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Happy New Year Nail Enthusiasts!

Today’s post is focused on a brand new collection recently launched by Zoya.  If you’re not familiar with the brand, well here’s a little background.

Since 1993, Zoya Nail Polish and Treatments has provided quality, long-wearing formulations that are free of potentially toxic ingredients. Here’s how the battle against artificial and toxic products was won…

As owner of the country’s first Natural Nail and Skin Spa and the first to develop a “Big 3 Free” formula of nail polish.  Continuing the commitment to providing safe and effective products has soldiered on with Zoya once again leading the way with the removal of formaldehyde resins and camphor to create the first “Big 5 Free” nail polish brand.

Find the Zoya Naturel Nail Polish Collection and over 300 stunning BIG5FREE* Zoya colors on Each and every color has a name as unique as the women who inspired it.

So, without further ado… here are your 6 Shades in the 2014 Naturel Collection by Zoya!

Each shade is 5Free and $9 / bottle.
All of my swatches are shown with 2 coats of polish and 1 top coat.

Zoya Nail Polish in Chantal
This is the lightest of the 6 shades.  Just a tad streaky but after the second coat it evens out.  If you’re looking for a barely there color then Chantal is a great choice!

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Zoya Nail Polish in Taylor

Just a tad bit deeper than Chantal, Taylor is another great natural nude shade.  I personally would rather wear these shades in the summer with a tan because they’re so close to my skin tone.  But another really pretty warm beige.  A little streaky at first like Chantal.

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Zoya Nail Polish in Rue

Rue is one of my favorites.  A really pretty soft shade of mauve.  I absolutely adore this color.  Great for all seasons… applied smooth and wears great!

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Zoya Nail Polish in Brigitte

Another favorite Brigitte has a bit more pigment and casts a really pretty soft milky mauve.  Wears great, no streaks another GO2 for all seasons!

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Zoya Nail Polish in Odette

Odette… a pretty violet.  If you love purple… this is a great shade.  No streaks and great wear!

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Zoya Nail Polish in Normani

Normani.. a pretty shade of brown.  It appears a bit darker than in this photo.  Although I’m not a huge fan of brown it’s definitely one of those colors that’s great for fall and winter.  No streaking and opaque like the rest of the collection.

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Overall I am very pleased with this collection.  My favorite shades are Taylor, Rue, Brigitte and Odette.  Join in the conversation.  I’d love to know which are your favorite shades from the Zoya Naturel Collection?

Hope you enjoyed the post.  The entire Naturel Collection can be purchased online at ,  Ulta Beauty or


(Photo Credits: Nails by Holly for The Trendy Nail)
Disclosure: The products used in this post were provided by the manufacturer. For more info view my Disclosure Policy


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