Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Review: Zoya Naturel Collection

Hello lovelies!
*Press Sample*
Happy New Year! I am excited to share the newest Zoya collection with you today! Let me start this post by saying that I really thought I was going to hate this collection. I am not into nude colors. If it's not bright or at least obvious that I painted my nails then I don't see the point. Obviously not everyone feels that way and for some jobs nudes are the appropriate choice. With that said I ended up being pleasantly surprised with this collection! I'll get into that more in a bit, but first here is some info about the Zoya Naturel Collection!

The natural nail only better...The Zoya Nail Polish Naturel collection masters delicate tone on tone color with six new, full-coverage (opaque) neutral nudes with a pink undertone, that can be worn beautifully alone or stunningly together to create modern tonal accents. The Look: It's not about matching-it's about coordinating colors with slight tonal differences to create interest.

How about some photos now?! (All swatches are shown with 2 coats over Duri Rejuvacote and no top coat)

First up is Normani which is described as:

full-coverage, sable mauve cream

Next is Odette which is described as:

full-coverage, sultry orchid maroon cream

Now for Brigitte which is described as:

full-coverage, bombshell mauve cream

Here is Rue, my surprise favorite, which is described as:

full-coverage, boudoir blush cream

Next is Taylor which is described as:

full-coverage, light toffee cream

Finally here is Chantal which is described as:

a delicious full-coverage, French Vanilla cream

I can't believe how much I ended up loving this collection! When I saw the release I thought that I would be at least kind of okay with the 2 darker colors, Normani and Odette. But once I got them on I really loved the lighter colors, especially Rue and Taylor! I never get tired of the flawless application that Zoya cremes have! I could have gotten away with just 1 coat for all of these except for Odette. Application wasn't bad with Odette just a little watery compared to the others. I was also impressed with how easily even I could pull of these colors. Even with them all being cool toned I felt that they complimented my skin tone!

Want to try for yourself? The polishes from the Naturel Collection are $9 each and can be purchased here:

You can also keep up with everything else Zoya here:

Have you or do you plan on purchasing any of the Zoya Naturel Collection? Which ones are your favorite?


Brittany Raquel

*These polishes were provided to me in exchange for an honest and unbiased review*

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