Jacqueline is described as a magnolia nude cream. It's an warm milk type of color with the slightest hint of a shimmer. I love this color, it's incredibly chic and classic. The formula was a little thicker than I would prefer but not terrible. This is two coats with top coat.
Neely is a muted vintage spring green cream. I have lots of polishes in this shade range but this one is a bit unique in its cool paleness. It was a bit on the streaky side for me. This is three coats with top coat.
Blu is a cool pastel baby blue cream. It's a bit stark and looks nice and mod-like against my olive skin tone. This was about as thick as Jacqueline, maybe a bit more buttery. Two coats with top coat.
Piaf is a light to medium forsythia yellow with a metallic shimmer. This screams spring to me and it's a unique color in my collection. The shimmer is almost glass fleck like, very cool. I can imagine it not appealing to everyone, but I really like it. This is two coats with top coat.
GeiGei is a cherry blossom pink with metallic shimmer. I really love this color. It's quite girly and pretty. The metallic is heavy in this so it can get that weird seized appearance if you pile on the coats too quickly so take care. It's also a bit sheer. This is three coats with top coat.
Julie is a light wisteria purple with metallic shimmer. This had the best formula out of the bunch, thin but nice coverage. I also really enjoy how this color looks on me. This is two coats with top coat.
Zoya lacquers are sold on their website www.zoya.com for $8 each. What do you think about this collection? I find them all to be very pleasing and spring-like. Another lovely collection from Zoya ;)
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