Zoya Charming Spring 2017 Collection:
Millie – violet shmmery microglitter
Amira – sheer dewy blue microglitter
Lacey – sheer dewy green microglitter
Jordan – baby pink creme
Tina – amethyst cream
Abby – light lavender cream
Zoya Abby is a light lavender cream. It’s a nice polish and I really liked the creamy formula. This is two simple coats and top coat.
I would describe Amira as a sheer dewy blue microglitter. It’s on the sheer side and I applied two coats but can see now that I would need three coats for full coverage and depth. It was easy to apply and control and it dried pretty fast. Two coats and top coat.
I really like this amethyst shade! It’s so flattering. Had no problems what so ever with the application, it applied like a dream. What you see is two coats and top coat.
I would describe Millie as a very shimmery micro glitter. It’s normally not really my cup of tea, but I like this one. I should have used three coats though for more color density. The formula was ok, just a bit hard to control and really wanted to go underneath my cuticles. Two coats and top coat.
This is Amiras green sister, a sheer dewy green microglitter. It was easy to apply and control and it dried pretty fast just like Amira. And I should have used three coats for color density, even though I like this one a bit sheer. What you see is two sheer coats and top coat.
The formula was on the thin side and a bit hard to control around the cuticles. This was the only polish I felt was a bit disappointing. This is two coats and top coat.
Summary: It’s not a unique collection, but I actually like every one of them. Abby and Jordan are, for a polish junkie, the least interesting. Pretty spring pastels but a bit dupeable. The sheer microglitter sisters, Amira and Lacey are interesting and looks so much better in person. But 3-4 coats for best color density? I love them and hate them at the same time, lol. They are pretty at 2 coats only too. Millie is the star and the most interesting polish in this collection and I like a dark shade as a contrast to all the pastels.
What do you think of the collection?