Zoya looks from New York Fashion Week

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I’d been waiting for a roundup of the Zoya nail polish looks from the most recent New York Fashion Week (NYFW).  And now they’re viewable in one spot.  Check out Zoya’s blog HERE.

But wait!  Save yourself time and read my summary!  You can thank me later!!

  • Naked Manicure
  • A pretty coral shade BUT IT’S CUSTOM SO YOU CAN’T HAVE IT
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • A light gray from 2011 called Dove
  • Naked Manicure
  • A beige and a very light blue
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • A pretty dark blue shimmer called Indigo… from 2007
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Another beige
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • Naked Manicure
  • An accent of silver Trixie…. another very old shade

There ya go!  Are you as thrilled as I am?  As in, NOT AT ALL???

Honestly, this is like giving a foodie a meal of Saltine crackers in white sauce.  And yes, this is possibly the most sarcastic post I’ve ever made.  Zoya, I love ya, but I plan to dream of your new winter Matte Velvets and think of naked nails no more.

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2 responses »

  1. With all of Zoya’s excited announcements about how they’d be working with this designer and that designer and that other designer over there yay!, I was expecting something more than ALL NAKED MANICURE ALL THE TIME. So. Very. Boring. I like NM, it’s nice for a quick clean look, but after NYFW I’m sick unto death of Naked Manicure.

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  2. Omigod, HAHAHA!!!!! I thought Butter London did weird things to their models’ nails, but at least they actually use colors. Lame, Zoya, LAME

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