Zoya Rica

I'm not sure how many times I can say it without sounding like a robot, but Zoya does glass fleck/sparking metallics REALLY well.  Next today is Rica, a "warm light coral with pink and orange tones and heavy gold metallic sparkle. An alternative to flat corals for when you want to shine."  Coral is one of those colors that I have a love/hate with - sometimes I can't get enough of it and sometimes I can't get rid of it fast enough.  This color is also very reiminescent of China Glaze Strawberry Fields for me although much more orange.

I used a base of Zoya Get Even, 2 coats of Rica and a top coat of Zoya Armor. Formula was smooth, pigmentation was nice and opaque.

In the sun, it almost has a duochrome effect because of the orange sparkle against the pink base.  Very beautiful and unique in my collection.

Not just one shade picture, but two!  I really love this color - it's just so different ... light and airy looking at the same time.  I think it's just the whole pink/orange thing that really hits me as being beautiful.  A must have for me!

Indoors with the flash - you can see that it's a nice opaque color without any balding.

This is probably my second favorite collection ever (second only to the China Glaze OMG! collection)... two coat opacity, glass fleck/sparkling metallic finish, unique colors.  There's only a few left to share and there are a few surprises in them.

Zoya can be purchased on their website for $8/bottle.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.