Zoya Thrive for Spring!

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Zoya Thrive collection swatches and review on beautyjudy

Zoya is welcoming spring with the Thrive collection, a six-piece offering that includes five polishes ranging from creme to soft, soft metallic paired with a sparkling, sheer magenta topper.

Let’s just jump right in! I’ll include a photo of the polish by itself, then a photo of the polish with Leisel, the topper, over it!


zoya darby Zoya leisel over darby

Darby is described as a dusty gull gray metallic by Zoya, but her strong blue shimmer definitely puts life into this gray shade! Swatched here in two coats, it’s my favorite from the collection.

I added one coat of Leisel to Darby, which added a magenta sparkle on top of the blue shimmer. Very pretty!


Zoya Haruko zoya leisel over haruko

Haruko is described as a soft violet metallic, and like Darby, she has a strong shimmer – hers is pink. Coupled with Leisel over top, which boosts the pink reflect, this is a gorgeous combo! Shown here in two coats of Haruko, one additional coat of Leisel.


Zoya trudith zoya leisel over trudith

Trudith … so close to my birth name of Judith…Oh Zoya, when will you make a Judith or a Judy polish?! LOL Trudith is described as a muted wisteria purple creme, and that seems to fit! Add Leisel and you get a strong blue and magenta reflect that kicks it up a notch! Two coats of the creme, one coat of the sparkle.


Zoya Brandi Zoya leisel over brandi

Brandi is described as a blush pink creme. This color was a bit of the snoozer for me in the collection, but adding Leisel on top spiced it up for me! Don’t get me wrong  – it’s a gorgeous staple for spring. Shown here in two coats with one coat of Leisel.


zoya monroe zoya leisel over monroe

Now Monroe is really heating things up for spring here. She is described as a glamour pink creme, she is a perfect base for Leisel, which turns her fuchsia. I love this combo so hard! I used two coats of Monroe with one coat of Leisel.

Overall, this is a nice collection for spring. Standouts to me are Darby and Haruko. But with Leisel, Monroe and Trudith are my favs as base colors. It’s fun to play with toppers!

I had no application issues with any of these polishes.

Thrive is already available; you can buy the whole six-piece set for $60, or individual bottles for $10 here on the Zoya website.

Do you have a favorite pick here or a favorite combo with Liesel?!

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