Zoya Summertime Collection, Swatched and Reviewed

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection

The second part of the Zoya summer collections, Summertime is a collection of six, high-octane creams. No need for song and dance here, folks. These stunning crème finish polishes speak for themselves.

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection MiraMira

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Swatches Mira

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Sooki

Sooki

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Swatches Sooki
Zoya Sooki Swatch

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Tamsen

Tamsen

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Swatches Tamsen
Zoya Tamsen Swatch

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Breezi

Breezi

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Swatches Breezi
Zoya Breezi Swatch

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Keko

Kieko

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Swatches Kieko
Zoya Kieko Swatch

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Areej

Areej

Zoya Nail Polish Summertime Collection Swatches Areej
Zoya Areej Swatch

The Zoya Summertime polish is available right now, on Zoya.com. You know you want in on this bright summer polish action.

4 thoughts on “Zoya Summertime Collection, Swatched and Reviewed

  • April 14, 2011 at 2:17 am
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    Since this is a nail polish post, and since your nails always look perfect, I have a nail polish related question for you. 🙂 For some odd reason whenever I do my nails I get little bubbles once the polish dries on my nails. I can’t figure out why. I’ve eliminated the usual suspects – I don’t shake my polish bottles, the polish isn’t very old, it’s good quality, I use a base and topcoat, and I don’t use very thick coats. Any other ideas to help me track down this issue? It’s so irritating to put the time and effort into doing my nails, to have them look good only for the amount of time they take to dry. Thanks in advance for any suggestions 🙂

  • April 15, 2011 at 12:46 am
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    Ana, I do, too!

  • April 15, 2011 at 12:52 am
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    Hiya Bonnie! That is an excellent question. Do you let each coat dry completely before you apply the next. That is one of the common causes for bubbles. Apply thin coats, and make sure each one dries before you put on another. Also, avoid blowing on your nails after, or drafts. All of those can cause bubbles, eek!

    Report back and please let me know how it goes! 🙂

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