Zoya Innocence Spring 2019 collection

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A couple weeks ago, I gave away two sets of Zoya Innocence nail polish collection for spring in celebration of my 10-year bloggiversary (thank you again, Zoya!), but I am FINALLY able to try these polishes for myself – check out my swatches!

Birch

Birch is a greige lavender hue that applies really well. I dropped my first bottle on my kitchen floor, so my swatches were held up a bit because I waited for my new bottle to arrive. I am so glad I ordered a new one, this is a gorgeous crème polish!

Theo

Theo is described by Zoya as spring thunderstorms in a bottle. What a great description, and what a unique polish! It’s a dark gray – stormy – with irregular pieces of silver/white glitter, and dark blue glitter throughout. It’s unique and really cool. I own nothing like this and I adore that while producing seasonally-appropriate staple colors, Zoya pushes the boundaries on trends and textures.

Agnes

Agnes was the first Innocence polish I wore! Agnes is a dusty blush, a modern neutral. It’s muted and it’s a typical, smooth Zoya crème polish. Great in two coats – like all the others in this collection.

Evette

Evette is described as a softened grape with a pink undertone to balance it, and I agree. My camera had a hard time capturing just how gorgeous this purple is. I love Zoya cremes and this one did not disappoint. While looking through my polishes, my toddler chose this one as her next “mommy mani,” and is currently sporting it on her fingers and toes!

Aire

Aire is actually more of a dusty periwinkle blue but my camera, again, had trouble with this one. Blues and purples are always dicey when it comes to my camera, ugh. I love this color and this poor lighting photo was the closest I could come to the color of the polish. It’s a crème.

Fern

Fern can best be described as a sage green with a really pretty, warm golden pearlescence.

The Innocence collection is available on Zoya’s website here, and the polishes retail for $10 individually.

Even better, for $60 you can get the six polishes, as well as Zoya Jack and Zoya Ruthie polishes, an 8 oz. pumper bottle of Remove+ Nail Polish Remover (see product shot at top of the post), and six Z-wide Zoya brushes. Usually you only get six polishes for the $60 – that’s definitely a steal!

Have you purchased any of these pretties yet? Do you have a favorite from this bunch? I’d love to hear in the comments!

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