Zoya: Hypnotic Holiday & Y2K 2022 collections

 **gifted in exchange for my honest review**

Hello my lovely fairies! 

Welcome back to another blog post today we have Zoya’s most recent release their holiday trios. These consist three bright shimmery polishes and three dark sultry polishes. These are perfect for this time of year and will definitely be good going into the New Year with the darker colours so let’s take a closer look…

These recent Zoya releases are great for this time of year. Some nice brights for Christmas, and some darker duo chromes for the New Year and those wintery months ahead. All of the polishes come in 15 mil bottles and I have use the Z wide brush for application. So let’s start things off with the hypnotic holidays trio.


Metora: is a deep boysenberry jam colour with a shimmering metallic finish, swatch is 2 coats, plus a glossy top coat. This is a beautiful deep red colour and is perfect for a New Year’s party, enjoying a nice glass of wine or champagne.


Rosalind: a darkened sugar plum purple base, with a blueberry shimmer that stands out in the sunlight, swatch is 3 coats, plus a glossy top coat. This is another beautiful dark colour to wear for those winter months i’m still gives you that light blue shimmer shining through.


Clarice: a dark emerald green metallic, with a gorgeous green bright shimmer, swatch is 2 coats plus a glossy top coat. This reminds me of a gorgeous forest green, perfect going into the New Year. 

Then we have the Y2K trio. These are three beautiful bright shimmery polishes. Perfect for those who like a bright Christmassy nail. So let’s have a look at these pretty polishes.


Malana: a bubblegum, pink jelly base filled with holographic hex glitters and a blue shimmer, swatch is 3 coats plus a glossy top coat. If you are a fan of bubblegum pink spend, this is definitely one you should try.


Sparrow: is a light cyan blue jelly base with those silver holographic hex glitters and a bright blue shimmer, swatch is 2 coats plus a glossy top coat. This is a stunning blue polish to wear over the winter and reminds me of those crisp winter mornings.


Tamiah: is a tart grape jelly base with those pretty holographic hex glitters and a nice blue flash, swatch is 3 coats plus a glossy top coat. Again, this is a gorgeous bright shade to wear over the holidays and that blue flash really makes it pop off the nail. 

Overall application was fantastic with both collections and there is definitely something for everyone with both of these trios. I didn’t have any issues with staining with removal or pooling into my cuticles. Whether you are a person who loves to wear those gorgeous brights over the holidays or steer more to those sultry dark colours over the winter. These are the polishes for you!

Each polish is available now from www.zoya.com each polish is priced at $12, these come with the basic thinner brush, or you can buy the Z wide brush for $2. I do find application much quicker and easier using the wider brush but the thin one will work as well it depends on your personal preference. 

I hope you have enjoyed today’s post and a huge, thank you once again to Zoya for sending me these polishes to review for you all. I would love to know which of these you are going to pick up, let me know down in the comments. 

Schools have now broken up for the holidays, so I am hoping to get a few more Christmassy posts up before the big day, I also might post a big Christmas collage with all the mail that I have done over the past month. Stay safe my lovelies and I’ll see you back here soon with some more nail goodies to share.

Coming soon: Simply Polished Christmas plate


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