New! Zoya Naturel Duex (2) 2014

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It was love at first sight with the new Zoya Naturel Duex Collection. I love all the creamy neutral shades, they are perfect for Fall. If you have’t tried a Zoya polish yet you are missing out. The polish brush makes quick and clean application a breeze. The best part is they dry really fast and are very chip resistant.  Be sure to grab some of these great new colors for Fall while supplies last.

I really love all these shades which is hard to say with most collections. The standouts for me have to be Spence and Madeline, both gorgeous neutrals and unbelievable shine!

Stay tuned for my review of the swoon worthy new Zoya collections Ignite and Entice!

Zoya Naturel Duex 2014 $9
Inspired by the desire to expand the popular neutral palette of the Zoya NATUREL collection, six (6) NEW, full-coverage creams in deeper hues were born.

Perfect as every day go-to colors, the Zoya NATUREL DEUX (2) collection bridges the transitional gap between late summer/early fall 2014 with three, rich brown family shades and three plum based beauties. All in the long-wearing, BIG5FREE formula Zoya is known for!

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ZOYA NATUREL DEUX (2) – 2014
Spencer: Camel Cream, Full Coverage Formula.
Chanelle: Toasted Almond, Full Coverage Formula.
Emilia: Dark Chocolate, Full Coverage Formula.
Marnie: Deep Warm Plum, Full Coverage Formula.
Aubrey: Medium Mauve Cream, Full Coverage Formula.
Madeline: Muted Rose, Full Coverage Formula.

ZOYA IS THE HEALTHY COLOR OF FASHION! *BIG5FREE: Formula contains no formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene or camphor.

Available on Zoya.com and at finer salons and spas.

 

Disclosure: I was sent a complimentary sample for potential review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.

 


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