First is Cecilia, a seriously gorgeous classic teal crème. Great, easy formula. This is two coats. I was afraid there would be staining on this, I didn't notice any during swatching but you still might use two coats of base just in case.
Demetria is a vibrant poppy red. The formula on this was on the side of being a crelly but it was still opaque in two coats. I'm warming up a lot to reds these days, I can see myself wearing this soon!
Next we have Jace, a muted tropical olivey green crème. I love this color! It's very different from most greens that I have. This one also seemed a bit more sheer and crelly-like on the first coat but it was opaque in two.
Nana seems like a weird name for this bright magenta, but it doesn't diminish the pretty. Also has a great formula, opaque in two smooth coats.
This is Serenity, a bright yet muted cool toned purple crème. Not super unique, close to a few other purples that have come out recently. This was great in two, easy creamy coats.
Talia is the last in this collection, it's a bright, pigmented medium turquoise blue crème. The formula on this one was a bit thicker than the others and it does stain a little. I would recommend at least two layers of base coat to avoid smurfy fingers. This is two coats.
These are available on Zoya's website for $9 each. What do you think of this collection? Kinda different than the colors everyone else is doing for the season this year. I like them a lot, they are great shades to have in any polish lover's stash. Stay tuned for the other Zoya summer collection coming up soon!
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