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My First Time w/ Zoya Pixie DustsWednesday, October 16, 2013Nail A College Drop Out
Nothing To Disclose Okay folks, time to admit that I'm pretty much one of the last people to actively try new tends in nail lacquer. Don't believe me? I just bought my first magnetic polish two months ago.
But now I'm getting beside the point. The actual point of today's post is that these are my first Zoya Pixie Dust shades! As some of you may know, Zoya usually (and by usually I mean all the time) has really good sales on they're site. But I get the majority of my Zoyas on clearance for $2.99 at Lengths! Yes, this does include the two Pixie Dust shades I'm featuring today!
Zoya London | China Glaze Glistening Snow | Zoya Dahlia
I started off with a base color of China Glaze Glistening Snow. I then applied a layer of quick dry top coat and once that dried I placed some striping tape to some somewhat of a argyle pattern.
Now for the main attraction!
Zoya says the Pixie Dust shade are long wearing and chip resistant without the use of top coat. And I've got to agree! I was highly skeptical of this claim but even after a single day of wear it still looked like I just finished these nails! Which, for me, is highly unlikely without a top coat.
Out of the few brands of texture polish I own, the Zoya Pixie Dusts are my favorite for sure. Not too rough, but certainly not too smooth.
Nothing To Disclose Have you jumped on the Zoya Pixie Dust train?
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