Hello everyone! I have the Zoya Naturel Satins collection to share with you! If you follow along with my on YouTube ( click here to subscribe ) then you've probably seen the video of me live swatching these polishes a while ago. I will have that video embedded below all of the swatch photos. This is Zoya's 2015 transitional collection from Winter to Spring and all of the polishes have a "satin" finish. It's kind of middle ground between shiny and matte. I really love it, but it might not be everyones cup of tea. These are meant to be worn without a top coat... in case you wondering.
Ana is a "light toasted almond cream" and it's the lightest polish in the collection. I have 3 coats in the photos below because I had some VERY small areas of patchiness. I think that was my fault and you can definitely get away with 2 coats.
Brittany is a "rose mauve cream" and I have 2 coats on in the photos below.
Leah is a "lavender tinged taupe cream" and this is one of my favorites of the collection. I have 2 coats on in the photos below. I love how this is a super neutral, extremely light purple.
Tove is a "misty slate grey cream" and it also happens to be one of my favorites. I have 2 coats on in the photos below.
Rowan is a "suede taupe cream" and I have 2 coats on in the photos below.
Sage is a "mossy sage green cream" and I have 2 coats on in the photos below. I also loved this one.
Overall, I really love this collection. I wasn't too sure about it at first, but I'm so glad I ordered it. I think these polishes would be perfect for people who have office jobs that need to wear conservative colors. It also helps that these aren't ridiculously shiny. I love the natural, neutral colors and I think they're perfect for the winter to spring transition. I did purchase these with my own money and they can be found HERE on Zoya's website. They retail for $9 a bottle.
And as promised... Here is the live swatch video that I uploaded to my YouTube channel a few weeks ago.