Polish Name: Chyna (Textured Matte Glitter) by Zoya
Size: 15 mL
Collection: 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.
This is loaded with deep red, ruby, and what shines as almost magenta, sparkles and they shine through the matte base beautifully! Easier to work with than I expected, and looks fantastic both matte and with a glossy top coat.
Like Jessica Rabbits dress in a bottle
I saw this color on a friend and instantly knew I had to get it. I wondered why I didn't own it already. As it is a pixie dust it is textured matte glitter which is lovely as it is a deep glittering red like rubies. If you add a high shine top coat to it it turns into Jessica Rabbits dress on your nails. So beautiful.
I love this formula so much. I loved the colour and I loved the matte finish along with the sparkles. I really liked the way it turned out. And it dried super fast too, which I was relieved about, since I couldn't use my fast-drying top coat due to the matte finish. Definitely a fan of this formula! I will be buying more colours in this.
Not a fan
I hate giving a bad review, especially when I feel I am the lone duck. I wasn't digging the texture polish to begin with but decided to trust the blogger fans who have been raving about this collection. The color is beautiful, absolutely and the formula is fantastic, but I can't stand how the polish collects dirt and won't wash off. I found myself annoyed every time I looked down and saw my grubby nails. A top coat would correct this, but I have 4 other red glitters that are similar without the hassle of removing the texture polish (which is a pain btw). If you like the texture polish, well I think Zoya did it best this year, but just not my thing.