Monday, September 15, 2014

Preppy in Zoya Ryan and Genevieve

(**Press Samples**)
 Hello my beauties and happy start of a new week. Today I want to share this preppy look I did using some of the new shades in the Zoya Entice collection for Fall 2014. I am so enjoying this Fall release from Zoya. The shades are so classically beautiful, and perfectly coordinated. The Entice collection by Zoya has done a great job of reminding me why it is that I LOVE Fall collections so very much. To find out more about this girly Fall look just keep on reading. 
 This look is full of nostalgia for me :D. These colors take me back to 2010, they remind me of the collection that was out at the time. Do you guys remember the Wonderful Collection by Zoya? That was the collection that started my love affair with Zoya. The Entice collection has so re- awakened those feelings for me!

 This look features Zoya Ryan  and Zoya Genevieve. The stamps came from Cheeky stamping plate, CH11. I used Konad White special polish to get crisp lines on such delicate patterns. I topped my nails off with some Seche Vite and followed it with a coat of INM Northern Lights. I can't recall where the sparkly bow charm came from, I wish I did. The charm was applied once my nails were completely dry, I used a drop of nail glue to apply them. I had no issues with wear at all.
Zoya Ryan- Zoya describes Ryan as a classic indigo in a flawless cream formula. I used Two effortless coats. This shade was originally released during NYFW for Timo Weiland's AW14 Collection. 
Zoya Genevieve- Zoya describes Genevieve as a cool leather grey in the flawless full-coverage cream formula. This is a really interesting shade as it has a hint of delicate, barely-there, shimmer. I used Three thin coats of this shade for a perfect graphite surface.
These two are just so classy and beautiful! What are your feelings on this latest offering from Zoya? 

Thanks for stopping by today beauties! 


  1. So pretty! Love that big bow stud too.

  2. This is a spectaculy manicure. The lines are absolutely perfect. One question though, is the masquerade mask annoying on your nail? I always want to do something fun like that but I know having the accent on my nail would drive me crazy because of how big it is. Does your accent ever annoy you?

  3. gorgeous as always Christina! xoxox Jazz Haas

  4. Honestly, nah. I think it is because of where I placed it. Had it been close to the free edge of the nail, it would have been annoying. But, I didn't even remember it was there most of the time :d


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