Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Breezi watermarble

Breezi is described on the Zoya.com website as:
Soft, dusty, dirty medium cerulean blue with an opaque cream finish.  A super chic  high-fashion denim look for nails.
While I'm not sure I agree with the denim, as it is very bright, it is in fact a gorgeous cerulean color. I've been coveting it since I first saw the shade in a nail art tutorial. When I saw it, a long with some of the other colors I'd wanted, were part of Zoya's Summertime collection--which I picked up in that AMAZING deal they had two weeks ago--I couldn't say no.

I had Easter nail art on all last week. I decided that the very first chance I got I'd wear it.

Initially I wanted to do a water marble with the Sunshine collection--which consists of gorgeous sparkly shades like Apple and Reva. But I couldn't resist Breezi.

I wanted to do a spiral watermarble.Being that this is only my second watermarble attempt I didn't quite manage to get a spiral. A few nails have the circular pattern, but the others don't.

Still I really like how it turned out even if it wasn't what I originally planned. It reminds me of Chinese Pottery or a tidal pool.

Color Club Take me to your Chateau, OPI Alpine Snow, Zoya Breezi

Color Club Take me to your Chateau, OPI Alpine Snow, Zoya Breezi

Zoya Breezi







4 comments:

  1. congrats! i nominated you for the verstile blogger award. check out the link: http://lacquerpamper.blogspot.com/2012/04/versatile-blogger-award.html

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  2. This is pretty. I love the additional dots.

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    1. Thank you! I saw it on another blog somewhere and was like "Oh that's a great idea!"

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