Arabella is described by Zoya as fuchsia, but I think it's more magenta with fuchsia and silver glitter accents. This is different than Miranda from the summer PixieDust collection because of the metallic edge of the glitter. It doesn't dry as "sugary" as some of the other pixiedusts but that's ok. Two coats, very opaque.
Next is fan favorite Carter, which I literally cannot believe I haven't worn before. This is a blackened royal purple texture with pink glitter bits. I LIVE. Two coats.
Chita you've seen from me here, and I still love it. It's a fantastic pine tree green with silver glitter. This is very opaque, I only needed ONE coat. A little thick but not difficult to use. Dries incredibly sugary.
This gal is named Dhara, a faboosh shade of orange with gold glitter. It's darker than the tangerine of Beatrix from summer and not as coral as Destiny, so she owns her place in the PixieDust family. I love oranges, so natch I love this. Two coats.
Sunshine is the name of this gorgeous americana blue texture with silver shimmer. I don't get that name with this color, but it's of little importance because this is such a winner. She is creamy like Chita, but thinner and less glitter dense. This is two coats.
And last is Tomoko, a stunning blingy pale champagne silvery gold texture. It's a bit sheer because I think it might have a clear base rather than a colored one like the others, or just a much lighter one. This is two coats, but I probably should've used three.
As I've said before, since these are discontinued, Zoya is not making any more of them. The Zoya website has them up for sale at the time I am posting this for $10 each, so if you want them, do not hesitate because they won't be there forever. Did you like this little trip down memory lane with the PixieDusts? I love them and am sad they aren't making more colors, this brand really did the texture thing right.
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.