Today I have the Zoya Paradise Sun collection. It's made up of 5 metallic polishes and 1 creme shimmer. You can purchase this collection individually or as a set on Zoya.com
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Selene: a true teal with an aqua fleck that resembles deeper layers of ocean water. This is another one you have to see in person, as it has that fabulous blue green shift to it. Selene is my second favorite out of the Paradise Sun collection. Two coats, plus Seche Vite topcoat.
Isa: a deep blue-based purple with an aqua flash. Oh Isa... this color is a deep blurple which is really hard to photograph correctly. It's much more purply in person. Two coats, plus Seche Vite topcoat.
Mae: a warm magenta with a micronized metallic pearl finish. Not a particularly unique shade- but it's still pretty, and a great color for summer. This is two coats, plus Seche Vite topcoat.
Aphrodite: a vibrant summer red orange with a micronized pearl metallic finish. Yikes stripes! My camera freaked out a bit with how bright this color is. It's a got a gorgeous orange shimmer to it. It reminds me a lot of Zoya Destiny, but without the texture. Two coats, plus Seche Vite topcoat.
Genesis: a crystalline white with a micronized metallic pearl finish. I've read a bunch of reviews that rave over Zoya Genesis, but I don't like it. It's streaky on the first coat, the formula is thick, and it bubbles if you don't use a thin enough coat. I think it could be a good base for nail art... but on it's own, I dislike it. I think Genesis would have worked better if it was more like the metallic formula and less a cream.
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