Monday, October 17, 2022

Zoya Spring 2022 Abundance Collection Swatches and Reviews

 *press samples*

Hello hello! I know, I'm insanely behind on my Zoya swatches, but I should be catching up in the near future. The good news is that Zoya tends to keep their collections around for a long, so you can still pick these up on their website for $12 each (always look out for those great sales they run). This 6-piece set features 5 creams and one shimmer/glitter shade. Shall we go and take a closer peek? 

Zoya Ellis (2 coats)

Up first we've got a vibrant one for you which is Ellis. It's a medium magenta cream that has some berry undertones. It applied perfectly with just 2 coats. It's a classic color, just not one that is often used in spring collections. 

Zoya Elsa (3 coats)

Up next we have the one shimmery glitter polish. Elsa is an icy-blue shimmer that shifts purple with rainbow glitter. You can either use one coat over a base color, or use 3 coats on its own (which is what I did here). This one is much prettier in person, I promise. It may look like it applied a little unevenly, but that's just the bright lighting. Even though it had some glitter, one layer of topcoat should be enough to smooth it all out. 

Zoya Gwen (2 coats)

When you think of a spring collection, a pastel color like Gwen is what you're used to (which isn't a bad thing). Gwen is a soft rose cream that wasn't streaky and applied easily in just 2 coats. 

Zoya Kit (2 coats)

There's nothing wrong with Kit, but it's a bit...traditional? You know what I mean? It's a medium rose cream that I think my grandma wore. I think that means it's a timeless color. It's shown here with 2 thin coats. 

Zoya Lena (2 coats)

Lena is so pretty! It's described as a wisteria purple cream, and I think that's pretty descriptive. I never would have thought of wisteria. This one dries with more of a satin finish, so use a topcoat for that shiny finish. 

Zoya Tyler (2 coats)

Last, but not least we have Tyler which is a deep indigo cream. What is indigo you may ask? It's that color in between blue and violet. This is a lovely shade, but I'd go ahead and make sure you have a good base coat, in case this one stains (I didn't get staining, but it is really saturated). This one applied easily in 2 thin coats.

There you have it! My top picks would have to be Lena and Tyler. You can find out more about Zoya 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. They often have sales, so make sure to check their social media pages periodically. 

*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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