October 18, 2018

Zoya Jubilee Collection Swatches & Review


Zoya Jubilee collection

Hello readers,
Today I have the Zoya Jubilee Collection to share with you. Along with the usual cremes and shimmers, this release brings back the PixieDust formula and introduces a new Leopard Spot Topper. Let's take a look at swatches.

Kateri

Zoya KateriZoya Jubilee

Kateri is a deep espresso brown creme. The formula was nicely pigmented and easy to work with taking two thin coats for full coverage. Photos show two coats of Kateri with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Kateri review

Zoya Kateri

Taryn

Zoya TarynZoya Jubilee

Taryin is a bright fuchsia with a violet pearl shimmer. The formula was easy to work with and most brush strokes disappeared as it dried. I used three coats here but it was so close after two that those with shorter nails or a less distinct nail line than me will likely find two is enough. Photos show three coats of Taryn with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Taryn review

Zoya Taryn

Allison

Zoya AllisonZoya Jubilee

Allison is a vibrant medium pink creme. The formula was easy to work with and took three coats for full coverage. Photos show three coats of Allison with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Allison review

Zoya Allison

Leigh

Zoya LeighZoya Jubilee

Leigh is a pale beige with peach undertones. The formula was a bit thick and I found it dragged if I didn't wait a little extra time between coats. Slightly thicker coats will be your friend with this one. Photos show two coats of Leigh with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Leigh review

Zoya Leigh

Danica

Zoya DanicaZoya Jubilee

Danica is a deep teal-leaning green creme. The formula was nicely pigmented and easy to apply taking two thin coats for full coverage. Photos show two coats of Danica with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Danica review

Zoya Danica

Cookie

Zoya CookieZoya Jubilee

Cookie is a medium purple textured polish with gold fleckes. The formula was exactly what I've come to expect from a PixieDust; two thin coats for full coverage. Photos show two coats of Cookie in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Cookie review

Zoya Cookie

Leopard Spot Topper

Zoya Leopard SpotZoya Jubilee

The Leopard Spots topper is a black crackle style polish that is meant to be used over textured PixieDust shades. I used it here over Cookie. Thinner coats lead to smaller spots (my index finger had this thinnest coat here). Make sure to apply quickly as this starts to dry and pull back into the spot shapes very quickly. Photos show one coat of Leopard Spot Topper over Cookie in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Leopard Spot review

Zoya Leopard Spot

Maxine

Zoya MaxineZoya Jubilee

Maxine is a bright cherry red creme. The formula was easy to work with taking three coats for full coverage. However, it was so close after two that those with shorter nails or a less distinct nail line than me may find two is enough. Photos show three coats of Maxine with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Maxine review

Zoya Maxine

Juniper

Zoya JuniperZoya Jubilee

Juniper is a deep teal textured polish with tiny silver and purple flecks. The formula was easy to work with taking two thin coats for full coverage. Photos show two coats of Juniper in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Juniper review

Zoya Juniper

Astrid

Zoya AstridZoya Jubilee

Astrid is a burnished gold flecked foiled shimmer. The formula was very easy to work with taking three thin coats for full coverage, though you may be able to get away with two. Photos show three coats of Astrid with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Astrid review

Zoya Astrid

Carson

Zoya CarsonZoya Jubilee

Carson is a pale muted pink creme. The formula was very pigmented and easy to work with. I used two coats here, but if you were careful you could make this a one-coater. Photos show two coats of Carson with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Carson review

Zoya Carson

Chiara

Zoya ChiaraZoya Jubilee

Chiara is a medium cool-toned purple creme. Another easy two coat formula. Photos show two coats of Chiara with one coat of Sephora X Shine XCEL top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Jubilee swatch

Zoya Chiara review

Zoya Chiara

Conclusion

My personal favorites from this release are Juniper, Astrid and Carson. The Leopard Spot Topper doesn't really fit with my personal style, but if you like the look, it's a really easy effects topper to work with. I'm also happy to see that there was a more varied colour palette in this release than in the Element and Sunshine collections which were very heavy on the pinks and reds. The Jubilee Collection is available now. You can find Zoya on


Happy polishing,

Michelle

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