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Introducing an extension of Zoya’s original Naturel Collection is 6 new deeper and creamier colors for fall called Naturel Deux!


I was extremely happy with the entire collection.  Each color applied evenly and smooth.  Apply 1 – 2 coats for a flawless finish.  If you’re looking for an every day nude nail polish to wear then this collection should fill your urge!  Between this collection and the original Naturel collection you should be well covered for nail polish neutrals this fall!

Loving all the colors especially the berries!  Also try these colors with a matte top coat or even matte french tips for a cool non shiny look!

The berry tones : Madeline, Aubrey & Marney are warmer tones where as the neutral beige and chocolate colors Spencer, Chanelle & Emilia lean towards the cooler side of the color wheel.

Check out the swatches below!


Spencer – $9/ bottle (US)

ZP742 – Spencer: Camel Cream, Full Coverage Formula.

Spencer - Zoya Naturel Deux

Chanelle – $9/ bottle (US)

ZP743 – Chanelle: Toasted Almond, Full Coverage Formula.

Chanelle Zoya Naturel Deux Swatch

Emilia – $9/ bottle (US)

 ZP744 – Emilia: Dark Chocolate, Full Coverage Formula.

Emilia Zoya Naturel Deux Swatch

Madeline – $9/ bottle (US)

 ZP747 – Madeline: Muted Rose, Full Coverage Formula.

Madeline - Zoya Naturel Deux

Aubrey – $9/ bottle (US)

ZP746 – Aubrey: Medium Mauve Cream, Full Coverage Formula.

Aubrey Zoya Naturel Deux

Marnie – $9/ bottle (US)

 ZP745 – Marnie: Deep Warm Plum, Full Coverage Formula.

Marney Zoya Naturel Deux


Each color from the Zoya Naturel Deux Collection is available now!

You can find Zoya nail polish online at, Ulta Beauty Stores or on Amazon.  Check out the direct shopping links provided above for each color!


Which one’s your favorite?  Mine would probably be Marnie or Aubrey!

PS… don’t forget to register to win 3 pixie dust colors from Zoya in my Zoya Summer Pixie Dust Giveaway!  Last chance to enter is August 30th!

Register To Win!

(Photo Credits:  Nails by Holly for The Trendy Nail)
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