On the site, Zoya Rikki is described as a fill coverage metallic foil. It is gorgeous!
What I’ve always liked about the Zoya foiled metallics is that they dry fast. Faster than most polishes, but not as fast as the holographics I have in my collection.
On to the pictures!
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My accent nail is Zoya Josie, FYI, which I featured yesterday. I like this shot because you can see the bottle. While it doesn’t sparkle and shine that much in the shade, it’s still a color that really is gorgeous in this type of light setting.
I love how the flash almost makes Zoya Rikka a Kelly-green, but not quite. You can’t really see the gold flecks in here, but the silver comes into prominent play.
Once in the sun, Zoya Rikki comes together beautifully – you don’t see the separation of the gold or the silver like you do in the shade and flash shots. It comes together and lightens the base green, making it not quite a fern green as Zoya describes it, but more of what I believe grass green should be.
What do you think of this color? Fern green or grass green? I say grass! However, that’s just me. 😉
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