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Zoya Jelly Brites Nail Polish Swatches: A Glossy Sheer Nail Polish Collection

Zoya has created 3 new Jelly nail polish colors called the Jelly Brites. 
zoya jelly brites
This collection is a special edition for 2018. Zoya's Jelly finish formula is a super shiny buildable translucent nail polish. 
zoya alia and purple petunias
The polishes are sheer but have a nice dose of bright color. You can wear them as a sheer color or build them up to a solid glossy color. I like to wear them with 4 coats for solid super shiny color. 
purple wave petunias
The beautiful Jelly Brites colors happened to coordinate perfectly with the purple wave petunias in my the planters on my deck. So you know where my photo shoot took place...on the deck in the beautiful late afternoon daylight!
bee on purple wave petunia
A bee joined me during my Jelly Brites photo shoot and was getting nectar from my purple wave petunias in a curious way that had me fascinated. It was going to the base of the flower on the outside of the flower where the flower meets the stem. 
bee getting nectar form petunia
I never saw a bee do that before. Interesting. Anyway.....

I will show you how the polish looks as the coats build up. Index finger is one coat. Middle finger is 2 coats. Ring finger is 3 coats. Pinky is 4 coats. There was no base or top coat used in these photos. Here are the bright and pretty Jelly Brites:

Molly is a translucent pinky red.
zoya molly
Here is Molly closeup. So glossy!
Zoya molly

Paris is a translucent fuchsia.
zoya paris
Paris is also super glossy closeup!
zoya paris

Alia is a translucent plum. 
zoya alia
Here is a glossy closeup of Alia!
zoya alia closeup
There they are in all of their glossy gorgeousness!

See the Zoya Kisses Pastel Jelly Collection

As always, these Zoya nail polishes are vegan and 10 free, which means they are free of the ingredients formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, camphor, TPHP, parabens, xylene, ethyl tosylamide and lead.

You can find Zoya Nail Polish at salons, spas, and Amazon for $10 each. The Jelly Brites Collection is available as a trio and comes packaged in a gorgeous white box! Love it!
Have a Beautiful Day!
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