Zoya Delight 2015 Collection Swatches and Review

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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.


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