Hang on, it’s almost spring. This is the thought the new Zoya Lovely spring 2013 nail polish collection encouraged. The label insists that beauty is a state of mind, a lovely state of mind actually and analyzing the six new soft shades the label is bringing soon to the market, we have to agree. The offerings for the early days of spring are divided between gorgeous metallics and subtle pastels.
The new alternatives have been designed for big names in the fashion industry. The first three nail polish shades were originally designed for Zang Toi while the last two were created for Peter Som for the spring/summer 2012 collection. Here are some of the new shade choices with fitting names which make us be even more impatient for the warm seasons’ arrival:
Piaf – fresh forsythia yellow metallicJulie – soft wisteria purple metallicGeiGei – blushing cherry blossom pink metallicNeely – earliest spring green creamBlu – lucky hyacinth blue creamJacqueline – perfect magnolia nude cream
These long-wearing tones are ideal for a stylish new season debut nail polish wise. Furthermore, as fans of the brand may already know, the label has eliminated toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and dibutyl phthalate (DBP) from its formulas to ensure beauty enthusiasts can embrace colorful adventures worry free. If these new tones seem tempting to indulge in, you’ll be glad to know you won’t have to wait too long to grab them. These beauties are set to be launched in January at zoya.com. The shipping will start from the very first day of the new year. Each bottle will retail for $8.
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