From left to right Ana, Leah, Sage, Rowan, Brittany and Tove.
I have been a bit slow on posting the amazing Zoya Naturel Satins collection for 2015. The finish is defitinely different than anything else I have. Its not matte more of an eggshell finish and it feels very smooth. The polish is on the thicker side so it coats well but you want to make sure to let the first coat dry before adding a second.
Two of my favorite colors from this collection, Rowan is the main color and the accent nail is Brittany.
Zoya Ana is a light toasted almond cream I love how light this shade is, perfect for the times I want a very understated neutral nail tone. s
Zoya Leah a lavender tinged taupe cream. One of my favorites from the collection the shade is just gorgeous and very wearable.
Zoya Sage is a mossy sage green cream. This color worked better for me as an accent then a main color. It was a bit blah to wear alone.
Zoya Rowan is a suede taupe cream. By far my favorite from the collection, its the color I just can’t get enough of. It compliments pale skin and gets a lot of compliments.
Zoya Brittany is a rosy mauve cream. A really pretty color but I can’t help but think I would love this color much more with a hint of shine.
Zoya Tove is a medium blue toned pachyderm-esque grey. I’m normally a fan of grey nails but on my skin tone this looked more like a dead zombie nail. Bummed I thought this would be a great shade.
Word is, the pigmentation on these makes them stampable but I don’t care about that. Unless you’re into such things, and if you want to try something different, choose your favorite color, try it on as a full manicure, and decide what you think. Wear time is nice and you might love the novelty. I would have loved these colors in a Matte Velvet formula. What do you think?
The Naturel Satins are available on zoya.com.
Disclosure: I was sent a complimentary sample for review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.