Hello lovely readers! I'm starting 2017 with a review of Zoya's Naturel 3 collection and a giveaway of 3 coordinating Zoya Lipstick shades.
The new Zoya Naturel 3 collection is comprised of six, easy-to-wear cremes. Zoya described this collection palette is a perfectly balanced array of low to high impact neutrals. And of course, all of the polishes are 10-free with the smooth formula Zoya's cremes are well known for.
This creme is described by Zoya as a medium light nude cream with a warm base. It may have a bit too much yellow and I found it to clash against my olive skin tone. This is the lightest shade in the collection and requires at least 2 coats for self-leveling. Shown below are 2 coats plus glossy top coat.
This polish is described by Zoya as a described as a light pink nude creme. It does has a bit more of a pink, warm undertone in person, and I love this against my skin tone. This and the shades below can be worn as 1 generous coat, if applied carefully. Shown below are 2 coats plus top coat.
This polish is described by Zoya as a lighter mauve cream nude, and I agree with this description 100%. This is another one of my favorites from this collection. Show are 2 coats plus top coat.
This polish is described by Zoya as a medium raisin creme. It does has some purple undertones but it is a brown shade. Shown are 2 coats plus glossy top coat.
This polish is described by Zoya as a medium brown neutral creme, and it is the darkest shade of brown in the collection. Shown are 2 coats plus glossy top coat.
This polish is described by Zoya as a plum brown creme, and it is the darkest shade in the collection and the shade with the reddest undertones. This is another one of my favorites. Shown are 2 coats plus top coat.
Zoya has curated 3 of their medium-wear, classic lipstick cream formula to coordinate with the Naturel 3 nail polish collection. All of the 3 lipsticks shown below had a nice, creamy formula and are shown on my forearm.
This lipstick is described by Zoya as a deep plum with a subtle fuchsia fleck in a modern matte finish. I was expecting this to be a vampy red, but indeed it is more if a plum color.
This lipstick is described by Zoya as an ultra-wearable blush rose lipstick with a hydrating, satin cream finish. It is a shade of pink that I think will work with most skin tones.
This lipstick is described by Zoya as a creamy nude lipstick with a hydrating, satin cream finish. This is indeed nude, perhaps, too nude against my skin tone! I would like to try this lipstick in the summer when I am more tanned.
Overall, I love this collection and I think it is a nice transitional collection. I don't think that all shades will work for everyone, but there are definitively 2 to 3 shades that everyone will love. My favorites are Zoya's Mary, Jill, and Debbie and I will be wearing Zoya Paisley year-round!
The polishes are available at Zoya and other US beauty retailers and retail for $10 US. The lipsticks retail for $12 US.
What do you think of this collection? Will you be getting some of these? Please leave a comment and enter the giveaway below!
I had already been sent these 3 polishes along with others to review so I wanted to giveaway the duplicates to one of my readers as a little thank you for your support these past 2.5 years! You can enter the giveaway via Rafflecopter here on my blog. Please read the rules below before entering:
1. All entrants must be 18 years of age or older.
2. Open to US entrants only.
3. Fraudulent and giveaway accounts will be disqualified.
4. Giveaway will run from 1/4/2017 through midnight CST on 1/17/2016.
5. One winner will be notified via email provided in the first entry. The winner will have 48 hours to claim the prize after being notified. If the prize isn't claimed within 48 hours, another winner will be chosen.
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7. The prize consists of unused, brand new press samples sent to me by the manufacturer.
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The products featured here were sent to me free of charge for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.
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