When I saw the initial press for Zoya’s fall collections, I knew that Ignite would have my heart. Ever since Sparkle from summer 2010, I have been excited every time Zoya rolled out a similar collection with the complex mix of glass flecks and foil. Along with the sparkles, Zoya also released accompanying complementary cremes.
I had a bit of difficulty applying most of the Entice collection…most were a bit thick and took 3 coats for opacity. The best performer was Ryan, which was a very pigmented (read: staining warning) 2-coater.
Claire (three coats) “warm, rich burgundy”
Genevieve (three coats) “cool leather grey”
Margo (three coats) “modern red plum”
Nyssa (three coats) “milk chocolate brown”
Ryan (two coats) “classic indigo”
Veronica (three coats) “brilliant red wine”
The application of the Ignite collection was easier and smoother than Entice, but they’re a bit sheer so three coats are needed.
Autumn (three coats) “varnished copper liquid metal”
India (three coats) “deep, luxurious red with a gold metallic shimmer”
Remy (three coats) “brilliant indigo with copper and gold liquid metallic”
Sansa (three coats) “deep eggplant with a gold metallic sparkle”
Teigen (three coats) “pink toned cranberry with a copper liquid metal”
Yuna (three coats) “warm grey with copper and gold liquid metal”
Since many of the colors are complementary, the layering combinations have a more subtle yet sparkling effect. All are one coat over their respective Entice bases.
Autumn over Nyssa
India over Margo
Remy over Ryan
Sansa over Claire
Teigen over Veronica
Yuna over Genevieve
Overall, Entice and Ignite are my favorites for fall 2014. Can you believe it’s almost the holiday season?! Time sure is flying, so stay tuned for holiday collections!
Zoya Nail Polishes are available for $9 (US) on Zoya.com and at finer salons and spas.