Today I'm bringing you the much anticipated Zoya Naturel Satin polishes. I've been obsessing over these since I received the press release and I'm happy to report they are as awesome as I'd hoped they'd be. This is Zoya's transitional collection that bridges the gap between winter and spring.
Let's address formula before we talk about each polish. These are Satin finish polishes so they are meant to be worn without topcoat, Zoya describes them as a hybrid between matte and glossy polishes. Each polish is shown with two coats for full coverage. They all apply great and dry quickly, but be sure to let each coat dry before you apply the second to avoid any dragging.
Up first is Tove. Tove is a light slate grey that leans a bit blue depending on the lighting.
Sage is next and the name says it all. Sage is a mossy light green polish. This is such a unique color, love it!!
Brittany, is a rosy mauve polish. This is the darker of the two pinks in the collection.
Leah is a taupe with lavender leanings. I'm loving this unique shade.
Rowan is a light tan/brown polish. This was a surprise love for me!!
Ana is a light pink creme. Zoya describes it as a "light toasted almond creme" but whatever it is, I love it!
Overall I'm loving this collection. Most of these shades are really unique to my collection and I'm happy to have them. I can see these spanning into spring and farther! What do you think of polishes that don't need a topcoat? Fan or not a fan?
Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
*products featured in this post were sent for my honest review