Vespa on thumb and ring finger, Nyx on index finger and pinky and London on middle finger
Zoya calls this the PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula and describes each color as follows:
Zoya Nail Polish in Vespa can be best described as a Mint Kiss with a sugared sparkle, in the exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
Zoya Nail Polish in Nyx can be best described as a perfect periwinkle with a sugared sparkle, in the exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
Zoya Nail Polish in London can be best described as a fog gray with a sugared sparkle, in the exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
These polishes were designed to be worn without base or top coat (which I should have noted before application. I used base for the above pics.) They recommend using anywhere from one to three thin coats (I used two).
The first thing I want to mention is that I am NOT a fan of "textured" finishes in most instances. I like my polish smooth as a baby's bottom. However, the texture of these polishes didn't bother me in the slightest. Actually, I've found myself rubbing my nails quite a bit and really enjoying the unique "sugared" feel of the finish.
These polishes sparkle beautifully and the colors are fabulous. I did find my nails chipping on the third day of wear, kind of a bummer, but this could be because I used base coat. Not quite sure but I will apply according to Zoya's recommendations for the remaining three polishes in this collection. Overall, I am pleasantly surprised by how much I love this collection.