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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Zoya Gemma

Zoya's Gemma is a drab olive green with a subtle (but not completely hidden) blue flash. The formula was excellent, and covered nicely in two coats. 





This will be a lovely colour for spring, and I'm looking forward to wearing it then... what do you think of Zoya Gemma? Do you like to wear these types of olive/army greens? 

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    1. Do you have a top pick for a fantastic olive green? I'd love to hear about it!

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  2. That color is right up my alley! Forget spring, throw a cranberry red and a nice off white on there and it's country chic christmas.

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    1. I like the way you think- that's not a bad idea! :D

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  3. I normaaly love olive/army greens but I can't with this one. I don't know why.

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    1. It definitely can't take the place of my beloved Essie Sew Psyched when it comes to olive greens, but I do appreciate the uniqueness of the blue flash. Do you have a favourite army green to recommend to me?

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  4. This is a pretty color on you - I doubt it would be on me LOL

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    1. Thank you! It didn't bring out the dreaded lobster hands on me, so that's good!

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  5. I really love this kind of green shades

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  6. Gemma!!!! So pretty :)

    One of the best Zoya's, I think!

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    1. It's definitely a special one! And there are a lot of great Zoyas to choose from, so it's tough to pick the best out- the ones from this Zoya collection are all pretty fantastic, though.

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