Polish Name: Beatrix (Textured Matte Glitter) by Zoya
Size: 15 mL
Collection: Summer Pixie Dust Collection
This product contains no added formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, formaldehyde resin or camphor.
About Zoya: Zoya has been awarded the longest wearing natural nail polish by Women's Health Magazine. Zoya is of superb quality making it loved and used regularly among spa professionals and consumers at home. Zoya's no-chip formula will leave your polish looking like new for days.
Application Instructions: For best results first apply a base coat to clean, bare nails. Then apply 2-3 coats of colored polish (depending on its consistency and thickness). For long lasting wear finish with a top coat.
Not TOO textured, a good thing!
This applied easier than I expected, and I got a decent amount of work-time with it. More gold-yellow-orange (as opposed to the brighter Dhara) and chocked full of orange-yellow-gold sparkles that shine through the matte base. Makes a nice ombre with Dhara & Chyna (also Pixie Dusts).
No issues here!
This is my second bottle from the Pixie Dust collection and it does not disappoint! Excellent coverage, very vibrant and fun colour. The gold sparkles really make it extra special. The polish applies like butter and is very forgiving. I cannot say enough good things about the Pixie Dusts.
said it B4, say it again
Fabulous, fantastic, ferocious! I cannot say enough about Zoya brand as a whole. Excellent product. Would definately recommend. PS to change it up a bit, use either Matte topcoat or Glossy topcoat. :)
Such a fresh summery look!
Beatrix is a really fresh tangerine colour with tons of golden shimmery sparkle. You won't stop looking at your hands - it's like instant nail-jewelry. This was my first textured polish ever and I love it. The formula was good. You can get away with two coats but I went for the third as well. Plus since you're supposed to skip the basecoat and topcoat I thought it was worthwhile getting a really saturated coverage. I'm excited to try the other pixie dusts now too but Beatrix is absolutely a colour I'll keep going back to - especially in the summer months.