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In Southern N.J., we got a big taste of spring with unseasonably warm temps ranging from 60 to 75 the last couple weeks! One day, it was downright hot!
Being the warm-weather woman that I am, that taste of spring just made me want the season to hurry up and get here, and I immediately started choosing lighter lipsticks, and reaching for lighter nail polishes.
Enter Zoya Charming, a six-piece collection with happy, fresh creme polishes and Zoya-described “dewy, micro sparkles.”
Let’s just jump right in – the pics speak volumes!
Jordan is a gorgeous pastel pink described by Zoya as a “soft blossom pink.” This type of pink creme that is saturated with bright, yet soft color pops on a variety of skin tones. I used two coats here and it was perfect! Jordan is one of my favorites from this collection!
Abby is a strong lavender creme polish – another one that pops on a variety of skintones! I love this pop of purple. I used two coats and it was perfect.
Tina is described by Zoya as a medium amethyst creme. I like that this complements Violette lipstick (hang in there, she’s down further!). I used two coats and she was perfect like her other sister creme partners.
Amira reminds me of a soft pool color, or a shade of blue you’d see as the ocean gets deeper off a tropical island. It’s flecked with micro-sparkles that give it a golden glow. I used two coats and it applied well and was opaque.
Lacey is described as a light dewy green micro-sparkle. Lacey reminds me of a color I associate with pyramids and Egyptian paintings and jewelry…it’s an ancient, beautiful light green and the micro-sparkles give her that regal golden glow.
Millie is described as a “dewy violet micro-sparkle.” This polish is so much more complex and gorgeous than that! It’s a fuchsia with pink and purple sparkles. I have polishes that are similar, but the depth and glow of Millie is awesome. I used two coats, and it was perfect. Millie is one of my favs from the collection!
Violette is a gorgeous, creamy amethyst purple with staying power. I applied this in the morning, and it held on tight throughout coffee and food, fading to a nice version of itself. Probably about four or five hours, I got.
I reviewed Belle and Brooke here.
Overall, I really love the formula on the “dewy micro sparkle” polishes. The cremes provided a great application in Zoya’s reliable formula. I can’t get enough of Millie or Jordan or Abby! This collection satisfies my desire to wear light creme shades but also shades that are peppy and sparkle in the sun.
I like the soft lipstick choices that Zoya suggests you pair with the collection, but Violette is especially a trendy choice.
Each polish is $10, and you can purchase the set for $60 (link to the collection is at the top of the post).
Zoya is a 10-free formula, made without Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Dibutyl Phthalate, Toulene,
Camphor, TPHP, Parabens, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide and Lead.
What do you think of this collection?! Any favorites?!
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