Zoya Ginni Swatches & Review

Hey Lovelies!,

How goes it? Honestly, this weather just makes me not want to do anything at all. It has been raining all day, the skies are grey and I just want to sleep. That's all lol. Unfortunately, I have things that need to be done so I can't sleep yet lol. This evening I have another swatch to share with you. This time it's one of my +Zoya Nail Polish untried pixiedust polishes. See more after the jump! 

Zoya Ginni

Ginni
Zoya Ginni

Ginni is a tourmaline pink jelly with holographic hex glitters in various sizes from the 2014 Magical Pixie Collection. This polish did have a very sheer application but there was great glitter payoff with each brushstroke, and the polish did have a good drying time approximately 2-3 minutes in between coats. Ginni did dry to a textured finish (which is expected) built nicely and did have good coverage. Also, I did notice slight vnl after three coats. Shown is three thin coats with no top coat.

Zoya Ginni

Zoya Ginni

Zoya Ginni

Zoya Ginni



Do you own Ginni? Have you ever tried any polishes from the PixieDust line? Until next time! 
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12 comments

  1. Beautiful swatches! This ones far too chunky for my nails, but I wear it as a pedi color all the time.

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  2. Lovely pictures! Gini looks great on you.

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  3. lacquerexpressionJanuary 27, 2017 5:47 PM

    I own this polish and didn't realize how much I love it until now that I see it on you!

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  4. Thanks Tiffany! Ooohh I bet it would look great as a pedi.

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  5. I'm kinda glad they moved away from the Magical Pixies. I much prefer the regular version.

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  6. This looks gorgeous on you, such a pretty colour x

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  7. I know a lot of people don't too much fancy the Magical Pixies.

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  8. So so lovely, I love all of your swatches but that macro is especially beautiful!

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