Zoya released a brand new collection featuring 12 amazing shades for Summer 2020! I recently received samples and I have to say I am totally pumped to try out all these shades!
Zoya’s Splash Summer 2020 Collection is available now at zoya.com and as always they are a *10 FREE FORMULA: FORMULATED WITHOUT FORMALDEHYDE, FORMALDEHYDE RESIN, DIBUTYL PHTHALATE, TOLUENE, CAMPHOR, TPHP, PARABENS, XYLENE, ETHYL TOSYLAMIDE and LEAD.
ZP1031 Eclipse – Zoya in Eclipse can best be described as a glistening silver with holographic rainbow sparkles. Wear her alone for a sheer wash of glimmer, or layer with any Zoya shade to make a colorful splash!
ZP1032 Jodi – Zoya in Jodi can best be described as a pale ice-cream pink cream.
ZP1033 Emma – Zoya in Emma can best be described as a starfish coral cream with a touch of pink undertone.
Zoya in Leilani can best be described as a glistening pink grapefruit with gold micro-shimmer.
ZP1035 Celi – Zoya in Celi can best be described as a sweet cherry red with gold micro-shimmer.
ZP1036 Greta – Zoya in Greta can best be described as a ripe tomato red cream.
ZP1037 Kristie – Zoya in Kristie can best be described as a deep magenta popsicle pink cream.
ZP1038 Jessica – Zoya in Jessica can best be described as an African violet cream.
ZP1039 Maren – Zoya in Maren can best be described as a vibrant nautical blue cream.
Zp1040 Harbor – Zoya in Harbor can best be described as a tropical emerald sea green cream.
ZP1041 Fisher – Zoya in Fisher can best be described as a sun-kissed seafoam with a stunning gold micro-shimmer. A shade that is reminiscent of warm days on the beach
ZP1042 Corinna – Zoya in Corinna can best be described as a naked blush with a kiss of golden sheen. A delicate and fresh – yet sexy neutral for Summer.
love the Zoya in Leilani nail polish, that’s a must have <3
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Wow! These are perfect for summer indeed! A very cute collection. I want to try Celi, I’m a fan of red polishes with glitters. Thanks for sharing!
These do look interesting 😀