First is Charli, she is a dusty taupe with a touch of green. This makes me think of camouflage, a great neutral color and kinda "ugly-pretty". Fabulous formula, thicker in a good way and opaque in one coat. I almost always do two though out of habit.
Desiree is a gorgeous classic sable brown crème. This one also had a very good formula, opaque in 2 smooth easy coats. It dries a bit darker than it looks in the bottle. I actually love brown nail polish and I need to wear it more!
Next we have Hannah, a classic bright red with a neutral undertone. Another great formula, opaque in two coats. This makes me think of cherry pie and America!
Janel is another red, but she is darker with a warmer tone. Same experience, great application and opaque in two coats. This is a lovely red for Fall, not too deep and not too bright.
Here is Lidia, my new favorite dark purple! Pretty and vampy but you can still tell it's purple and not black. It was thinner than the other crèmes in the collection, streaky on the first coat but evens out on two really nicely. I love the reddish tone of this, it is so flattering!
Sia is last and might just be the superstar of the collection, everyone loves a great true blue right? Well I sure do. This is thicker and nearly opaque in one coat; I used two. I didn't have any staining with this, but Zoya recommends using a good base coat to prevent it so I would heed their words.
These are available for purchase on the Zoya website now for $9 each and the set for $54. I noticed they also have a mini set available for both collections, selling for $30, which is cool and something new! I really enjoy the Zoya mini bottles, as I've mentioned before. Are you in the market for any of these rich colors for the Fall?
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