Friday, February 19, 2016

Right on the Nail ~ Zoya Transitional 2016 Whispers Collection Swatches and Reviews: Part I

*press samples*

Hi guys! TGIF! Do you have any special plans? I don't have anything special planned, but that's ok with me. Tonight I have the first three polishes from the Whispers Collection from Zoya. These are all soft cremes that are perfect for spring. Let's look a little closer at these polishes.

Zoya April (2 coats)

April is a nude creme polish with pink undertones. Even though I have warm, yellow undertones in my skin, I feel that April still works. The color was a little sheer, but I was able to get away with just 2 heavy coats. I also found that the formula was a little thinner than other Zoya polishes, but it wasn't too watery or anything. 

Zoya Cala (2 coats)

Cala ended up being a surprise favorite from the collection. I certainly wasn't expecting this for sure. It's a yellow-toned nude creme that I think works really well with my skin. If you are really cool-toned, I'm not sure if this will work quite as well. Swatches shown above are just 2 easy coats. 

Zoya Eastyn (2 coats)

I don't know anyone named Eastyn, but that's how it goes with about half of the Zoya names chosen for their polishes. There still isn't an Audrey (my name), but perhaps they are holding off because China Glaze already has For Audrey. Do they have your name? Ok, back to Eastyn. It's a taupe creme with a hint of lavender. I love neutrals that look like this. The polish self-leveled nicely and needed just 2 coats for full coverage.

Stick around for the second installment because there are some special colors ahead. These retail for $10 and you can find out more about them on their websiteFacebookTwitter, 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*

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