Last month Zoya’s social media team recommended me to be a part of their sampling program. When I got the email, I was beyond excited. I was jumping around screaming from the excitement. For two weeks I couldn’t stop talking about it and then I finally received the first collection in the mail. They sent me the Zoya Naturel Satin collection and shortly after, I received the Zoya Delight collection. Once I got the packages I started swatching immediately.
|Zoya Naturel Satin|
The Zoya Naturel Satin collection consists of six transitional colors that are perfect all year round. They all have a satin finish, which is intended to be a hybrid between the matte and glossy finishes, so no topcoat is needed for these polishes.
Ana is a light toasted almond cream.
Leah is a lavender tinged taupe cream.
Brittany is best described as a rose mauve cream and it is my favorite of all the satins.
Tove is a misty slate grey cream. This is the color I was most excited for but Brittany has my heart.
Rowan is a suede taupe cream color that I didn't think would look good but is quite flattering on my skin tone.
Sage is a mossy sage green.
All of the polishes are opaque in 2-3 coats and the formula is pretty consistent. All the colors are very true to the bottle.
The Zoya Delights collection is the newest collection for Spring 2015.
Eden is a classic spring flower pink in a glossy cream finish. It is a very girly and bright pink.
Leslie, my favorite from collection, is a soft spring lavender metallic with an energizing turquoise flash.
Rayne is a dewy spring blue metallic with an energizing turquoise flash. It reminds me of the very popular icy blue makeup from the 90s.
Daisy is a refreshing lemon meringue yellow metallic with an energizing turquoise flash. It was my least favorite in the collection because it didn't really work well with my skin tone.
Tiana is a pistachio gelato green in a glossy cream finish. It is so pretty and it looks just like pistachio ice cream.
Lillian is a faded aquamarine with a glossy cream finish. It has to be the prettiest light blue I've ever seen.
All of the polishes are opaque in 2-3 coats and the formula is pretty consistent. All the colors are very true to bottle.