Hi guys, I hope you enjoy the new layout! I've been wanting something special for a long time, but for some reason put it off. Please let me know your thoughts. Anyway, tonight I have the first part of the Zoya Fall Flair Collection to show you. I am extremely impressed with these, so let's go ahead and get started after the break.
Zoya Aggie (2 coats)
At first I forgot that Aggie is a nickname for Agatha. Is it bad that I automatically thought of the nickname for people in agriculture (Texas A&M anyone?) I guess it's fitting since it is the start of college football, right? Aggie is a gold shimmer with a strong green flash. I don't own Chanel Peridot to compare, but others have shown that they are not dupes at all. I love this one and got tons of compliments. I found that all polishes in the collection applied really well in just 2 coats. I have no complaints at all (good job, Zoya!)
Zoya Cinnamon (2 coats)
I don't know anyone named Cinnamon, do you? Well, I once had a bird named Cinnamon so there's that. Anyway, Cinnamon is a deep chocolate brown shimmer. Some people aren't fans of browns, but that just means more for me! There are a few brushstrokes, but it is more noticeable in pictures than in real life. Pictures shown are 2 easy coats.
Zoya Ember (2 coats)
The last color for tonight is Ember which is a red color with gold shimmer. It reminds me a bit of something OPI would release for Christmas, right? Ugh, OPI and their 12-piece red collections. Even though reds are not my favorite, Ember fits really well with the collection. I'm sure this will be a favorite for many. It had a great consistency and was opaque in just 2 coats.
Well, what do you think so far? If you are interested in any of these, you can participate in the Zoya exchange going on now until Sept. 12th for discounted polishes. These retail for $9 and you can find out more about them on their website, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages.
*These polishes were provided by the company or PR representative. All reviews are based solely on my opinion. For more information, please see my full disclosure at the bottom of the site*