Zoya Launches True And Fleck Effects For Spring 2012 Review & Swatches

Get excited. It's Zoya launch time -- Spring 2012 that is

A fresh bloom of dewy color. Inspired by the runway looks of top designers this collection features slightly muted and unexpected spring shades in six easy to wear, full-coverage creams and metallics.

Cho (ZP585): Full coverage, vanilla shimmer metallic       

Farah (ZP586): Full coverage, latte beige cream  --
Farah is clearly darker than Cho.       

Bevin (ZP587): Full coverage, pale sage green cream--
Bevin is a gorgeous green. I think it makes the perfect Spring color.

Skylar (ZP588): Full coverage, silvered slate blue metallic         

Tru (ZP589): Full coverage, gilded purple orchid metallic


Lotus (ZP590): Full coverage, light lotus purple metallic --
I was surprised at how much I loved Lotus. It swatched beautifully and the finish was perfect. 

The Verdict: Zoya is one of my favorite nail polish brands. I can't get over how beautiful they apply on nails. They're long-wearing and have vibrant color. A must have for any nail lover.

My picks:  My favorites were Bevin and Lotus, but I think the entire collection is worthwhile.


Zoya Nail Polish presents - three new mylar fleck glazes that can be worn alone or layeredover the new ZOYA TRUE collection colors for a unique and beautiful nail look!   
Maisie (ZP582): Blue tint with mylar green fleck effect  

Sadly, my camera barely picked up the gorgeous glimmer flecks these polishes had. They're really beautiful in person and shimmer gorgeous in the light.

(Left nail is Maisie painted over Cho & right night is Maisie alone)

    Opal (ZP583): Green tint with mylar green fleck effect

    Chloe (ZP584): Pink tint with mylar green and gold fleck effect

The Verdict: I wish these photographed better because they look amazing on and if you love nail polishes with flecks, you'll love these.

My picks:  Maisie won me over.

Retail: $8 on January 13, 2012 
Purchase atwww.zoya.com

Will you be picking up the NEW Zoya Spring Collections?

*Products seen in post were sent for consideration for review*

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