Mainstream Swatch and Review - Zoya Bridal Bliss (Part II)

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Hello lovely readers. Today I have the remaining six shades from the Zoya Bridal Bliss collection, as well as some bridal nail art.

Early in 2018, Zoya put together a bridal collection comprised of 11 older shades plus one new shade, Brighton. You can fine my review of Brighton, Chantal, Erika, Leia, Loretta, and McKenna here.

The second have of the collection features some more neutrals as well as a classic bridal white, purple, and blue.

Avril
This is a glossy pink creme, with a touch of brown undertones. The formula is a bit streaky and translucent, taking up to three coats to self-level and become opaque.

Shown are three thin coats plus glossy top coat.

Zoya Avril




Abby
This pastel lavender creme first debuted in Spring 2017 as part of the Charming collection. The formula is nice, covering and self-leveling in two easy coats.

Shown are two coats plus glossy top coat.

Zoya Abby




Bela
This is a sheer, baller slipper pink crelly that was immortalized in Natalie Portman’s 2010 movie Black Swan! It needs several coats to build up, due to it being sheer. I was able to achieve my desired opacity with three generous coats.

Shown are three coats plus glossy top coat.

Zoya Bela




Blu
This is a pastel baby blue creme that first debuted in Spring 2013 as part of the Lovely collection. The formula is nice, covering and self-leveling in two easy coats.

Shown are two coats plus top coat.

Zoya Blu




Snow White
This is described on Zoya’s website as a pure white creme, which I agree with! The formula is a bit runny, taking up to three coats to self-level and cover.

Shown are three coats plus glossy top coat.

Zoya Snow White




Rue
This creme is a touch darker/browner compared with Avril and first debuted as part of the Naturels 2014 collection. The formula is nice, covering and self-leveling in two coats.

Shown are two coats plus top coat.

Zoya Rue




Bridal Looks

Half-moon sparkly bridal look

I created this look by applying Brighton over Erika and adding Bela on my negative space half-moons.



French tips bridal look
I wore this classic manicure on my wedding, and I recreated it here using Bela and Snow White.



Overall, these curated polishes will definitely appear to the classic bride and those of us who gravitate towards neutrals and soft colors.

I love the new girl on the block Brighton and I was thrilled to discover some older shades like Erika, Avril, and Rue.

These retail for $10 US and are available here.

What do you think of this collection, and what is your dream bridal look? I would love to read your comments below!

These were sent to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.



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12 comments

  1. Abby and Blu are the ones I'm very attracted to.

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  2. We had the same favorites. I love Rue!

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  3. I like that they curated a collection to make it easier for brides to find their perfect shade for their wedding! I would have liked to have seen a more intense blue though for toes!

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  4. Abby is my personal pick today but overall, this is a gorgeous collection

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  5. Thank you for the beautiful swatches.

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  6. You got Bela to build up so well! It looked like absolutely nothing on me :(

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  7. I have Rue and I adore it! I really like your French tip look!

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  8. All these are perfect for brides and bridesmaids. I especially love Rue - ideal for work!

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  9. Such beautiful colors and even more beautiful swatches. I am loving Rue.. :)

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  10. Your nails are so pretty. The shape and colors both!

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  11. I always like soft beautiful nail collections.

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