Hey dolls! Today I have the last installment of the fall collections from Zoya, the Satins. This collection consists of five jewel toned shades and one glitter. I love these types of shades for the fall on both my nails and in my wardrobe! The formula on each was pretty consistent with what we’re used to from Zoya; easy to control and self-leveled nicely. Let’s get to the photos!
Giovanna is described as an emerald green metallic. I love this shade and have worn it twice already (you may remember it from my neon stud look). Giovanna was opaque in two coats.
Channing is described as rusty or coppery red metallic. This shade leans more orange on me thankfully! The formula was nice, but you do have to apply it carefully to minimize brush strokes. Channing was well pigmented and two coats, along with top coat, were used below. I can’t look about this polish without thinking about the hilarious song I Wanna Channing All Over Your Tatum by Jamie Foxx, Channing Tatum, and Jimmy Kimmel!
Mason is described as an exciting red violet. This shade has so much depth. I didn’t realize it had purple shimmer until I took photos. Mason is another favorite from this collection. Two coats were used.
Maria-Louisa is described as a gold cellophane accent topper. The gold flakes were very dense and covered the nail easily in one coat. Maria-Louisa is shown over Mason.
Neve is described as a sapphire blue metallic. This shade reads much more purple in real life than it does in photos. Two coats were used below.
Claudine is described as a dark meteorite gray metallic. The formula was flawless! Only one coat, yes just one, was used for opacity.
Overall, I think this is a good collection from Zoya. Jeweled tones are so big in fashion right now, so the Satins collection is on trend. This collection can be purchased here for $8 each.