Zoya- Bar

Zoya Magical Pixie Dust BarHappy Labor Day! I was wandering around Ulta Saturday (shocking), looking for a back to school treat for myself and I kept looking at Zoya’s Summer 2014 Magical PixieDust display.  I went back and forth between Bar and Ginni. Bar appealed to my love of the beach – it instantly reminded me of impossibly sparkly sand. I figured, what better way to send off summer in style than with a beautiful & sparkly summer polish?

I’ve tried and loved Zoya’s PixieDust polishes; NYX is THE polish that completely changed my attitude about textured polish. Bar is my first Magical PixieDust – it’s a warm nude polish with a sprinkling of holographic dust and large glitter. The effect is breathtaking.

A glittery nude topaz
A glittery nude topaz

Application was  typical for a textured polish.: It’s best to build up your look using several thin coats. I used 3 coats for Bar and I’m really happy with the finished look. It dried to a matte finish quite quickly. I really love contrast of the matte texture with the pops of holographic glitter. Bar is the most textured polish I’ve come across. If you’re on the fence already about textured polishes, this may not be the line for you. Lucky for me, I don’t mind at all!

Zoya’s Magical PixieDust polishes retail for $10. You can also pick up the Summer Trio for $30 over on ZOYA.com.

Make sure to take a peak below & enjoy your Labor Day!

Katie Signature Purple

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Zoya Magical Pixie Dust Bar

Zoya Magical PixieDust Bar

Zoya - Bar

Zoya - Bar

 

 

9 thoughts on “Zoya- Bar

  1. Beautiful shade and glitter effects – pity about the texture, I would have to apply a whole bottle of top coat over it. 🙂

  2. I love this! But it really doesn’t feel super textured in my opinion . I love textured polishes tho. I’m so lucky I follow you ladies, otherwise this beauty never would’ve made it to my collection!

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