February 21, 2018

Zoya Bridal Bliss Collection Swatches & Review


Zoya Pastel Jelles collection

Hello readers,
Today I have the Zoya Bridal Bliss collection to share with you. This collection features 11 pale and delicate polishes from previous releases along with one brand new shade. Let's take a look at swatches.

Mckenna

Zoya MckennaZoya Bridal Bliss

Mckenna, originally released in the Sophisticates collection, is a light almond with a subtle pearlescent shimmer. Another great formula with this shade. Two easy coats were needed for full coverage. As you apply this polish, there are temporarily some streaks, but they self level and blend to an even finish without extra intervention. Photos show two coats of Mckenna with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics Glitter Glaze top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Bridal Bliss review

Zoya Bridal Bliss collection

Abby

Zoya AbbyZoya Bridal Bliss

Abby, originally released in the Charming collection, is a pale lavender creme. The formula for this one was much better than Jordan. No issues with application. It looks a tad streaky on the first coat, but layers to a nice opaque finish on the second. Photos show two coats of Abby with one coat of Zoya Armor top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Bridal Bliss review

Zoya Bridal Bliss collection

Blu

Zoya BluZoya Bridal Bliss

Blu, originally released in the Lovely collection, is a pale blue creme. The formula for this one was a bit patchy but despite this, took two coats for full coverage. I found floating the brush for slightly thicker coats definitely helped me get an even finish. Photos show two coats of Blu with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Bridal Bliss review

Zoya Bridal Bliss collection

Leia

Zoya LeiaZoya Bridal Bliss

Leia, originally released as part of the Petals Collection, features a mix of fuchsia, green and gold flecks in a clear base. I used a single coat as a topper here over Blu. This shade dries smooth and shiny on its own, but I added top coat out of habit. Photos show one coat of Leia over Blu with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Leia review

Zoya Leia

Chantal

Zoya ChantalZoya Bridal Bliss

Chantal, originally released as part of the Naturel Collection, is a light beige creme with slight yellow undertones. The formula was a bit streaky on the first coat, but layered up nicely to full coverage on the second. Photos show two coats of Chantal with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Chantal review

Zoya Chantal

Loretta

Zoya LorettaZoya Bridal Bliss

Loretta is a sheer almost clear pale pink-beige. The formula was very easy to apply though very sheer. After three coats there's just the tiniest hint of colour on my nails. I do with this were a bit more pigmented so that I could either use less coats, or get a bit more of a translucent rather than transparent finish if I wished. I didn't use top coat with this one as it dried very shiny on its own. Photos show three coats of Loretta in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Loretta review

Zoya Loretta

Bela

Zoya BelaZoya Bridal Bliss

Bela is a sheer pale pink. The formula was very easy to work with, though sheer (as expected). This wasn't nearly as sheer as Loretta though and I personally prefer this level of coverage for a sheer jelly polish. After three coats my nails still show through but are somewhat blurred. This dries with a squishy and shiny finish so I didn't add top coat. Photos show three coats of Bela in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Bela review

Zoya Bela

Erika

Zoya ErikaZoya Bridal Bliss

Erika features a pale pink base with a strong gold shimmer. The formula was easy to work with and was almost opaque after three coats. My nails lines still show through a tiny bit but if you have shorter nails or a less distinct nail line then you'll likely be able to get full coverage. Photos show three coats of Erika with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Erika review

Zoya Erika

Snow White

Zoya Snow WhiteZoya Bridal Bliss

Snow White is a white creme. I used two coats here. For the first I went for my usual thin application and the for the second coat I floated my brush a litte more than usual for a slightly thicker coat. Whites are tricky in general and this is definitely one of the better ones I've used. Photos show two coats of Snow White with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Snow White review

Zoya Snow White

Avril

Zoya AvrilZoya Bridal Bliss

Avril is a light muted pink creme with mauve-brown undertones. The formula was easy to work with and took three coats for full coverage. It dried slightly less than shiny so I do recommend a glossy top coat for this shade. Photos show three coats of Avril with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Avril review

Zoya Avril

Rue

Zoya RueZoya Bridal Bliss

Rue, originally released as part of the Naturel Collection, is a pale mauve creme. The formula was excellent. Two easy thin coats were needed for full coverage. Photos show two coats of Rue with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Rue review

Zoya Rue

Brighton

Zoya BrightonZoya Bridal Bliss

Brighton, the brand new shade in this collection, is a muted gold scatter holo. The formula was easy to work with and took three coats for full coverage. However, it was so close after two that if you have shorter nails or a less distinct nail line two coats will likely be enough. Photos show three coats of Brighton with one coat of Live Love Polish Quick Dry Top Coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Zoya Bridal Bliss swatch

Zoya Brighton review

Zoya Brighton

Conclusion

My personal favorites are Snow White, Rue and Abby. The Bridal Bliss Collection is available now. You can find Zoya on


Happy polishing,

Michelle

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