Zoya Pixie Dust Fall 2013 Collection Review!

Hi girls! I hope you've all had a great weekend! Mine was kind of busy, I was bored of my blog design so I spent most of my spare time working on some new features... Please tell me you like them LOL

Today I got the latest Zoya Pixie Dust collection to share with you. I love Pixie Dusts, they're definitely among my favorite matte textured colors so I was pretty excited to try them!

Dhara is a hot orange matte textured mixed  with gold glitter. Super vibrant in real life and totally breathtaking! Formula was stellar and an easy one-coater. This is one coat, no topcoat.

Arabella is a cool  fuchsia matte textured mixed with silver glitter. It's also a bold and intense color. Unfortunately it's not exactly my cup of tea but that's just personal preference, if you love blue toned pinks, there's no doubt you'll love this one ;-) Formulas was less pigmented here but a perfect 2 coater. Swatches without topcoat either.

Carter is a deep warm purple matte textured mixed with bright purple glitters. Just the kind of purples that never photographs correctly! My pictures are "almost" color-accurate but it's still warmer in real life, especially the bright glitter pieces, I LOVE it! Application was easy as a breeze and I used 2 coats, no topcoat.

Tomoko is a champagne matte textured with a somewhat metallic twist, somewhere between gold and silver, the best of both worlds, so insanely sparkly! Formula was much less pigmented than the other ones and required 3 thin coats for full opacity but I think it might work layered over darker colors, I definitely have to try that!

Chita is an emerald green matte textured mixed with gold glitter. I don't really know what to say apart from GET.IT.NOW!! haha... It's simply stunning and so unique! Formula was thicker but so pigmented that I only used one coat in the swatches below.

Sunshine is a dark blue matte textured with a muted blurple hue mixed with silver glitter. Another must-have! It looks completely appropriate for Fall but I'll definitely be wearing it all year long! Application was similar to Chita, thicker but easy to apply and a one-coater.

Overall :
I can't seem to get enough of this textured effect. Once again Zoya totally nailed the subject, releasing utterly sparkly, intense and unique colors. I'd have a really hard time picking a favorite and I just couldn't see myself without Dhara, Carter, Chita and Sunshine!

The Zoya Pixie Dust Fall collection is already available and retails for $9 each.

What do you think about these? Did you grab any of them already? Are you into the textured effect.


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