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How I Wore It: Zoya Bubbly

Monday, July 14, 2014nail a college drop out

Press Sample Summer is finally in full swing in Upstate NY--let it be known that the summer weather doesn't last very long--and I've got three easy ways to wear the Zoya Bubbly Collection.

The formula on all the of  the shades in this collection are same; easy to work with jellies. Most were two coaters, others were three.

I started with the combination of my three favs from this collection. From thumb to pinky the colors are Binx, Jesy, and Alma.

Binx is my favorite because, well, it's purple. Need I say more? Well, yeah. I should mention that it took three coats to reach this opacity. Three coats of purple flaky goodness.

Jesy, described by Zoya as a "fiery coral orange," reached the above opacity in two coats.

Alma, Alma, Alma, why couldn't there be a créme version of this in the Tickled Collection? Alma is a more yellow leaning orange jelly packed with flakies that reached the above opacity in two coats.

Generally I am not a pink fan, but I really do appreciate the way Harper looks on her own. Just look at her little cotton candy pink self. All stunning in two coats.

The combo of Muse and Stasi makes me think of a base for bomb subaquatic nail art.
Muse iswas two coats while Stasi is the only other three coater in the collection.

Press SampleEach lacquer in the Bubbly collection retails for $9 at

Dear Zoya,
Can you make a créme alternative to Alma. And maybe, just maybe, pretty please name it Briana?
K thanx.

Spot any must haves here?
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  1. I definitely need to pull these polishes out again! I agree with you, though – a cream of Alma would be great!


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