Zoya’s Summer 2012 Beach Collection – Part 2

***As I was saying last night about Zoya’s great promotions, they have announced what I think is their best of the year.  The Earth Day Exchange 2012 (click link for all the details), $4 per bottle plus shipping and you can send your old polishes back to them and they will dispose of them properly.  To order, please use my Zoya Share The Love Link and make sure while you are there to get your own.

Tonight, I am bringing you the second part of the new Beach Collection from Zoya.  There are two creams and one with a light shimmer.  Later this week you will get to see the Surf Collection, you won’t be disappointed!  You won’t have any doubts when you see the all of the Summer 2012 Collections as to which season they belong to, they to me scream the many Summers I spent at Myrtle Beach, SC with Family and Friends.  

First is Arizona, this color was surprising opaque at two coats, application was easy.  Oranges always scare me with my skin tone, but I was pleasantly surprised with how this one turned out.  It’s amazing in person, it was hard to capture on camera no matter what I tried.  This photo is the closest I could come to the true color.  Arizona is described as a softened bright citrus orange with a muted cream finish. 

Next is Tracie, she can be best described as a faded, yellow-toned pistachio green with a delicate silvery shimmer for a frosted pearl finish.   This was also a two-coater but a little harder to apply as I was trying to keep the vertical lines from showing.  I know this bothers some people, but as you know, I love my greens no matter what finish is.


Finally I have Wednesday for you.  Two easy, smooth coats and probably my favorite of the swatches tonight.  I can’t help but to giggle at the name as it reminds me of the Adams Family character.  She can be best described as a faded dirty medium turquoise with green undertone and an opaque cream finish. 


This concludes the Beach Collection, Part 1 can be found here:  Zoya Beach Collection – The Pinks.  You can purchase this collection on their website at Zoya.com, Ulta or in some salons.  The polishes retail for $8 each.  Follow Zoya on Facebook and learn about promotions and share your favorite Zoya manicures with other fans.  What do you think about the new collections so far?

*The polishes in this post were provided to me by the company for my honest and unbiased review.
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