Morning loves and Happy Easter. No fancy nail art for you today but I do have a lovely Spring collection to share with you. The Zoya Charming collection launched last month so you've likely seen it already, but if not and you haven't purchased them yet it's a great time to do so! Zoya is running their 2017 Earth Day Exchange! Simply trade in your unwanted polish of any brand for new BIG10Free Zoya polish! The minimum is 6 bottles, maximum is 48 bottles. Apply the code EARTHLUV at checkout for 50% off plus free shipping. Code works until 5/10. Zoya uses the honor system here so once you receive your order it's up to you to decide if you'll be sending in your unwanted polish or if you'll be donating them. So you can get the whole Charming collection for $30 (regularly $60 or $10 each)! Let's jump in and check out this collection so you can get your Earth Day Exchange order going.
Abby is a pastel lavender creme. Love this one so much! Another totally perfect shade for the Spring. No complaints about formula or application here. I used 2 coats, no topcoat.
Tina is a medium amethyst creme. Another great shade that'll be a nice transitional shade as we move into Summer. I like it's vibrancy compared to the rest of the collection. Great formula and application. 2 coats, no topcoat needed.
Lacey is a shimmery pale green. This one could be a bit sheer, but visible nail line is minimal. Plus how could you say no to this lovely shade! Nice formula, easy application. Not overly shimmery to make it frosty. 3 coats plus topcoat.
Amira is a shimmery pastel blue. Another beautiful shade, great for this time of year. The soft touch of shimmer makes it easy to wear. Nice formula and application. 3 coats plus topcoat.
Finally we have Millie, a shimmery violet shade. Like Tina, I think this is a great shade to have on hand for Spring and Summer manis! Nice formula, easy application. I used 3 coats and topcoat to finish.
I also have the new lipstick shade to share with you. This is Violette. It's an amethyst purple with the same hydrating, creamy formula as the current lipstick lineup. I really like this color, just not sure it likes me. I lean towards pink-brown and neutral shades, especially in the Spring. So a purple is out of my comfort zone. But I'll try to wear it with a coordinating outfit and see how that goes. Otherwise, no complaints about the formula. It was very creamy, easy to apply. No pulling on my lips to get it on and it covered evenly. And yes, you can laugh at the last picture of me looking less than happy wearing purple lipstick. Zoya lipsticks are $12.