Happy Monday! I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween weekend! While Covid is still in full swing in my area, we didn’t let that keep us from having a great night. We had a huge bonfire and watch the first two Resident Evil films projected on to the house. It was pretty much the perfect evening!
With Halloween over, I am also very ready to get in the holiday spirit. Covid will be making Thanksgiving and Christmas much different this year and I feel like decorating early will help keep my spirits up. I’m making plans for at-home celebrations and adding some new traditions. To kick off my early holiday spirit, I have the new Intriguing Collection by Zoya. Every year they release the most perfect holiday collections and this year was no exception. Today’s post is pretty picture heavy so let’s dive on in.
First up we have Nico which is described as a celadon-toned pearl with a touch of silver shimmer blended in. In my photos, I am wearing three thin coats of Nico by Zoya.
Next up we have Eunice. This shade is described as a chartreuse metallic green and I find it just perfect. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Eunice by Zoya.
Now to darken up a little. Regina can best be described as an alluring dark emerald green metallic. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Regina by Zoya.
This next shade was a surprising favorite for me. While I love blues, dark blues I tend to avoid but the sparkle in this one was amazing. Meredith can best be described as a twinkling midnight sapphire blue with an icy light blue shimmer. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Meredith by Zoya.
Next up we have Nisha, described as a deep royal blue-violet metallic. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Nisha by Zoya.
Now for a shift in shades. Koley is described as a ruby pink metallic and I think it is just perfect. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Koley by Zoya.
Next up we have Soko. This shade is described as a wintery Poinsettia red cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Soko by Zoya.
Now to darken up again. Beverly is described as a dark purple-toned red cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Beverly by Zoya.
Next up is another favorite of mine from the collection. Avi is described as a smoky greige cream with a hint of red-brown. This shade is so unique and perfect. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Avi by Zoya.
Next up we have Brett, described as a deep charcoal indigo cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Brett by Zoya.
Now for a shade that I was probably most excited about, a new PixieDust! I have all the PixieDust shades and the only textured polish I will wear. These always look beautiful textured or with a good glossy topcoat. Isti is described as a wintery steel blue, textured PixieDust with a pop of brilliant royal blue for added vibrancy. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Isti by Zoya.
And naturally I had to get a photo with a glossy top coat to show how the glitters in PixieDusts really pop!
Lastly, for the Intriguing Collection by Zoya, we have Lottie. This shade is described as a soft champagne pearl with a hint of glistening shimmer blended in. In my photos, I am wearing three coats of Lottie by Zoya.
So what do you guys think of the new Intriguing Collection by Zoya? I am loving the great mix of shades and finishes, certainly something for everyone this holiday season. The new Intriguing Collection is available on Zoya’s website and retails for just $10 a bottle. While there be sure to check out all the other great products Zoya has to offer.
Thank you so much for stopping by today and I am so excited so share more holiday inspired posts in the upcoming months!
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Intriguing is a great name for the collection. There are several I’d wear in a minute like Koley, Nisha and Meredith.
Name absolutely right! There are some ‘intriguing’ shades: Eunice and regina for me!
Kristi V BeginNails says
Loving the cremes. I saw a comparison of the Brett vs Sailor and I probably need them.both.