The new Delight Collection from Zoya!

The bright colors of spring abound in the Zoya Delight Collection! I believe there is a little something for everyone in this collection of soft, wearable shades!

I've taken a lot of pictures of this collection. You'll notice four photos for each color - sunlight, shade, indoors with natural light and indoors with flash (in that order, as if you are reading a book). I've done this for several reasons. I want to provide a wide variety of lighting options for you to see how the polish looks.

Lillian is a gorgeous pale aquamarine, and has the most perfect formula! It went on smoothly in two coats. Generally I have issues with pastels because I try to put them on too thick (and their formula tends to be thicker), but this one worked out well.

Eden is such a great pink. I'm not a pink person, but I do use the color for nail art - and this will be a very welcome addition to my pink arsenal. The formula was good, and application was a breeze.

Tiana is described on the site as a "pistachio gelato." That's an interesting description haha It looks like a pistacho-esqe color to me. The formula wasn't so great on this one, and I had some issues You can see on my middle finger how it looks goopy and thick. This polish was on the thick side, and it didn't "settle" like the others did. It just takes time and a little patience.

Rayne is the polish everyone has gone nuts over. The formula is a little thin, but builds well. There's a lot of photos circling the web with Rayne having this most amazing turqouise flash. I can say that flash is there, but it's only so pronounced under certain lighting conditions. Unless you're going to stand under artificial light all day, the polish will look more like this...

Leslie is a very pretty lavender-based shimmer, and the turquoise flash in this one is soft and subtle. I'm quite taken with this polish actually. The formula is amazing, and it melted on my nails in two coats.

Daisy has that turquoise flash, as well, and that makes is one of the most unique polishes in my collection! I really like how this polish looks. The formula was good, too, but it was a tad on the thin side for me. No issues with it, tho, as it builds up well.

Will you be picking any of them up? I'd suggest Lillian and Eden. You can order these as a set of 6 for $54 on the Zoya website or individually priced at $9.

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