Zoya MATTEVELVET

IMG_7408.JPG

GET BACK IN MATTE! RE-RELEASE!!!
All of the color, none of the shine! Meet your perfect matte with MATTEVELVET* **, Zoya’s exclusive shine-free formula. Choose from six best-selling matte nail polish shades with a luxurious crushed velvet finish and subtle shimmer.

Right on trend, these exclusive shades are being reintroduced for a limited time only!
ZP499 – DOVIMA: Shimmering Black MatteVelvet*.
ZP500 – POSH: Shimmering Crimson MatteVelvet*.
ZP505 – HARLOW: Shimmering Wine MatteVelvet*.
ZP504 – SAVITA: Shimmering Plum MatteVelvet*.
ZP506 – VERUSCHKA: Shimmering Evergreen MatteVelvet*.
ZP498 – LOREDANA: Shimmering Gunmetal Gray MatteVelvet*.

*MATTEVELVET nail color by Zoya is not intended to be worn with a base coat, top coat or speed dryer of any kind. Due to the unique matte formulation, color is not as long-wearing as traditional nail color. A completely clean, dry nail surface yields the best results for matte nail color wear.

COLLECTION PRE-ORDER STARTS SOON!

ZOYA IS THE HEALTHY COLOR OF FASHION!
$9 (US)
Zoya MATTEVELVET* colors are available exclusively on Zoya.com and in ULTA beauty stores (ask for them).

This entry was posted in Nails and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Zoya MATTEVELVET

  1. Luchessa says:

    Interesting how this matte trend is still going on. I’ve been using the matte velvets by Golden Rose for the past 2 years now & i have to admit, the Zoya press release colors looks incredibly similar to the Golden Rose ones…let’s hope & see how good the quality of these ones is going to be. 🙂
    xo

  2. The colours are stunning!!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s