Zoya Innocence Spring 2019 Collection Swatch and Review

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Hello lovely readers! I think this has been the longest break I’ve taken from blogging in the past 5 years. But I still have polish, nail art, and beauty products to share with you, so let’s get to it!

Today I’m sharing swatches of the Zoya Innocence Spring 2019 collection. Continue reading after the jump for a full review.

This collection was released Spring 2019 and features 6 polishes: Aires, Agnes, Birch, Evette, Fern, and Theo.

There are 5 cremes in mostly neutral dusty shades and one shard glitter topper. These colors can be mixed and matched and worn year-round.

Aire
This a dark-leaning cornflower blue creme. The formula, as the rest of the cremes in this collection, self-levels and becomes fully opaque in 2 easy coats.

Shown below are 2 coats and glossy top coat.


Nail polish swatch of a blue nail polish Zoya called Aire
Zoya Aire






Agnes
This is a nude blushed pink creme, and the only nude shade in the collection. The formula on this one is a little bit streaky, yet it self-levels and covers in 2 coats.

Shown below are 2 coats plus glossy top coat.


Swatch of a pink blush nail polish by Zoya called Agnes
Zoya Agnes






Birch
This is a soft lavender creme with gray undertones. The formula is nice, sled-leveling and becoming opaque in 2 coats.

Shown below are 2 coats plus glossy top coat.


Swatch of a light purple lavender nail polish by Zoya called Birch
Zoya Birch






Evette
This is a dusty grape purple creme that covers and sled-levels nicely.

Shown below are 2 coats plus glossy top coat.


Swatch of a purple nail polish by Zoya called Evette
Zoya Evette






Fern
This is a dusty sage creme, and the only green shade in the collection. This polish features a subtle pearlescent shimmer.

Shown below are 2 coats plus glossy top coat.


Swatch of a sage green nail polish by Zoya called Fern
Zoya Fern






Theo
This is the only textured polish in the collection, and it features gray, sliver, and blue shard flakies. I prefer using it as a topper, and it pairs nicely with Fern.

Shown below is one coat over Fern plus glossy top coat.


Swatch of a nail polish glitter topper by Zoya called Theo over a sage green polish
Zoya Theo





Overall, the polishes in this 6-piece collection offer great shades that will transition from winter to spring or summer to fall. The formulas are also all nice, and what I have come to expect from Zoya.

These polishes are available here and retail for $10 US each.


The products featured here was sent to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.


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