I have the lovely Zoya Naturel 3 collection for you today. This transitional collection is the perfect palette cleanser for the season! Packed with gorgeous neutrals, these polishes remind me of ice cream... or maybe I just want some ice cream now haha
Tatum is up first, and this one has a light amaretto-y feel. It's a light neutral, and really evens out so smoothly. I probably could have gotten away with one coat if I'd played my cards right. This entire collection is super pigmented. The formula isn't thick, tho, so it's perfect!
Cathy kind of reminds me of melted candy. Like caramel with touchs of pink. Again, this formula is great. Smooth and even in 2 thin coats.
Jill brings a little mauve to the forefront, throwing a little purple in the mix. The formula is a tad thicker than the 2 previous polishes featured, but not too thick to be a problem. I went back and forth on using a second coat and ultimately I did. Played right, this could be a one-coater.
Mary digs little deeper, heading toward brown here. This is a raisin-esque creme, and it is 1 coat. I didn't need a second because it was so pigmented. The formula wasn't thick at all.
Gina is a nice chocolate shade with a perfect formula. As the colors get darker, the coats decrease haha This one only needed 1 coat to be gorgeous, and again, the formula wasn't so thick that it was a problem.
Debbie is the most purple of the bunch, bringing some deep plum to the mix. Once again, the 1 coat rule applies! I only needed one coat for this pretty.
Will you be picking any of them up? I really like Mary and Cathy. You can purchase these from the Zoya website. Price is $10 each, or you can purchase them as a set for $60.
Also with this collection are 3 corresponding lipsticks - Paisley, Maxwell and Cameron! I tell you, Paisley us among my favorite lipsticks. I wear it a lot! Each lipstick is $12, and you can get them on Zoya's website,
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