Thursday, July 4, 2024

Zoya Spring 2024 Bloom Collection Swatches and Reviews

 *press samples*

Happy 4th of July to my American readers! There's nothing like a nice Spring Collection to show during the summer. Oops, I'm a little late on this one. Good thing Zoya keeps their collections around, so you can still pick up any of these shades on their website. Right now they have a deal going on where you can buy any 10 polishes from this page for just $25 with code July24 through July 7, 2024. This 6-piece collection features 3 of their glitter shades and 3 of their rich creams. Shall we get a closer look? 

Zoya Fleur (2 coats)

Up first we have one of my favorites from the collection which is Fleur. It's a bright bubblegum pink cream with Barbie vibes. This one applied flawlessly in just 2 easy coats. If you want a nice, standard pink, Fleur is for you. 

Zoya Hyacinth (3 coats)

Up next we have Hyacinth, which is the first of the 3 glitter polishes from the collection. I'm a bit torn on these to be honest. I found them to be a bit light on the base color, which made them all need 3 coats for full coverage. The problem with this is that I found them to be a bit patchy on application. They also dry with lots of texture from all the glitter. Hyacinth is a light pink base with pink and white glitters, and I found this one to be the most patchy of the 3. 

Zoya Phoebe (2 coats)

Phoebe is another pink cream, but this one is a bit darker and on the coral side. Like Fleur, this was also a 2-coater and was a breeze to apply and remove. 

Zoya Rhiannon (3 coats)

I found Rhiannon to be a little easier to apply and was less patchy than Hyacinth, but it was still a little thick. It's a light blue base with aqua and white glitter. This one also dried with texture, so I'd use a glitter grabber to fill in those gaps before a topcoat. 

Zoya Violetta (3 coats)

The final glitter shade from the collection is Violetta which is a light lavender base with aqua and rose gold glitters. I really wanted to love this one, but it had that patchy application like Hyacinth. If you look closely, you can see some bald spots on a few of my nails. Pretty color, but you need to be careful with application.

Zoya Zaria (2 coats)

The last shade from the collection is Zaria which is a bright raspberry pink cream with some reddish undertones. Very rich color. I used 2 thin coats for full opacity in the swatches.

The creams are really the stars of the show here. Looking at the polishes in the bottle, I fully expected to love the glitter polishes more. What are your thoughts on the polishes? You can find out more about Zoya on their websiteFacebookTwitter, or Instagram pages. They often have sales (just check the sale at the beginning of the post), 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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