July 05, 2016

Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches & Review


Zoya Sunsets Collection

Hello readers,
Today I have the Zoya Sunsets collection to share with you.  This collection features a mix of bright summer cremes that are advertised as being one coaters.  They coordinate nicely with the shimmery textures from the Seashells Collection that was released at the same time.  Let's take a look at what they came up with.

Liv


Liv is a bright orchid purple creme.  I used two thin coats to reach an opaque finish.  This formula was very easy to work with and I didn't have any issues with streaks or bald spots.  The polish dries to a shiny finish on its own but I added top coat for longevity.  Photos show two coats of Liv with one coat of Zoya Armor top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches

Cam


Cam is a super bright but not quite neon orange creme.  The formula on this one was a little trickier to work with.  I noticed that I tended to get sheer spots where first touched the brush to the nail, and as a result used three thin coats to get an even opaque finish.  You could probably get away with two if you made the second coat a bit thicker.  This polish also had a very shiny finish.  Photos show three coats of Cam with one coat of Zoya Armor top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches

Brynn


Brynn is a bright medium pink creme.  The formula was easy to work with and took two coats to become opaque.  It dried shiny on its own but I added top coat for longevity.  Photos show two coats of Brynn with one coat of Zoya Armor top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches

Dixie


Dixie is a neon creme that sits on the border of red and pink.  The formula was similar to Cam, though a tad more pigmented.  I only needed two coats but I did have to keep an eye out for sheer spots.  Photos show two coats of Dixie with one coat of Zoya Armor top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches

Ness


Ness is a jade green creme.  I found the formula a bitter thicker than the rest of collection, though if you are patient it will self-level just fine.  Other than waiting a little longer for a smooth finish, I didn't experience any other issues.  Photos show two coats of Ness with one coat of Zoya Armor top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches

Dory


Dory is a bright cornflower blue creme.  This shade had a great formula and I didn't experience any issues during application.  I used two coats to get an even finish.  Photos show two coats of Dory with one coat of Zoya Armor top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

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Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches Zoya Sunsets Collection Swatches

Conclusion

Overall this is a solid creme collection and features some fun bright shades for summer.  Though there weren't any one coaters for me, the formulas were quite pigmented and I think they would make decent stamping polishes as well.  You can find these polishes along with two new lipsticks and the Seashells collection of matching PixieDusts on


Happy polishing,

Michelle

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