Zoya Party Girls collection

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Today I have the Zoya Party Girls collection to show you. I had a lot of problems with photographing this collection due to my work hours and even though I got a new light box it just seems like I couldn't get the hang of it. So...apologies for that! But I think I rallied and got them pretty accurate and there are also some live swatch shots on my youtube channel and of course lots of pictures on my Instagram as well. There is one color not included in these swatches and that is Nadia. She's a topper and GORGEOUS but I couldn't find a good way to show all her glory so that one will be coming soon but is not included for now. :P As usual the cremes are really great coverage. You can get away with one medium coat. The pearly ones I had the most issues with but that's standard of the formula which is why I tend to avoid that finish. The sparkly ones are pretty sheer but only Nadia was sheer enough to layer. Again you can see ALL of that on my YouTube channel! So here we go!



Kelsey by Zoya can be best described as a muted, cerise pink cream.


Tawny by Zoya can be best described as a deep, coppery rose sparkling metallic. This is two medium coats of Tawny. PLEASE catch the macro shots of her on my Instagram. She is a stunner!

Solstice by Zoya can be best described as a sparkling persimmon orange metallic.

Delaney by Zoya can be best described as a royal multichromatic (pewter, blue, purple, green), metallic flip. You can just barely see it in this picture but there is really a great shift on this one in person!

Ming by Zoya can be best described as a sexy midtone, scarlet red cream.

Fallon by Zoya can be best described as a refined pearl, midtone, violet magenta.

Landon by Zoya can be best described as a mysterious, deep aubergine cream.

Danielle by Zoya can be best described as a deep, dark periwinkle cream. I love that this one is neither blue nor purple but just right in between. A favorite of mine!

Blake by Zoya can be best described as a deep, refined pearl in sapphire blue. This one I had a little trouble with. This is two coats on the first two fingers and three on the last two. You can see how much brighter and sheerer it is on the first two fingers and how dark, shimmery, and opaque it is on the last two.


Isadora by Zoya can be best described as a rich, refined pearl in magenta plum.  Another one that gets darker and more opaque with more coats. I stopped at two on the index and ring finger. Three on the pinky and middle. 

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