Swatches | Charming Spring 2017 Collection by Zoya

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Hey guys! Today I have a swatch and review of the Charming collection for Spring 2017 from Zoya! This collection consists of 3 new creams and 3 new micro shimmer polishes, they were sent to me for review and they are available right now!

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Jordan shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Jordan at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is Jordan, a new pink described as a “soft blossom pink cream.” The formula on Jordan was a little bit on the thinner side and I did have some pooling along my cuticle at first. I had full opacity in 2 thicker coats but depending on your application you may need 3. Jordan self leveled beautifully and dried to a gorgeous glossy finish.

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Jordan at an angle.
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Jordan macro.

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Abby shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Abby at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Abby which is described as a “light lavender cream.” Abby had another formula that was a little on the thinner side but I had complete coverage in 2 coats! Abby is very bright on the nails and brought out some of my inner tan which I love!

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Abby at an angle.
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Abby Macro.

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Tina shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Tina at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Tina which is described as a “medium amethyst cream.” Again this had a thinner formula that went on fully opaque in 2 coats. This purple does seem to have a touch of orchid tones to it that keep it nice and bright and totally spring appropriate!

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Tina at an angle.
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Tina macro.

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Lacey shown here at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
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Lacey at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Lacey which is described as a ” light dewy green micro-sparkle.” The shimmer in this polish is so so tiny, it adds a beautiful “lit from within” type look! It did have a bit of a thinner formula but built up beautifully in 3 coats. I did find that is was a tiny bit brush strokey so just make sure to cap the tip before the last coat!

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Lacey at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Lacey Macro.

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Amira shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Amira at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is one of my favorites, Amira! Amira is described as a “soft dewy blue micro-sparkle.” This polish has some tiny gold micro flakes in the shimmer that lends it such a light soft Cinderella shade! Amira was completely opaque for me in 2 coats.

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Amira at an angle.
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Amira macro.

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Millie shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Millie at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have another of my faves, Millie! Millie is described as a “dewy violet micro-sparkle.” This is such a vivid shimmery shade! It did built up nicely for me in 2 coats but I can see where depending on application you may need 3. This is another that you’ll want to cap the tip before the last coat!

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Millie at an angle.
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Millie macro.

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Violette

I also have a quick look at the new spring lippy, this is Violette and it is also available right now! Violette is described as a “amethyst purple in a hydrating cream formula.” I found the formula to be very creamy and nicely pigmented, it does have an almost pink fuchsia tone to it and I am in love!

So that is all for today, I will be featuring this collection in an upcoming “But Do They Watermark?” so stay tuned for that and be sure to follow all of Zoya’s social media platforms to stay up to date on all future sales and releases:

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https://www.facebook.com/ZoyaNailPolish/

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