To help bring you from the deeper, bolder, and darker colors from the Fall and Winter into the lighter, fresher, softer colors of the Spring, Zoya has created the 6 piece transitional collection called Satin.
The name comes from the finish of the polish, which is incredibly unique. It is not a dulled matte look and it is definitely not the shiny gloss of normal Zoya polishes, but instead, it is somewhere in between.
Let me show you exactly what I mean. Here is Zoya Ana with a matte topcoat and a regular shiny topcoat, with Ana by itself in the middle:
Now let's see the whole collection! These colors are gorgeous. First up, since I already showed you, this is Ana. Though most were fine with two coats, this was the lightest so I used three coats, no topcoat as directed.
Next up, my favorite of the collection, this is Brittany, the softest, satiny pink. I used two coats and topcoat.
This is a good time to talk about the formula. I love it! It is about as thick as a regular creme but applies like a matte or pastel - a little streaky, honestly. However, give it just one second on the nail and it self levels nicely. It's pretty unique and I am def. a fan!
Third, another lighter color, this is Tove. What a cool, concrete gray this is! I know I will grab this over and over again. This is two coats, no topcoat.
There are some slightly darker, duskier shades, too. This green is called Sage and here I have used two coats, no topcoat.
Rowan is arguably the darkest, a husky grey with the slightest touch of purple. Again this is two coats, no topcoat.
Zoya collections just gel so well together that I couldn't resist trying something to use them altogether. This is a base of Rowan and I used the dry brush technique to add the other 5. I topped this with matte topcoat for a dulling effect. What do you think??
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