honest review**
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7 comments:

  1. Oooo, these are pretty! I think Vega is my favorite. I love glitter, so I'd rock these as a full mani but I can totally see what you mean about them being a bit much with the holo glitter on top of the existing sparkles. How was removal?

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    1. Glad you like them ;0). Removal was like with most chunky glitters. You'd definitely need the foil method or felt.

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  2. I was really excited for Cosmo when I saw the bottles but I agree it's a bit much... maybe for just an accent nail but I don't love any of them enough to go out and buy them... I'd rather have non textured holo glitters

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  3. These look amazing on you! Especially Cosmo, I think. ;)

    I would full mani the pants off these suckers because I'm a magpie with no sense of restraint, but they would definitely make an awesome accent nail too. ^_^

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  4. Beautiful swatches of these. I agree with you about using these as accents instead :D

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