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Zoya Naturel Collection

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Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of the Zoya Naturel collection. These photos are a little delayed because my packaging went missing for about two weeks before it mysteriously showed up at my leasing office after the tracking said it had been signed for while I was out of town. The Naturel collection features six full coverage nudes with slight pink undertones. The formula was the same on each polish; very pigmented, flowed nicely onto the nail without being runny, and was opaque in two coats.

Zoya Chantal is described as a french vanilla cream. This is the lightest shade of the collection. While it’s not the perfect shade for my complexion, this polish has a special place in my heart. Chantal was my French name throughout all of my high school courses.

Zoya Chantal

Zoya Chantal

Zoya Taylor is described as a light toffee cream. This one has a smidge more brown in it. Taylor is one of my favorites from the collection.

Zoya Taylor

Zoya Taylor
Zoya Rue is described as a boudoir blush cream. The name of this polish makes me think of Rue from the Hunger Games. Pardon all of the cuticle oil on my fingers; trying to stay moisturized while swatching.

Zoya Rue

Zoya Rue
Zoya Brigitte is described as a bombshell mauve cream. I really like this shade too. The pink undertones are just right.

Zoya Taylor

Zoya Taylor
Zoya Odette is described as a sultry maroon cream. I like how dusty this shade is.

Zoya Odette Zoya Odette
Zoya Normani is described as a sable mauve cream. This polish would make a great base for a lot of glitters.

Zoya Normani

Zoya Normani

I must admit that I liked the Zoya Naturel collection way more than I thought I would. This collection speaks to my love for neutral shades and great cream formulas. These polishes would also be good for nail art or as bases for glitter. What are your thoughts on this collection? The Zoya Naturel collection can be purchased here for $9 each.

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18 Responses to “Zoya Naturel Collection”

  1. ABOP . says:

    These all look phenomenal on you!

  2. KinksCurlsandLOVE says:

    Can never get enough of the Zoya Natural collection swatches. Ay yi yi all so beautiful. I’m a shade lighter than you and I am scared of Chantal. May look like mannequin hands on me.

    **I just heard that term some time ago and never understood until the natural collection started circulating. Lol.

  3. Lisa N. says:

    This collection has some pretty soft colors!

  4. Alicia Benton says:

    Wow, these are the best swatches of this collection I’ve seen so far! All of them look stunning on you!! I must have Taylor, Rue, & Odette ASAP!

  5. drinkcitra says:

    This is such a beautiful collection! I love how they all look on you!

  6. Marisa (Polish Obsession) says:

    These all look great on you!!! I didn’t expect to like them as much as I did either, but they’re all really nice!

  7. Toya says:

    I MUST buy Taylor and Rue!! (also think of the Hunger Games :) Loving this collex!!

  8. Catherine says:

    Great swatches! I’m trying to decide which polishes to get with their 3 free promo and these swatches were really helpful. I love Rue but have so many similar shades. I may end up getting Taylor or Chantal, though I’m not sure how they’d look on my complexion

  9. […] pretty sure I received this as a part of giveaway. One coat of Sunshine and Red Roses was used over Zoya Rue and China Glaze Ruby Pumps is on the other nails. […]

  10. […] this collection were initially released because the shades were darker and warmer than the previous Naturel collection. I’m pleased to say that I really enjoyed wearing all of these shades. The formula […]

  11. […] my shade of choice lately, so I like this one. I need to see where it falls within the Naturel (1, 2) range of shades. The formula was good and applied well in two […]

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