The most important thing about this collection is that Zoya is finally giving us a nail polish named Brittany!!!! Yes y’all! I’m pretty sure it wasn’t named after me, but I’m excited about it. Not Britney. Not Britnee. Just plain on Brittany. Yeah, I’m a bit of a name snob. Check let’s good at this collection…
I received this for review and this collection is a nice in-between Winter and Spring collection. This hybrid formula is a cross between a gloss and matte and I LOVE how you can reach full opacity with a good 2 coats.
Leah is a lavender tinged taupe cream and I really see more taupe than lavender in this one. Still. It’s murky and has that dirty mop floor water look to it, but I actually really like it.
Brittany is a a rose mauve cream and this baby is a notch away from being a “Grandma” shade. The formula gives it a little funk and I find myself liking it while staring at my nails in a meeting but meh, it is pretty boring. Which sucks because I’m not boring. Argh!
Tove is a misty slate grey cream and I find it to be perfect as I’ve always been a huge fans of greys. Especially greys that lean more to blue than white.
Ana is my favorite shade of the bunch because it’s just so clean! This light toasted almond cream is the perfect interview shade and I found myself reapplying and reapplying it because it is truly a stunning color against my skin tone.
Rowan is a suede taupe cream and it’s the almost darker version of Leah. Somehow I don’t like it as much. But I will still rock it because its strangeness is appealing.
Sage is a mossy sage green cream and absolutely fabulous. I love a murky green and this formula just makes this shade THAT much better.
Naturel Satins is currently available at Zoya.com and you can grab a bottle for $9 or the entire collection for $48.
See any that you like?