In their promotional preview, Zoya described Edyta as a "fern green sparkling metallic." Since then, Zoya has expanded their description to "A complex mixture of gold, olive, blue-green and smoky grey with a sparkling metallic finish. A dark shade balanced with sparkle for a dramatic look."
I've tried out some shades hoping to find a nice dark olive-like green shimmer and they've never worked out because they look too black or too gold. Edyta isn't a true olive green polish, but it is the shade I've been looking for! This is one of the first polishes in awhile to make me just stop and say "....whoa..." It flowed on to my nails and I felt like they were... gilded. Gilded in green opulence... Andi Translation: This polish was like velvet on the nails - luxurious, textured, rich.
This is two coats, but it probably could have gotten away with just one with touchups because it's that nicely pigmented. These are both shots in direct sunlight, but with different angles that show off the color differently.
See the blue-based green base
and the sparkly charcoal & gold effect visible on top and throughout the shade.
There's so much shimmer and sparkle to this polish in the sunlight - green, gold, blue. I had the feeling of opulence when I wore Edyta and I'm looking forward to wearing this rich polish through the fall and winter.