When the new Zoya collections arrive I usually drop everything and get my blog posted on the same day or the next day. That certainly didn’t happen this time around. Between a weekend trip and a backlog of other collections I am later than most with getting this post done, so my apologies for that. Now without further ado let’s take a look…
Jordan can be best described as a soft blossom pink cream.
I found the formula on this to be a bit thin and hard to control, but I was still able to get even coverage in 2 coats. Depending on your application you might need 3 coats. Sealed with glossy top coat.
This gorgeous violet like creme had a flawless formula like we know and love from Zoya. I used 2 coats for my swatches, followed by glossy top coat.
I got a bit of a wonky brush in this one, but even with that I was able to get nice smooth coverage in just 2 coats. I imagine its even nicer with a normal brush. Sealed with glossy top coat.
My favorite from this collection, Millie was also the only one I needed 3 coats on. No formula issues and the 3rd coat was mostly for color density. Sealed with glossy top coat.
For this one I used 2 coats, slightly thicker than I normally would, so you may need 3 coats. I had no application issues. Other than that this one does nothing for me. It totally falls flat. Maybe it’s a skin tone issue. Who knows. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Now Lacey is one I can get behind. I love this soft muted green that just sparkles. For my swatches I used 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Overall I have to say this one of the least exciting collections I’ve seen in a while. Most just fall flat for me, while I only truly liked 2 of them. I did not however have much in the way of formula problems so this collection holds it’s own on that respect.
The Zoya Charming Spring 2017 collection is available now on Zoya.com, Ulta, and select shades at Whole Foods Markets nationwide.
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Until next time, stay polished!