Zoya Nail Polish – Pixie Dust #sponsored

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This Zoya nail polish post was made possible by a product provided for review.  This post contains affiliate links.  All opinions are mine and mine alone.

I love nail polish but I don’t love what some nail polishes have in them.  Zoya has a Big 5 Free Healthy Formula that does not contain formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, dibutyl phthalate or camphor. All Zoya nail polish shades are vegan friendly nail color.  They are the only brand created specifically for natural nails.

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Zoya Nail Polish

I love the selection from Zoya nail polish.  They have over 300 different shades plus seasonal color collections. You can find nail polish that is matte, textured, cream, sparkly and in every color of the rainbow. Pixie Dust is one of their summer 2013 nail polish collections.  It is made up of:

  • Liberty ZP681
  • Stevie ZP675
  • Miranda ZP682
  • Destiny ZP676
  • Beatrix ZP677
  • Solange ZP683
These colors are absolutely gorgeous and are definitely a great way to enjoy the summer.  Zoya nail polishes are not sold in discount stores or retail chains.  You can find them at fine salons, spas and resorts as well as online (see them on Amazon).

Zoya nail polish Stevie

I’m wearing two coats of Stevie in this photo.  I love the sparkle and the texture!

This Zoya nail polish post was made possible by a product provided for review.  This post contains affiliate links.  All opinions are mine and mine alone.

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3 thoughts on “Zoya Nail Polish – Pixie Dust #sponsored”

  1. Your fingernails look pretty! I like that color. Who would of known that you can put “Pixie Dust” on your fingernail, cool! I might just have to get this polish.
    Donna Harris

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