Thursday, October 17, 2013

Fall Favorites: Unconventional Black

It's the season for dark vampy colors. That includes the mysterious black nail, however there is a right way to do a black fingernail. If you do it the right way, black nails can come across as mysterious and glamorous. If they are done the wrong way they come across as adolescent, grunge, and goth not that there is anything wrong with these.

If going for a conventional, black, creme nail it must be high-gloss, on a mid-length nail (not nail-bitting short or talon long), and on well-manicured/shaped nails. To pull the black nail off without being so high maintenence, it is advised to pick a nearly-black color OR a black polish with pizzazz. One such unconventional polish is the lovely Zoya Dahlia.
Zoya Dahlia is a sugary, sparkly, textured black polish. She has enough character and beauty to come across as a stand-out while still maintaining neutrality. The application was 2 flawless coats and drying time was not excessive. I highly recommend Zoya Dahlia as an alternative to a black polish.

Other fabulous blacks/near black:
Zoya Claudine
Tuff Scent Hope
SinfulColors Black on Black (as seen in this nail art/manicure)
Revlon Plum Night

(Not to jump the gun on holidays, but she's make beautiful "coal" in Christmas nail art)
Zoya nail polish is available for purchase through their website. PixieDust polishes retail for $9.00 each.  Sign up for a Zoya account today and receive points that can be redeemed for promotions and discounts.

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