Have I said yet how much I love this collection? As much as I like the darker/jeweltone colors, I am knocked out by the lighter pastel colors that come out in the Springtime.
Piaf - described by Zoya as a forsythia yellow metallic, it was a
custom runway shade created for fashion designed Zang Toi. I
used 2 easy to apply coats in this swatch and it has that micro
shimmer that Gei Gei and Julie has. This is sure to be a
popular Spring color.
Gei Gei - a soft baby pink with micro-shimmers. This formula
was a little on the thinner side, but very easy to work with. I
used 3 coats in my swatch.
Julie - another of the pale pastel colors with the micro-shimmer.
Julie's formula was a little thinner and it took 3 coats to be opaque.
Blu - a beautiful baby blue creme, formula was a little thick and
the first coat applied with streaks, but it evened out with the 2nd coat.
Neely - a pale green creme. This polish applied a lot like Blu
and Magnolia. 2 coats to be opaque.
Jacqueline - Zoya describes this color as a magnolia nude creme.
This color and description brings back so many childhood memories
of all the Magnolia trees from my parents home place,
magnolia is a perfect way to describe this color. This one was tricky to
apply, it's a little thick and I ended up using 3 coats to achieve opaqueness.
L-R Piaf, Gei Gei, Julie, Blu, Neely & Jacqueline
Have you ordered this collection yet? What is your favorite shade? Zoya is available in fine salons, Ulta and online from Zoya.com for $8 each or $48 for the the complete set.
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