Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Zoya Summer 2018 Sunshine Collection Swatches & Reviews: Part II

*press samples*

Hi guys! I ended up not doing much with my parents this weekend. We ate a lot and binged some shows on Netflix. We finished the show Staircase and it was so weird because I knew nothing about the case yet I live about 20 minutes from Durham now. The whole thing went down back in 2001, but the case wasn't fully "settled" until 2017. If you haven't seen it, I recommend it. Tonight I have polishes 5-8 to show you from the Zoya Sunshine Collection. These are very pink and red heavy, so I hope you're a fan of those. Follow me for a closer look...

Zoya Karen (3 coats)

Karen is your typical bright candy apple red creme. I've seen other blogs call it poppy red, and I can see that. It was a bit sheer, so I had to use thicker coats for full coverage. I had no issues with it staining the nails, but be careful getting it on the cuticles because it can be hard to remove there. 

Zoya Marigold (3 coats)

If I'm honest, I'd pick Marigold over Karen just because of that shimmer! Marigold has more orange undertones than Karen and has gold shimmer/flakes. That bright base and gold shimmer makes this one hop right up into my top recommendations for the collection. I used 3 thinner coats for full opacity (you may see slight VNL in my photos, but you cannot see it in real life). 

Zoya Minnie (3 coats)

I'm not sure why I don't think of Minnie when I see this polish. Of course, I immediately thought of Minnie Mouse with the red dress, but with a little help from Google, I found out that she has pink outfits as well. That said, Minnie the polish is a coral creme with more pink undertones. I love coral polishes, especially during the summer, so this one also tops my list for the collection. 

Zoya Missy (2 coats)

And lastly we have Missy which is a light cool-toned pink creme. I used 2 coats for the photos above, and I had no formula issues with any of the polishes shown tonight. 

I'll be back soon with the next set of polishes from the Sunshine Collection. Zoya just released a trio of jelly polishes called the Jelly Brites that I'll be showing in the next couple weeks as well. Zoya polishes retail for $10 and you can find out more about them on their websiteFacebookTwitter, or Instagram pages. Keep an eye out for them in your local Ulta store if you want to see the bottles in person before you buy.

*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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