2012 SPRING NAIL COLOR by ZOYA
HONESTLY, BEAUTIFUL COLOR
A fresh bloom of dewy color. Inspired by the runway looks of top designers
this collection features slightly muted and unexpected spring shades in six easy to wear,
full-coverage creams and metallics.
(L-R: Bevin, Cho, Farah, Lotus, Skylar, Tru)
Bevin (full coverage, pale sage green cream) is a real beauty. I don’t see it so much as a sage color, as it has a bit of blue to it. It applied rather nicely and only needed two coats to be opaque.
Cho (full coverage, vanilla shimmer metallic) was the only polish from this collection that I didn’t like. I love the color, a warm nude shimmer the shade of french vanilla ice cream, but it wasn’t the best application wise. I used three coats above.
Farah (full coverage, latte beige cream) was great to apply, with the formula being more like Bevin than Cho. I used 3 coats for opacity.
Lotus (full coverage, light lotus purple metallic) is a smoky grape base with beautiful red shimmers. Wonderful application. I only needed two coats on this shade for full opacity.
Skylar (full coverage, silvered slate blue metallic) is a beautiful mid-tone blue with a ton of silver shimmers. Like Lotus, the application was perfect. Only two coats were needed for full opacity.
Tru (full coverage, gilded purple orchid metallic) a more jewel toned purple than Lotus, this polish has a great base and is loaded with bronze shimmers which sometimes flash gold or red. I was good on 2 coats with this one, but I messed up the pinky so I added another coat.
Overall, this is a really nice and wearable collection from Zoya. We see the purples and greens that seem to be the popular Spring 2012 colors as well as the nudes everyone needs and a surprise blue.
My must haves from Zoya True are Skylar, Tru, and Lotus (in that order). Skip Cho… it just wasn’t nice to apply and with all of the other nude polishes out there you can find a similar shade that will apply much nicer. From the Zoya line, try Minka (one of my faves)!
Zoya is the new color of fashion…
Ultra long-wearing, glossy nail lacquers by Zoya are free of harmful industrial
chemicals like toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, resin, dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
that are known to cause cancer and birth defects.
Sug. Retail $8.00 per 0.5 fl.oz. bottle (US)
Available January 13, 2012
Find Zoya TRUE as well as over 300 other ultra high-fashion Zoya shades at www.zoya.com.
As always, each and every Zoya color is made for women so we name them after women.