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Zoya Satins nail polish collection

I’m glad I swatched this collection before  all of my nails went and broke on me. Figures. When I make very little effort to take care of my nails, they do just fine. But the second I want polish them on a regular, they all break on me. Totally a first world problem, I know, but it sucks. This collection, however…doesn’t suck and I was so grateful to get a press sample of it.

Zoya Satins Collection

Very appropriate shades for a winter collection, right?

Zoya Claudine

Claudine is a striking dark meteorite gray metallic. Applying this baby was a dream and I achieved full opacity with only one coat. And it’s such a stunning color. I’ve seen gray metallics before but never one that has such a beautiful and shimmery finish.

Zoya Channing

Channing is a coppery red metallic and something tells me that one of my favorite fashion bloggers, Channing in the City, would love this shade. When I think of Thanksgiving and fall, a shade like this comes to mind. Very appropriate for the season!

Zoya Mason

Mason is an exciting red violet or “Fandango Pink” metallic. Don’t ask me what Fandango Pink is. I’m far too lazy to Google it, but honey, what a beautiful shade! I don’t get too excited over pinks but this is the kind of pink that I can roll with.

Zoya Maria-Luisa

Maria-Luisa is a pretty gold cellophane accent topper. Of course, this shade is intended to be layered over another nail polish color. I applied it over Mason and it’s just so pretty!

Zoya Giovanna

Giovanna totally photographed somewhat off (my camera sucks at really capturing teal-ish shades) but this emerald green metallic is deep, rich and awesome. It also stains the nails so be sure to use a base with this one.

Zoya Neve

Neve is a sapphire blue metallic and at one glance it looks blue and at another, it looks like a sparkling purple. Such a pretty shade. My mother, being the purple lover that she is, would looooove this one.

 

Another winner from Zoya. I don’t have any complaints. Each nail polish applied beautifully and I’m loving the unexpected shades. You can snag this nail polish collection from Zoya.com for $48 for the entire collection or $8 for each polish. Check out my review of the Cashmere collection, the other collection that launched with the Satins collection.

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  • http://beautifulwithbrains.com gio

    I love Giovanna! So pretty!

    • Brittany

      Isn’t it? :)

  • http://www.hellomissniki.com Niki

    How gorgeous! Love Claudine and Maria-Luisa!

    • Brittany

      Pretty, right???

  • http://www.spontaneouschick.com/ Aleya Bamdad

    These colors are all very pretty. Loving Neve.

  • http://www.sohoaccessories.com sohoaccessories

    It is very true, I find also the more you fuss your nails the worst they become. I took off my wraps and my nails are terrible. Vitamin e rubbed in is a great cure all for nails and cuticles. Just stick a pin in a capsule and do all 10 nails everyday.

    • Brittany

      Good ole’ Vitamin E. I LOVE that stuff!

  • http://beautyandthebeatblog.com Margo

    Ooooh! So pretty!

  • http://themakeuptrain.com Chris

    I love Mason (even though I own many of her sisters). :)