January 22, 2018

Zoya Kisses Pastel Jellies Swatches & Review


Zoya Pastel Jelles collection

Hello readers,
Today I have the Zoya Kisses Pastel Jellies to share with you. This collection features three new shiny jelly shades along with a coordinating shimmery topper. Let's take a look at swatches.

Princess

Zoya PrincessZoya Kisses Pastel Jellies

Princess is a vibrant medium pink jelly. The formula was easy to work with though a tad sheer. I used three coats here and my nail line does still show through a little bit. This dries nice and shiny on it's own. Photos show three coats of Princess in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Kisses Pastel Jellies swatch

Zoya Princess review

Zoya Princess

Libby

Zoya LibbyZoya Kisses Pastel Jellies

Libby is a lilac purple jelly. Like Princess, the formula was easy to work with though a bit sheer. I got 95% coverage with three coats. In some lighting it does look opaque, but in others my nail line still shows through. This dries nice and shiny so you can skip the topcoat if you want. Photos show three coats of Libby in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Kisses Pastel Jellies swatch

Zoya Libby review

Zoya Libby

Vickie

Zoya VickieZoya Party Girls

Vickie is a greyed out purple jelly. The formula was very similar to the Princess and Libby; three coats gets you close but not quite full coverage with a nice shiny finish. Photos show three coats of Vickie in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Kisses Pastel Jellies swatch

Zoya Vickie review

Zoya Vickie

Leia

Zoya LeiaZoya Party Girls

Leia was originally released as part of the Spring 2016 Petals Collection, but was re-released as an coordinating shade with this jelly set. This shade features a mix of fuchsia, green and gold flecks in a clear base. I used a single coat as a topper here over Princess, Libby and Vickie respectively. Photos were taken in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Kisses Pastel Jellies swatch

Zoya Leia review

Zoya Leia

Conclusion

My personal favorite of the jelly trio is Vickie. I really like my muted purples. I do wish that these were just a tiny bit more pigmented though so that I could fully cover up my nail line. If you have shorter nails or a less distinct nail line, you'll likely be able to get full coverage with a super squishy finish. You can find Zoya on


Happy polishing,

Michelle

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