Above & Below: Julieanne is a deep purple hue that's typically showing a little more blue in my photos. Like Edyta and Cheryl, this one too seems to have a charcoal base. You'll notice that on the first coat, but a second coat gives you perfect coverage.
Below: This photo was taken indoors with a flash and shows the true purple color. The glitter is a violet shade that reflects fuchsia at times.
Below: Cheryl, shown in full sunlight, is a gorgeous mahogany brown shade with lighter glitter of the same color. It often reflects some gold and copper, giving it added beauty.
Below: In the shade, you can pick out more of it's attributes. The deep copper glitter all but disappears, making way for the gold glitter to take center stage. You can also see how well the charcoal grey base works with the brown pigment.
All 3 of the shades I've swatched so far have been highly pigmented, making for a quick 2 coat application. It's interesting to see the science behind these colors when they're removed with acetone and cotton. My first swipe removing Edyta left me with pure gold on the nail, and Julieanne's glitter was showing it's true colors, because they were actually fuchsia. I saw much more copper on Cheryl's cotton ball than what's evident on the nail. Whatever color process Zoya used to create these shades, it worked very well!
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