Zoya Naturel Satin 2015 Transitional Collection
You can buy these for $9 each or the sampler for only $54. You can buy them here.
Leah is described as a lavender tinged taupe. I think it only leans lavender in the sunlight. Of course, in Pittsburgh it is sooo not sunny so all you get is my pretty indoor lamps.
Overall, this is a super pretty color and it goes on opaque and beautiful in two coats.
This color is describes as a creamy suede taupe. Yes! This is the perfect description. I really like this color. It is the perfect satin nude and neutral color.
This also applied really easily with two coats.
Sage is described as a mossy sage green. This is a really pretty light green and gleams a little darker in direct sun.
Misty slate grey is the way Zoya describes this color. I think it leans a little blue, but it has that grey that I loooove so much there still. I really like this color. It is probably my favorite from the collection. I am a sucker for a great grey and this is one of them.
I am wearing two coats in the picture just for my own personal preference. I am a two coater girl!
Brittany is a rose and mauve colored cream as described as by Zoya. I think this description is pretty right on. This is a really pretty, delicate pink. It's dainty and a great color.
Again, this polish was applied with two coats just to ensure full coverage.
Lastly, I have Ana which Zoya describes as a light toasted almond. This is like a creamy, cream color. It's very delicate just like the rest of the colors in the collection.
I did use two coats for this one for full coverage because it was a little light with just one.
There's been a lot of controversy over this collection and I can say that I absolutely loved it. I didn't have any problems with drying times. For me, the coats dried rather fast. I didn't have any issues with staying power. I had no early chipping, no streaking, no weird pulling. I loooooved this collection. I applaud Zoya for putting out a great set of polishes.