Saturday, February 27, 2016

Zoya Whispers Collection

*Press Samples*

Hi everyone! Today I have Zoya's newest transitional collection, the Whispers Collection. This collection contains 6 wearable, muted shades that I didn't find to be your typical neutrals (which was very refreshing, so thanks for that Zoya!) This collection is available now in stores where Zoya polishes are sold and online.

I will start off with the disclaimer that pale tones like this tend to really bring out my pink undertones on camera so I'm sorry if my hands look weirdly red and all over the place in these photos. Such is life apparently. *sigh* It does not make for a pretty collage...that's for sure!

Ireland is described as a muted wearable green creme that is a good balance between blue and yellow. Formula was nice and I used 2 coats for full coverage. This is such a nice green, and the softness of it makes it wearable for most people I think (even if you might be a little afraid of greens!). I love that Zoya showed that colors other than nudes can be neutral if done the right way!

Misty is described as an easy to wear taupe creme that is a grey with a touch of green. Formula was nice to apply and I used 2 coats for full coverage. This was a unique shade of taupe ane d I really enjoyed the slight green tinge it has!

April is described as a light, rosy-toned neutral creme that is a modern take on a blush. Formula was a little streaky on the first coat, but it evened out in 3 thin coats. This one definitely complimented my skintone the best of the nudes/neutrals since I have a lot of pink undertones.

Cala is described as a soft nude creme with a kiss of warmth that will flatter most skintones. Formula was nice and I used 2 coats for full coverage. I have to disagree with the description because I didn't find this one to be as flattering on me because of the yellow undertones going on. It wasn't terrible by any means, but wouldn't be my first choice for a nude.

Eastyn is described as a subtle greyed grape creme. Formula was super nice on this one and I used 2 coats for full coverage. This one is slightly warmer in real life (it looks a little strange in my photos) but it was one of my favorites from the collection! This is a super chic shade that I think most people find flattering.

Lake is described as a softened blue creme. Formula was just a teensy bit streaky on the first coat but evened out nicely in 3 thin coats (which was very good for a pastel blue). I love the touch of murkiness in this blue that keeps it from been a stark pastel. It's a super nice shade that I can see wearing all during the spring!

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