Zoya Delight 2015 Collection Swatches and Review
So, since it's been so freezing cold it's the perfect time to pull out the perfect spring collection. Zoya has the Delight 2015 Collection. It features 3 cremes and 3 metallic finishes.
This is a great collection because it has the two different finishes and a slew of creamy pastels and bright springy, warm colors.
Zoya describes this colors as a "soft spring lavender with a turquoise metallic flash". This is a very delicate color that has a really pretty metallic lean in perfect lighting combination.
I used 2 thick coats with this color. The first coat was very bald, so the second coat was very necessary.
This color is a creamy pastel light green. It is very, bright and light. It is the perfect name for the perfect spring pastel green. If you are a Disney fan (or a parent of a Disney fan like me), you know about the princess Tiana. They match perfectly!!
I used two coats with this color. It was a thick polish so there wasn't any balding, but I always like to use two coats just for good measure.
Zoya describes this metallic part to the collection as "a refreshing ‘lemon meringue’ yellow". This is a really pretty color that actually looks decent on my skin tone. I'm so not a yellow person just because it doesn't look nice at all on my skin tone. I don't know if it's the metallic finish or the turquoise flash, but it actually looks decent. So, if you're like me and not a yellow fan, give this one a try.
I used 2 coats with this one. Again, just to cover the bald spots. The metallics are just a little thin so adding the thicker second coat is a good idea just to make it all look fantastic!
This color is a bright, light blue with a metallic finish. It reminds me a bright blue spring sky. This is a gorgeous blue and if you're a blue lover, you NEED to have this in your collection!!
I used 2 coats, again, with this color just to cover any nude spots this may have. This one, for some reason, was really thin. I would recommend being strategic when placing the color just to ensure full coverage.
Zoya says this color is a "faded aquamarine with a glossy cream finish". This is a gorgeous blue powder bomb that is the perfect spring pastel.
I used 2 coats with this just for my own good and welfare. This was pretty opaque in 1 coat, but just to even everything out, I put on another coat.
This is a classic, Barbie pink creme color. It wants to lean towards it's pastel counterparts, but it's not quite there. At least, that's what I think. I think this is a bright pink creme that is a gorgeous Springy floral color! Think tulips
I used 2 coats, again just for good measure, with this color. I think that I went a little thick with the second coat and I think next time, I would absolutely do two really thin coats.
Overall: This is a really fun collection. I am in love with the two different finishes in this collection. I am also in love with the way Daisy looks on my skin. Any brand that can make a yellow look good on me is a winner in my eyes.
If you are interested in purchasing this collection or individual polishes, you can find them here. You can get them for $9 each or $54 for the sampler.