Coming your way this spring is the Zoya Charming collection, filled with soft pretty pastels! Three creams and 3 micro-sparkles are in this collection. Also included is a brand spankin' new lipstick - Violette! Have you ordered yours yet?
I was able to get photos in natural sunlight this time around, thank goodness! The first photo shown is outside in sunlight, and the second photo is indoor with artificial light.
First up is Jordan, a soft creamy pink. The formula is a tad thick, but not so thick that it was hard to maneuver. It evened out in 2 coats.
Abby is a light, airy lavender cream, and it's basically just a different shade of Jordan haha! The formula is a tad thick, but good to go with 2 coats.
This deeper purple is Tina, and she's labeled as an amethyst shade. It's super pretty, and the formula isn't as thick as the 2 lighter colors. I really like this one a lot. This one could have been a one-coater, but I used 2 for good measure.
This polish gave me a bit of trouble. This is Lacey, and it's a dewy sort of sparkly green. The formula is very thin, so I had a tendency to pile it on too thick. as long as you use thin coats, you should be fine. I used 3 very thin coats for what's pictured.
The formula on Amira, the soft blue micro-sparkle, is thicker than Lacey, but not thicker than the creams. Does that make sense? Only 2 coats were needed here, but so be careful. You could get some bald patches if you don't watch what you're doing.
I see some duochrome sparkles come out in Millie, the violet micro-sparkle. The formula on this one is like Amira. Not too thin, not too thick I did use 3 thin coats for this one.
Will you be picking any of them up? 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 - including Brooke and Cameron! New is Violette! I adore purples and berries, so this one fits right in with me! It's pictured below, The lipsticks is so creamy. Each lipstick is $12, and you can get them on Zoya's website,
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