Monday, July 28, 2014

Zoya Bubbly Bubbles Nail Art

(**Press Samples**)
 The color drop decal obsession continues!! Seriously, I just cannot get enough of this method and the endless possibilities  it brings (and the part where I can get equally awesome swirls, with ease, on both hands!). The Zoya Bubbly collection polishes were simply a perfect choice for this look! I think they look a bit like stained glass, or maybe sparkly jelly fish. More after the jump.

 For these decals I decided not to swirl my drops. I wanted a random "blobby bubbles" look to the decals. I did everything else in the same way demonstrated in my color drops tutorial. I only skipped the part when I swirl my drops. I layered my Bubbly decals over a base of Zoya Raven. The bubbles practically jump off my nails. The black base made the sparkles and colors pop so much.
Colors used: 
Zoya Raven
Zoya Stassi- glittery gilded citron green. 
Zoya Alma- glittery gilded peach (shows as more yellow in this manicure). 
Zoya Jessi- glittery gilded tangerine. 
Zoya Muse- glittery gilded blue/teal (holding in photos). If you loved Zoya Charla, you might want to check out this shade. She is an even sparklier version of the Zoya classic. 
Zoya Binx- sparkling gilded raspberry.
Zoya Harper- sparkling gilded bubblegum pink. 

 I love the shades in the Zoya Bubbly collection. They remind me of well- loved Zoya colors, but with a much sparklier disposition. If you were a fan of the beautiful shimmers from the Zoya Sunshine collection, then you will probably enjoy the Bubbly collection shades as well. I really love how they look when used with this method. 

 I'd have to say my faves from the Bubbly collection are Harper, Muse and Stassi. In the future I would love to see a beautiful shade of purple in a similar concept. I think that would be beautiful! I really adore this collection, and its playful theme. They really do have a "bubbly" quality about them thanks to all that beautiful and delicate glitter. 

Which were your favorite Zoya Bubbly collection shades?

6 comments:

  1. I really got to give this technique a try! Loving all of the nails you've been doing with it too.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love the blog's new look! Beautiful nails as always!

    ReplyDelete
  3. These are really cool looking. They're different and I like it!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Martha 10NiceNailsJuly 29, 2014 at 11:10 AM

    Gorgeous!

    ReplyDelete
  5. This looks like little jewels sprinkled over your nails :D!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I agree! When I first saw it I was thinking gemstones :)

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for taking your time to comment! I read each and every single one!!
♥ Please be respectful and DO NOT post links in comments. Comments with links will not be published. If you would like me to check out your site send me an email to cristina@letthemhavepolish.com please. Comments with LINKS will NOT be published. ♥