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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Zoya Naturel Deux (2) Collection Swatches & Review

Hellooooo there! Today I have Zoya's new Naturel Deux (2) collection. This is the follow up to their first Naturel collection that came out last year with lighter neutral shades. There are six crèmes, three in brown tones and three in mauve tones. Let's take a look!

First is Aubrey, a mid-tone mauve crème. This went on smooth and buttery in two coats. I really like this color, I'm surprised how flattering it is on me.
Zoya - Aubrey //

Next is Chanelle, a toasty warm milky brown. This one is another very flattering shade for me. Great formula, two coats.
Zoya - Chanelle //

Madeline is a soft rose crème. Some might refer to this as a "grandma" color but I don't think of rose colors like that. I think it's classic and feminine and I adore it. This is also two coats.
Zoya - Madeline //

Here is Emilia, a dark chocolate brown. This one dries a tad darker than it looks in the bottle, but I love it. This seems to be a really trendy color for this fall and I am enjoying it. This is two coats.
Zoya - Emilia //

This is Marnie, a warm plummy mauve. I like this a lot too, this is just a really good collection! Two coats.
Zoya - Marnie //

And last is Spencer, a beigey camel crème. I was prepared to dislike this one but it turned out so nice with my skin tone. Almost a "mannequin hands" shade for me. Perfect opacity in two coats.
Zoya - Spencer //

You can purchase these from Zoya's website for $9 each or in some Ulta retail stores. What do you think of this collection? I'm glad they came out with some darker neutral shades for the folks with darker skin tones. I actually liked these a lot more than I expected to, I felt like they were all really flattering. Aubrey and Spencer are my favorites of the collection. Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you next time!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.
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