The Zoya Reverie Collection includes:
Laney (ZP607) – moonlit silver metallic
Adina (ZP608) – duochrome violet metallic
Reece (ZP609) – gilded rose metallic
Happi (ZP610) – pink blush metallic
Gwin (ZP611) – sunny melon metallic
Lana (ZP612) – rich red metallic
The collection will be available in January 2010.
When MAC meets the lore and legend that is Lilly Pulitzer, you get a fabulous and funky fun new chapter: a bit of Mar-a-Lago, some well-to-do winky-wink, and a dash of retro-modern pop culture mayhem in prints and colours that make it hip to be in permanent happy land!
A collaboration that feels like the best tongue-in-chic resort retort, with all the wonderful prints and Key West colour combinations Lilly has done so beautifully since, well, forever!
Fly down to South Florida, with MAC in Lillyland!
168 Large Angled Contour Brush
For expert application of cheek contour. This brush is a large angled contour. The fibres form a buffed edge and are soft and firmly bundled.
239 Eye Shader Brush, $24.50
Soft and dense to shade or blend eye shadow or emollient-based products. This brush has a tapered, rounded edge with smooth, firm, fine fibres. It can be used to build intense colour on the eyelid.
Technakohl Liner, $14.50
Purple Dash: Intense aubergine
Graphblack: Rich graphic black
Resort Life: Off -white with pink pearl
Lush & Bright: Bright pink-yellow-coral with pink pearl
Preppy: Blue-pink with pink pearl
Shift to Pink: Light violet with silver pearl
Nail Lacquer, $12
Coconut Ice: Light yellow-peach-pink (Cream)
Steamy: Hot pink (Cream)
Paint Pot, $16.50
Bare Study: Soft beige with gold pearl (Frost)
Rubenesque: Golden peach with gold pearl (Frost)
Fresco Rose: Pink with matching pearl (Frost)
Pearlmatte Face Powder, $27
Pearlmatte Eye Shadow, $19.50
Cremeblend Blush, $18.50
So Sweet, So Easy: Light yellow-pink
Optimistic Orange: Bright coral
Joie-de -Vivre: Peachy coral
Florida: Bright fuschia
Available in North America on January 7, 2010 at all MAC locations and maccosmetics.com
. Available internationally in February 2010.
Spend $20 or more at zoya.com and receive six of Zoya‘s favorite green nail polishes…for FREE!
Zoya Tangy: unexpected metallic yellow/green
Zoya Envy: gleaming jade green with subtle shimmer
Zoya Midori: medium green shimmer
Zoya Irene: sparkling mossy green metallic with subtle sparkle finish
Zoya Suvi: rich emerald city metallic
Zoya Veruschka: matte gunmetal evergreen with shimmer
Code will activate on Thanksgiving (11/26/09) at 5 p.m. EST. So you will have plenty of time to gobble your turkey and then gobble up Zoya’s great greens too (who needs football anyway). Code will expire on Friday (11/27/09) at 5 p.m. EST. Use promo code GREENFRIDAY at checkout.
*Promo code valid online at zoya.com only. Offer valid in continental US only. Consumer orders only. Offer not valid in conjunction with other promotions, discounts or offers. One code per order. Allow 2 weeks for order processing.
Can’t go on television with busted looking nails, so I sharpened my self-manicure skillz using Zoya nail polish in Ki. This best-selling shade (can’t you see why?) is a super unique, duochrome plum with blue and green metallic hightlights.
I love that Ki has split personalities. In the light, it’s the irridescent purple described above. Otherwise, it’s this plummy gray that demands a second glance. Ki has taken its place among my polish faves.
My nails usually take a fortnight to dry, so I sped up the process with Qtica Half Time Polish Drying Accelorator. This product is a godsend! For some reason, I always wait ’til 11pm to paint my nails…and usually end up having to fall asleep on my back, with my hands carefully perched on my chest. Thanks to Qtica, my polish was dry and smudge-proof way before lights out.
Zoya Ki with flash
Zoya Ki without flash