Zoya Barefoot Summer 2019 Collection

Disclaimer: PR samples, see below.

We are rounding the corner of July and heading into August next week, but there is still plenty of time to get your summer nails on!

Zoya released its Barefoot summer collection with cheerful cremes and shimmers that offer a real variety – from sparkling neutrals to bright pastel cremes, to me, this collection has a little bit of everything for someone who wants a collection to compliment their summer plans. I personally love the blues, and the pink crème. But  let’s check out the swatches!

Joey

Joey is described as a warm, light pink crème by Zoya. I really enjoy light pink cremes, and how they pop against my skin.  Shown here in two coats, I had no issues with the formula. This is one of my favorites, even though I know I likely have other colors like it!

Tessa

Tessa is described as a soft peach-toned salmon with a warm gold and coral micro-shimmer. I love a little spice in my work-appropriate shades, and this delivers, although among this collection, this isn’t one I’d immediately reach for. Two coats, no issues!

Keira

Keira is described as a medium sandy taupe with a light copper shimmer. I love this one – I am truly not one who tends to reach for nudes or neutrals but the shimmer makes this one unique for me. Two coats, no issues.

Marcy

Marcy is described as a shimmering bright, hot coral. Seering for summer! Definitely one I might wear for the upcoming overnight trip we have! Two coats, no issues.

Liza

Liza is described as a rich, cardinal red crème. This one feels more berried mauve to me. I don’t generally feel colors like this, so I used the glitter topper on it as you’ll see soon! Two coats and this crème was opaque, no issues.

Robbie

Robbie is described as a fizzy, raspberry punch with a golf fleck. Two coats, no issues.

Dacey

Dacey is described as a classic hot pink crème. This is the kind of color I think of as a summer staple in my stash. Two coats, beautiful no issues.

Rie

Rie is described as a cool-toned magnolia purple crème. I haven’t worn this one yet, but I like it a lot and want to pair it with the topper when I wear it! Shown in two coats, no issues!

Walker

Walker is described as a deep ocean blue crème. One of my favorites of this collection! Two coats, no issues.

Eleni

Eleni is described as a light seafoam blue crème. This is the first one I reached for. I love it. My nails are a bit deceptive; the color is not as “candied” as it looks. I realized as I was going through my top coat at the time I wore this that my top coat had a blue hue to it. It impacted the color! It is definitely the color of the polish in the bottle. Two coats, no issues.

Bee

Zoya bee

Bee is described as a bright, uplifting pale yellow with a warm undertone crème. It’s rare to have a yellow that doesn’t give you a fussy time when you are painting. This one applied like a typical Zoya crème in two coats opaque, no fuss.

Dallas

Zoya dallas

Dallas is described as a clear base with silver glitter, white hexagonal glitter and small white glitter. It’s a fun topper! I added it over Liza, since I wasn’t really crazy about her on her own:

I love it kicked up like this!

This collection is already available on the Zoya website here, for $10 each, $120 for the whole collection.

zoya summer box barefoot summer collection

But for your best value, Zoya has a “Summer Box” for sale for $89.95 that includes the above:

  • Barefoot Summer Nail Polish Collection
  • Lipsticks in Izzy and Wren
  • Hydrate and Heal Retail Kit
  • Remove_ Big Flipper nonacetone nail polish remover
  • 12 Z-Wide brushes

The value is $177 for all of this.

So have you picked up any of these pretties? The Summer Box? I think it would make an awesome holiday or birthday gift for a polish lover, honestly. I might get one for my mom for Christmas!

I’d love to hear about your thoughts on this collection in the comments below!

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