First up is Claire, a dark burgundy crème. This is almost on the brown side but it's definitely a red tone, quite deep and warm. Reminds me a little of dried blood, ooooh. Pretty great formula, two coats. I am surprised at how much I liked this on me, not my usual type of color.
Next is Genevieve, a blue grey with a slight pearl type shimmer. The shimmer is pretty much only perceptible in bright light though so it looks like a crème in most lighting to me. Applied a bit draggy. Two coats.
Margo is a red plummy crème. I love this color, it's so yummy and perfect for those who still like brightness on their nails but want to be fall "appropriate". Shiny and smooth. Two coats.
This one is Nyssa, a warm yellowy toned milky brown. When I applied it, it looked like it went on a lot darker than it appeared in the bottle but outside in the sun they look the same, which I thought was interesting. This is two coats.
And here is Ryan, another deep fall blue. Dark enough that in low lights it might appear to be black, but in bright lights it's quite a nice true navy. This one applied a little thick for me, I ended up with a lot on my cuticles and it is a bit of a pain to clean up. I could see this one being a stainer. Two coats.
Last is Veronica, a deep berry red shade. I tend to really like how these shades look on me, but don't wear them too often, which is silly haha. Very creamy and shiny. Two coats.
You can purchase Zoya nail polish from their website or Ulta stores for $9 per bottle. What do you think of these lush crèmes for Fall? I would pick Margo and Claire as my favorites out of these guys. Stay tuned to see my swatches of the Zoya Ignite collection, coming soon!
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.