I'm back with some eye-candies for you!!
I recently got hold of this Zoya Delight Collection, and I was ecstatic! I was so excited to show it to my daughter and do nail art with her. Well, as a mom, I feel safer to use 5-Free polish with my not-so-baby daughter, and Zoya offers this. Zoya is actually a brand that's known to be vegan-friendly, free of Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, and Camphor (Whew! That was a mouthful!). This is safe for women with sensitive skin and allergies. Oh, and also for pregnant women!
Now, most "vegan-friendly" polishes are safe but doesn't last more than a couple of days. I have tried Zoya and its extended wear formula makes it last up to a week on my nails. (Of course, a week on my nails is just accidental, busy-busy week.) But really, it does hold up to its claim.
I just recently found out that Eiskin Laboratories, Inc. is the exclusive distributor of Zoya Professional Nail Lacquers in the Philippines. It is great that salon owners and nail artists alike, can access the latest offers from them. They have their Zoya Philippines Facebook Page and ZoyaPH Instagram Account if you want to follow them to find out what's hot and new in the nail community.
Enough chatting and let me show you my swatches.
Zoya Leslie is a soft lavender with some soft metallic turquoise shimmer in it. I love that Leslie makes my nails look cleaner and whiter than the other colors from this collection. I stamped Born Pretty BP-20 image on it, using Models Own Chrome Mauve.
Zoya Rayne is a dewy blue with soft metallic turquoise shimmer in it. This color reminds me of the hot-right-now Cinderella dress. I stamped Born Pretty BP-08 image on it, using Models Own Chrome Pink.
Zoya Daisy is a lemon yellow with soft metallic turquoise shimmer in it. I don't usually go for this kind of yellows, but Daisy is a keeper! I stamped Born Pretty BP-02 image on it with a black stamping polish.
Zoya Tiana is a spring green creme that reminds me of, well, Tiana! :) I stamped Pueen SE04A on the accent, colored in with Eden, Daisy, Leslie and Lillian.
Zoya Lillian is a spring blue creme. I find that it's perfect as a base for any spring mani. I used the rest of the Delight Collection colors for the flowers to see if the colors would go well together, and it did!
These swatches were done in two coats for the cremes and Leslie, three coats for Rayne and Daisy. All of them were topped with Seche Vite.
Here's another look on all colors together:
If you knew me well, you'd know for sure that I like the cremes better. So my favorite color in this collection is---TIANA! Did you guess right? How about you? What did you like best?
P.S. I painted the Delight Collection skittles-swatch style on Z (my daughter) and she's been sporting her mani for 5 days now. She just refuses to pose for me. (IKR? Picture or it didn't happen!!)