Provided for review*
I got the whole Zoya Delight spring collection for review and I'm going to share my swatches of all the six polishes with you next week, but before that I thought I'd share with you a quick nail art look that I did with four polishes from the collection. All the six polishes looked really delicious and spring-like together, so I wanted to combine at least some of them to a quick nail art look.
I used two coats of light blue creme called Lillian as my base color. Then I added just some simple dotting tool flowers using flowery pink creme Eden and soft lavender shimmer Leslie for the petals and blue shimmer Rayne for the center of the flowers. I thought this mani would look really good matte, so as a final step I added a coat of Cirque Colors Matte Look on top of all nails.
I really liked this simple look and I thought it really did look pretty great matte! The mani was certainly appropriate for spring and all the colors worked really well together.
Of course I also wanted to show you the shiny version of this look, so here it is:
It looks great either way, but I prefered the matte version. Like I said, this was just a quick and simple look, but still I really liked this mani very much. This also got me to a serious spring mood, so please spring, would you come already!?
Products used for this manicure
Base coat: Sally Hansen 18K Gold Hardener and Zoya Anchor
Polishes: Zoya Lillian, Eden, Leslie, Rayne
Top coat: Zoya Armor and Cirque Colors Matte Look
decorations: dotting tool