Friday, October 26, 2012

Zoya Ornate Winter/Holiday 2012 Review!

Hi dear readers!
I'm so excited for today's post, I have the new Zoya Ornate Collection to show you! Zoya's Ornate Nail Polish Collection this year is a combination of six beautiful shimmering/bar glitter and holographic finish, The colors are stunning, in jewel tone colors and special effect pigments. I was lucky enough to receive the whole set for review, so without a further wait here are the swatches of all 6 amazing colors for the Holiday/Winter season!

                                                               For each swatch, I applied two coat.
Let's begin with Aurora a gorgeous plum purple with scattered holo jelly. This one is beautiful.

Next is Storm a black scattered holo jelly full of holographic glitter. It's amazing! reminds me of the galaxy.

Blaze is medium mulberry red with micro fine diamond holographic glitter.

Logan is a metallic evergreen foil with gold shimmer.

Ziv is a metallic gold foil with silver flecks glitter.

Electra is a clear base with micro fine diamond holographic glitter mixed with large silver bar tinsel.

Overall, I have nothing negative to say about this collection, If I had to pick favorites they would be Aurora, Storm, and Blaze this colors are just too good to be true!

What are your thoughts of this collection? Which of these colors are you most excited about?

Aren’t these beautiful?

The Zoya Ornate Collection is available now from The set retails for $48 and each individual color for $8.

Products in this post were provided by the company for an honest review.


  1. Amazing swatches!! I just ordered the set. Can't wait to receive them!

    1. Thank you very much! You are going to love them ♥

  2. Beautiful swatches! I love the first three holo glitters!

  3. I was just wondering if Logan and storm stained. They look like they would love to change my fingers a different color!

  4. Thanks for the great pics! Question: how many coats of Electra did you apply to get such even coverage? Is it chunky enough to be glitter-opaque with just the usual 2-3 coats?

    1. Thank you : ) I did two coats here you don't really need three coats to get it opaque!