Zoya Fall Pixie Dust Collection Review

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Introducing 6 colors from Zoya’s Fall PixieDust 2013 Collection

Instead of reviewing 2 colors/day which was my original plan.. I decided to swatch and review the entire collection for you all in one post!

So here it is….

The best-selling, revolutionary matte, textured, sparkling Zoya PixieDust formula returns for Fall with six spot-on trend colors for the season.


ZP701 – Carter: Regal Purple.  Zoya PixieDust- Textured Matte Sparkle formula.

ZP699 – Chita: Emerald Forest Green.  Zoya PixieDust – Textured Matte Sparkle formula.

ZP698 – Tomoko: Glowing Champagne Silver.  Zoya PixieDust – Textured Matte Sparkle Metal* formula.

ZP700 – Sunshine: Van Gogh Navy Blue  Zoya PixieDust – Textured Matte Sparkle formula.

ZP702 – Arabella: Rich Fuchsia Pink.  Zoya PixieDust – Textured Matte Sparkle formula.

ZP703 – Dhara: Dazzling Coppery Orange.  Zoya PixieDust – Textured Matte Sparkle Metal* formula.

*foil twinkle


Overall Review of Zoya Fall Pixie Dust Collection:  ★★★★★

Chita ★★★★★

Emerald Green

Let me start off by saying that I’m not a huge fan of “green” nail polish, but once again… Zoya changed my opinion and I was pleasantly surprised by the gorgeous emerald shade after I polished my first nail!  I also really appreciate the quality of a good nail polish brush and every polish that Zoya makes comes with an amazing brush.  It seamlessly covers the nail with 2/3 strokes leaving an even and smooth appearance.  The color kept it’s vibrancy and sparkle throughout the weekend.  I really only needed 1 coat but I used 2 and achieved this look.  No base coat and no top coat.  I’m definitely hooked on the gorgeous emerald green textured polish!

Carter ★★★

Deep Purple

Carter casts a really pretty blue/violet hue.  Day or night this color really pops!  Definitely a FAB accent nail.. or if you feel like going bold… paint all 10 fingers this deep shade of Pixie Dust Purple!  I wish it had a bit more sparkle and a softer finish on the same lines as Sunshine.  Instead it’s a tad deeper and will give your nail a gritty, dark purple look.  As days past the color began to dull.  I used 2 coats without a base or top coat as per Zoya’s recommendations.

Arabella ★★

Fuchsia Pink

From looking at the bottle, I thought Arabella would be my favorite of the pixie dust colors.  But, I’d have to say I’m on the fence..  It casts a pretty pink/plum hue with a tinge of sparkle and textured finish.  On the down side the polish color seemed to dull as day’s went by.  Other than just my personal preference on the color, the polish glides on flawlessly.  I used 2 coats without a base or top coat.

Dhara ★★★★

Copper Orange

Another surprising bright color… Dhara packs a lot of punch.  It casts a very bright copper orange hue and has sparkles throughout!  I really like the way Dhara makes your nails look like sugared candies.  It’s vibrant and textural but without the harsh gritty appearance.  If you want to be daring and wear this color on all fingers or all toes it would really pop!!!  Only 1 coat needed for this pretty pixie dust orange.  As days past the color still held it’s sparkle.  No top coat or base coat needed.



Let me start by saying how much I LOVE this color Tomoko!  It’s soft and shimmery & glistens in the light.  I only needed 2 coats of this polish & no base or top coat.  Another sugar candied nail that will look great alone or as an accent nail.  I also love the combination of the white & blue.  It’s striking and just FAB!  As days past the color still held it’s sparkle!

If you were contemplating which color in the line up to get… I highly recommend Tomoko as my #1 Favorite Fall Pixie Dust Color!


Navy Blue

I was a little apprehensive to try out this color during the summer due to its deep shade.  After just 1 coat Sunshine turned into my #2 Favorite Pixie Dust Color!  Even with every stroke and you only need 1 coat of polish.  The color is vibrant and striking.  Completely wearable for all seasons .. it definitely brightened up my nails… no wonder they named it Sunshine!  As days past the color still held it’s sparkle.

Pick up your Pixie Dust Fall Colors Today!

Each Zoya Nail Polish Retails for $9 at www.zoya.com

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