Zoya Austin (2 coats)
We’re beginning off with considered one of my prime picks of the gathering, Austin. Whereas it does not seem to be a standard “fall” coloration, it is a good looking medium periwinkle blue cream coloration. It utilized properly in simply 2 simple coats. Since these are all lotions within the assortment, a skinny coat of topcoat was sufficient, and removing was tremendous simple.
Zoya Becca (2 coats)
Up subsequent we’ve Becca which Zoya describes as a blackened fig cream. Truthfully, I do not consider figs by way of the skin, however from the flesh on the within. To me this one simply appears like a deep purple cream. Very conventional, however I can see this being standard for a fall polish. The primary coat was a bit of patchy, but it surely absolutely coated with the second.
Zoya Cooper (2 coats)
You give me a bizarre inexperienced, you realize it should be a favourite. Cooper is a medium warm-toned olive inexperienced cream. This one undoubtedly leans on the yellow facet. It was one other 2 coater and it had a clean components.
Zoya Mila (2 coats)
Mila is a deep maroon cream with berry undertones that could be a very fall shade. The primary coat was a bit uneven, however the second coat fastened this.
Zoya Rumi (2 coats)
The final 2 shades are fascinating selections for a fall assortment. Certain, pinks will be worn any time of yr, however Zoya tends to stay to conventional shades standard for that point of yr. The primary shade is Rumi which is a medium rosey pink cream. Zoya calls it a muted terracotta, however I discover it to be too pink and fewer brown. That is one other shade that had an ideal components in simply 2 coats.
Zoya Viv (2 coats)
Final, however not least we’ve Viv which is the second pink, however undoubtedly a cooler (extra blue-toned) pink than Rumi. To me it appears like Pepto Bismol. 2 coats.
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