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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Today's Nails - Zoya Lolly


This manicure was inspired by a comment in one of my recent posts.  Diana suggested topping a hot pink with gold glitter.  I thought that was a perfect idea, though, just like all my ideas of late, it didn't work out exactly as planned.

I applied a version of this manicure last night using Illamasqua Collide and Lippmann Boom Boom Pow.  Unfortunately, my bad luck with Collide continues and I could not get it to set.  It was still wet when I was ready to go to sleep, so rather than deal with sheet marks, I removed it.

Today, I wanted to reapply the look, but I was still wary of Collide.  I tried to find another hot pink, Julep Samantha, but it seems to be missing at the moment, so I went with Zoya Lolly, from their 2011 Mod Matte collection.  But the base color alone didn't quite work for me (it's not as neon as Collide), so I added 2 thin coats of Klean Color Chunky Candy Holo (bottle pic).  Chunky Candy Holo is such a unique glitter top coat.    It is small mutli-chrome glitter that shift from pink to orange to gold in a bright pink sheer base.  I then added a coat of my favorite glitter top coat, Lippmann Boom Boom Pow and topped the whole thing with Nubar Diamont.

Zoya Lolly is available from Zoya.com (and currently they have a B3G3 promotion with code SPRING3).

5 comments:

MariJo said...

This is a beautiful combo!!

Tess said...

Loveee!

Nails by Diana said...

How cool thank you for mentioning my name! :D :D
this combo came out looking great!
i love glitter!

shortwidenails said...

I love zoya promos!

Megan I am having difficulty reading the font on your website...would you consider changing the font? Just a suggestion. My eyes can't really focus on the words :(

Megan (A Polish Problem) said...

shortwidenails, thank you for letting me know. I thought I had reached a perfect mix of fonts, and I thought I had enlarged the text font enough so it was easily read, but if you are having trouble reading it, I'm sure many more are as well. So, I changed it. The new font isn't nearly as fun, but better to be boring and legible, than pretty and hard-to-read. :)

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