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Zoya: Fall 2015 Focus & Flair Collections Swatches & Review

Posted on Aug 25, 2015

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Hello hello!  Today I have Zoya’s collections for Fall!  The more Fall collections I receive, the more excited I get for it to be Fall already!  Bring on the cozy clothes, cooler weather and the beautiful colors!  Hopefully this gets you in the mood for Autumn too!

Focus Collection

“Charli” is an army green creme.  2 coats.

Zoya Charli | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Desiree” is a cool-toned dark brown creme.  2 coats.

Zoya Desiree | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Sia” is a bright medium blue creme.  2 coats.

Zoya Sia | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Hannah” is a warm-toned red creme.  2 coats.

Zoya Hannah | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Lidia” is a deep aubergine creme.  2 coats.

Zoya Lidia | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Janel” is a cool-toned medium red creme.  2 coats.

Zoya Janel | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

Flair Collection

“Aggie” is a bronze metallic that shifts to green and gold in certain light.  2 coats.

Zoya Aggie | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish Zoya Aggie | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Cinnamon” is a warm-toned brown metallic.  2 coats.

Zoya Cinnamon | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Tris” is a sage-toned gunmetal metallic with some scattered warm shimmer.  2 coats.

Zoya Tris | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Ember” is warm-toned red that could lean more red or more orange depending on your skintone.  2 coats.

Zoya Ember | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Estelle” is a shimmering cobalt blue metallic.  2 coats.

Zoya Estelle | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

“Giada” is a shimmering dark purple metallic.  2 coats

Zoya Giada | Fall 2015 Flair Collection | Peachy Polish

Like you’d expect from Zoya, these all gave great formulas!  With the exception of Giada, all the metallics have the tendency to show brush strokes so the fewer strokes you do the better.  Even though the brush strokes didn’t self level, they weren’t super apparent and didn’t really bother me.

Zoya polishes can be purchased on their website and at Ulta, as well as other E-tailers and retailers!  Zoya puts on some great promotions so make sure you follow them on Instagram and Facebook to keep tabs on the deals!

My favorites have to be “Charli”, “Cinnamon” and “Sia”!  Which polishes are calling to you?

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