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Holiday Nail Colors 2018: Zoya Jubilee Collection Swatches

The recent Zoya nail polish colors have been pretty, but there haven't been any unusual colors. The out of the ordinary always excites me, so when our beauty supply rep showed me the brochure for the Zoya Jubilee Holiday 2018 Nail Polish Collection, I got excited. In fact, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this collection! There are some great fun and funky colors in this holiday collection!
Zoya Jubilee Holiday 2018 Collection
The Jubliee Collection is full of jewel tone color and fun textures: foil, iredescent shimmer, pixie dust and even, leopard spots. There are 7 creams, 2 metallics, 2 PixieDust glitters, and 1 special effects topper. This collection is perfect for the upcoming holiday parties or to brighten up a cold, gray winter day. How fabulous would any of these colors look on your fingers and toes?

The Zoya Jubilee Holiday 2018 Collection

Zoya Astrid Jubilee Holiday 2018 collection
Astrid is a bright metallic gold foil finish. It's shiny and gorgeous!

Zoya Leigh Jubilee Holiday 2018 collection
Leigh is a sophisticated warm cream nude with a hint of peachy pink. 

Zoya Carson Jubilee Holiday 2018 collection
Carson is an elegant soft pink cream.

Zoya Taryn Jubilee Holiday 2018 collection
Taryn is a bright iridescent fuchsia with blue undertones. I'm in with love this happy jewel tone shade!

Zoya Maxine Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection
Maxine is a bright red cream. A perfect cheery Christmas red.

Zoya Allison Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection
Allison is a beautiful red plum cream. This one went right on my toes!

Zoya Cookie Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection

Cookie is a fabulous purple PixieDust glitter polish! PixieDust, if you aren't familiar, is sparkling glitter in a matte finish polish. No top coat is used with PixieDust.

Zoya Chiara Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection
Chiara is a rich grape cream. A delicious jewel tone!

Zoya Danica Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection
Danica is a deep teal cream. A modern take on Christmas green!

Zoya Juniper Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection
Juniper is another PixieDust finish polish in a sparkling teal.

Attention Philadelphia Eagles Fans!Zoya Danica Zoya Juniper
Philadelphia Eagles green Nail Polish
Danica and Juniper are the perfect Eagles green colors! Use Danica for a creamy finish. Use Juniper for a glitzy finish. Use them both for texture and shine! Go Eagles!

Zoya Kateri Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection
Kateri is a yummy dark, chocolate brown cream!

Leopard Spots Topper
Zoya Leopard Spots Topper Jubilee 2018 Holiday Collection
The Leopard Spots Topper is a matte black special effects topper to create the look of leopard spots. It's designed to be applied over any PixieDust shade, but I find you can get cool effects over any polish. Leopard Spots has a new wide brush that makes it easy to get perfect coverage.
Zoya Danica, Zoya Juniper, Zoya Leopard Spots Topper
How to Apply Zoya Leopard Spots

Step 1: Apply one coat of Zoya PixieDust to clean dry nails and allow it to dry completely.

Step 2: Apply a second coat of PixieDust and allow it to dry completely.

Step 3: Apply a thin layer of Leopard Spots over the PixieDust.

As it dries, the polish breaks up creating an animal print look. 

As always, Zoya is 10 free and not tested on animals. Zoya professional nail lacquer wears quite well on natural nails. It's our clients' favorite nail polish at the salon. Zoya is free of the harmful ingredients formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, camphor, TPHP, parabens, xylene, ethyl tosylamide and lead.

I just love this collection of fun colors and I know you will too!

You can find Zoya at salons, spas, and on my favorite Amazon. See me at Styling Point in Media, Pa. for a Natural Nail Zoya Manicure!

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Have a Beautiful & Colorful Day! 

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