Zoya Fall 2015 | Focus Collection9:00 AM
Hey guys! So who is ready for Fall!? I know I am! Fall is my favorite season and I am so excited the hot summer days and nights are almost a thing of the past and cool, cozy nights are around the corner. Sorry summer lovin' ladies but here in New England our summers are wacky but our Falls, *breathes in fresh crisp air* swoon! They are beautiful! Anyway, speaking of fall, today I have the first half of the Zoya 2015 collection called "Focus". Check these lovely cremes out!
*All polishes shown here with one coat of HK Girl Glossy top coat.
*Photos taken indoors in a light box.
Zoya Charli is described as a dusty taupe cream that has a hint of green, but is still a perfect neutral. A used three thin coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was thin so I did experience a bit of flooding around the cuticles. I really like the shade and its probably one of my favorites(color wise) from this half of the collection.
Zoya Lidia is described as a rich eggplant cream that has a blackened purple base and just a hint of red to make it more wearable for all skin tones. I used three thin coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was slightly thin but not as thin as Charli so no flooding. This is the perfect deep purple to add to your fall polish collection!
Zoya Janel is described as a deep red cream that has a warm undertone. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was great and applied easily. A lovely shade of red for fall as well as Christmas!
Zoya Hannah is described as a clear, classic red cream with a balanced (neutral) undertone. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was thicker then the rest but applied easily. The brightness of this one kind of threw me off a bit compared to the rest of the fall shade colors but it's still a pretty red.
Zoya Desiree is described as a classic sable brown cream that has just enough gray to keep it cool in tone. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was a bit streaky on the first coat but leveled out nicely on the second. I have actually been searching for a shade this color for some upcoming fall manis I have planned so I'm pretty excited lol
Zoya Sia described as a true, royal blue cream. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was slightly thin but built up nicely. This is a beautiful blue and I don't have one like it in my collection. This is a highly pigmented shade though so be sure to apply a base coat to prevent staining.
Overall, Having two reds in the mix was a little weird but at least you have two different ones to chose from and although most of the colors aren't really unique, I think they are beautiful and will definitely be using them in some fall art manis. Be sure to use one or two coats of base coat under the darker, highly pigmented ones as well! Can't wait to try the second half of the collection today so stay tuned for that post tomorrow!
You can purchase the "Focus" collection in full size for $54, minis for $42 or individual full sizes for $9 each.