Swatch It! Zoya Fall 2013 Cashmere Collection

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Zoya Fall 2013 Cashmere Swatches

 Zoya recently launched 12 new colors for you to wear this Fall 2013!

On Friday night I happened to have a bit of spare time from the hours of 12-4am .. normally I’d be sleeping but instead i found myself changing web hosting companies… So, while my files which included my website were moving to their new home I thought to myself… what the heck, there’s no better time than the present.  Might as well start swatching the Fall 2013 collection… So I started with the 6 Cashmere’s for my Mani Monday blog!

Here’s the rundown..

Each color cost $8 and can be purchased at www.zoya.com
Each shade has their own direct link.
Just click on the links below.

Here’s the rundown..

CASHMERES

Hunter (ZP695) – Dark Sea Cream – $8 zoya.com
Flynn (ZP693) – Camel Brown Nude Cream – $8 zoya.com
Livingston (ZP697) – Fall Red Cream – $8 zoya.com
Sailor (ZP696) – Dark Navy Cream – $8 zoya.com
Pepper (ZP685) – Brick Red Cream – (Originally designed for Peter Som/AW13) – $8 zoya.com
Louise (ZP694) – Chocolate Brown Cream – $8 zoya.com

Cashmere - ZOYA

Here’s my “Trendy Nail” Review

Cashmere Collection Rating: ★★★★★

The Cashmere collection is great!  Each color applied smooth and evenly with every stroke. (and i’m not just saying that)
I used 2 coats for each color except for Sailor (Navy Blue) which only needed 1 coat.  (Because I was only trying out the colors for swatch purposes, I didn’t add a top coat… but for a gorgeous shine add one coat of your favorite top coat to seal in the polish.)

They’re all opaque with a smooth creamy finish. There’s absolutely No shimmer.
I even think any one of these colors would look great with a matte top coat.

From one polish-aholic to another… you’ll be able to empathize with me when i say… that it’s hard to choose my favorite!   Each is unique and once the cold weather strikes and I break out my winter clothes.. I can already visualize 6 different outfits that would work well with each color in this collection.

I guess the only color that they’re missing is a shade of purple..  Otherwise… the nail polish wizards at Zoya knocked it out of the park AGAIN!!

Stay tuned for some extraordinary nail art using these fabulous fall colors!

Disclosure:  The polishes mentioned in this post were provided by the manufacturer.  For further details visit my disclosure page.
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