Friday, January 23, 2015

Zoya| Naturel Satins

Hello and Happy Friday!

It has been a crazy week, many new cool things to swatch/review over here, but I am not complaining.

Zoya has released six new neutral nail polishes, very wearable, low sheen, with a chic satin finish.

Once these are completely dry, the look of these are so delicate and honestly I could not stop staring. I usually wear one for at least a day, not wearing gloves or anything while doing house chores, and let me tell you, it stood strong.

These polishes are not intended to be worn with a top coat, I mean who would want to add sheen to these?

I achieved full coverage with two coats for each, unless otherwise noted on the description for each color.

On to the swatches...IMG_3491

 

First up is Ana, a light toasted almond, with pink undertone. I did three coats for this one, don't know if its the formula in general, or just my bottle. After dried it is beautiful and the finish is the same as the rest.Zoya Naturel Satins Ana

Zoya Naturel Satins Ana 1

Zoya Naturel Satins Ana 2

Sage,  is a sage green cream, and the formula of this one is the best of all, very smooth and can be applied very thin.Zoya Naturel Satins Sage

Zoya Naturel Satins Sage

Zoya Naturel Satins Sage 2

Leah, is a lavender tinged taupe creamy wonderfulness! Ah, I love anything in the lavender, purple family.Zoya Naturel Satins Leah

Zoya Naturel Satins Leah 1

Zoya Naturel Satins Leah 2

Brittany,  is a rose mauve cream, good formula, beautiful color.Zoya Naturel Satins Brittany

Zoya Naturel Satins Brittany 2

Zoya Naturel Satins Brittany 1

Tove, is a misty slate grey. Creamy rich formula.Zoya Naturel Satins Tove

Zoya Naturel Satins Tove 2

Rowan, is a suede taupe cream. This is the one I wore for a whole day, and I have to say that it did not chip or suffered any major wear off. Then again I only had it on for a day.Zoya Naturel Satins Rowan

Zoya Naturel Satins Rowan 1

Zoya Naturel Satins Rowan 2

 

Overall, this collection is a must. Excellent formula for the most part. What I like the most is how delicate they are, and very suitable for work.

Thanks for reading,

Until next post.

Jary

7 comments:

  1. Which collection of mattes do you prefer? Essie or Zoya? I imagine Zoya has the better formula but the Essie color palette has more oomph.

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  2. Oh wow these are lovely! I need all of them, ahaha! XD Ana looks like Rue & Chantilly had a satin finish baby, lol. That fusion of the almond shade with the blushy tone...so pretty. Sage is gorgeous omg. Love it. Leah is amazing - I love lavender-ish putty colored anything and this is a great one! Brittany looks soft and sweet but the finish keeps it special and modern. Tove is so sharp - the undertones! This collection is all about the undertones when it comes to the colors. Rowan is a really unique taupe and I'm sure it will look incredibly flattering. I am even more excited for this collection now! Thank you so much for these gorgeous swatches! <333

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  3. I love both, but I'll say Zoya has better formula. Each unique in their own way

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  4. Both are great in their own unique way. Although Zoya has better formula.

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  5. Подскажите, пожалуйста, по фото не очень поняла, Ana холодный оттенок или теплый?

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