Zoya “Edyta”

I’ve been in a nail rut lately.  I haven’t been able to decide on what to paint my nails and I have so many colors in my collection that I have yet to wear. I have so many holiday colors that I picked up recently and I can’t wait to try some of them out but there is something holding me back.  There is this little thing in the back of my mind that yells at me whenever I think about starting holiday cheer too early.  I remember when I was a kid how you don’t even think about Christmas until Thanksgiving is over, but in the last 3 or 4 years I’ve noticed Christmas starting earlier and earlier.  I saw Christmas decorations out in early September this year! That seems so wrong!  So half of me is screaming “don’t wear the holiday nail polishes until after thanksgiving!” and the other half is saying “but they are so pretty and fun.”  But for now, we’ll keep it to the dark fall colors and slowly get into the loud glitters.  Lucky for me, one of the newest colors in my collection is a fall/winter color and is one of the colors that I’ve had on my polish wish list for a while.

Zoya “Edyta” is probably one of the most complex colors you will ever see.  It is a darken olive green black shimmer that shimmers to a golden blue.  There are like 4 colors in one bottle!  A blackened olive color that changes to a dark blue that has a golden shimmer.  I really can’t get over how complex this color is! I wish pictures do it justice but I couldn’t get a picture at all.  They all looked black, silver, green, or even dirty.  No picture make this polish look as beautiful as it is in real life.  Take my word for it, its so pretty.  This is really a gem.  For every girl out there that likes ugly pretty colors or complex duochrome like shimmers this color is for you.  Its a color that every nail polish collector should have in their collection.

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