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I’ve got swatches of the Zoya Jubilee Holiday collection today, and yes, I know I’m so late on posting a holiday collection! December was crazy! And the last four weeks, my 10-month-old and I have been sick, back and forth. Ugh. But rest assured, these polishes didn’t become useless immediately after the clock struck midnight on January 1st, these beauties will take you through winter.
In my case, I’m currently sporting Allison on my toes – it’s a perfect winter pink for Florida’s year-round open-toe season!
Let’s just jump in…
Leigh is described by Zoya as “a perfect winter nude,” rich and warm creme with just a hint of pink to compliment any skin tone. Leigh definitely pulls more yellow on my skin tone, which has red undertones, than pink. It’s almost like a winter white on me. I like it! I used two coats.
Carson is described as a muted nude pink creme. It’s a great office-friendly nail polish. I show it here in two coats.
Kateri is described as a beautiful midnight brown creme. Can this brown be the new black? I love it. It’s the first I wore from the collection, and an instant fav. I wore it in two easy coats.
Astrid is described by Zoya as a liquid gold foil – wear as an accent or alone for optimum impact. It wasn’t sure this would become opaque, but it did. Three coats for longer nails might be warranted, but I used two for my shorties.
Juniper is described as a sparkling teal textured PixieDust shade. This was one of the first shades I wore – it goes perfect with the interesting topper in this collection (more on Leopard Spots Topper in a moment!). I used two coats of Juniper.
Leopard Spot Topper
Leopard Spot Topper is a new special effect topper – Zoya recommends layering it over any textured PixieDust shade for an edgy leopard effect. It’s sort of like crackle, but it does dry in a leopard spotty-kind of fashion. The first time I saw this over a PixieDust, I scoffed at it, thinking…I’d rather crackle over a creme polish. But then I tried it for myself and wore it a couple days. I really enjoyed the black and teal combo. I haven’t tried this over a creme, so I don’t know if the leopard spot effect is best over PixieDust’s textured formula or if it will translate to the glossy finish of a Zoya creme.
Cookie is a purple PixieDust with gold flecks – Zoya suggests using it as an accent or on its own for a textured matte look. I’ve been a huge fan of the PixieDust formula – it holds up well, and it dries quickly! I show it in two coats.
Chiara is described as a deep purple creme, and it is definitely a jewel-tone I couldn’t wait to get on my digits. I used two coats here, and when I wore it!
Taryn is described by Zoya as a fiery fuchsia micro-iridescent shimmer with blue undertones. I gravitate towards this fuchsia/blue/purple type of polish, it’s a shade I remember wearing as a kid – I specifically had a bottle of Revlon polish that looked similar! Anyway, the glow in this one is awesome. I used two coats here!
Allison is described as a plum-toned ruby creme – a more amped up version of a traditional plum shade. I can see it as a merry holiday shade, or as I am currently wearing it – as the perfect winter toe shade for Florida winter! I used two coats here and on my toes!
Maxine is described as a rich red creme with an evenly balanced undertone. The red has this hint of pink to it that I like. Zoya’s creme finish is truly divine, too. I used two coats here.
Danica is described as a rich deep teal creme. I love this one so much, it’s a great twist on the typical pine/forest green we see for the holidays. You can see why this collection is winter as much as it is holiday – I love it. I used two coats.
The Jubilee collection is available through the Zoya website here individually for $10 or as six-piece sets for $60 each. Right now, Zoya has a special – get any four polishes free, just pay a $15 promotional shipping fee. Use the code HUE19!
What do you think of Jubilee? Did you pick any up? Are you going to take advantage of the promotion?!
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