Zoya Irresistible Collection

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**The product in this post was sent to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

**WARNING PICTURE HEAVY**


Today, I get to show you all the Irresistible Collection from Zoya. This is a beautiful set of six metallics in vibrant colors. Some with a gold base and some with a silver base. When I opened this box I was taken back at how beautiful these were. They really make it hard to have a favorite polish when they keep putting out AMAZING colors!






Left to right: Rikki, Tinsley, Hazel, Kerry, Bobbi and Amy





Rikki is described as a "fern green foil metallic". 

This is two coats of Rikki


This beautiful green has a beautiful gold scattered through out making a beautiful metallic green.


Bits of the gold can be seen here. They really blend together wonderfully.






Tinsley is described as a "rose gold foil metallic".

This is two coats of Tinsley.


There really is no other description for this polish other than rose gold metallic. It's the perfect combination of a shimmery rosey pink and a gold foil. 



I love the way Tinsley transforms at different angles and in different light.





Hazel is described as a "blue green foil metallic". I have to say I completely disagree with this. It's blue. Not seeing green at all. (Ignore the red from the reflection of my camera though.)

This is two coats of Hazel.


So glad they used silver instead of gold to create this metallic. Gold would have taken over the blue and I really do love this shade! 



Look at that sparkle! No top coat was used in any of these swatches.





Kerry is described as a "yellow gold foil metallic".

This is two coats of Kerry.


This color completely took me by surprise. In a good way. I ended up absolutely LOVING this. I think Zoya is really changing the way I feel about yellow gold polishes. 



So vibrant!





Bobbi is described as a "hot magenta pink foil metallic".

This is two coats of Bobbi.


Bobbi is really quite opaque after 2 coats. This color is absolutely incredible too. It's really a borderline berry instead of a magenta, but I'm in love with whatever it is. 


Don't pass this one up! You'll kick yourself for it! Another of the ones with silver instead of gold. Just something special about it.






Amy is described as a "red orange foil metallic". 

This is two coats of Amy.


Another gorgeous metallic with gold. This color is so very succulent and juicy, your mouth will start watering.


Completely irresistible for a reason.


I'm not usually a huge metallic fan, but Zoya really did a beautiful job with the Irresistible Collection. The application was spot on for a metallic. I could have done a third coat on all of them, but you really did get a great shine with two coats. That third would probably just eliminate the VNL that peeks through at times. I'd recommend letting acetone soaked cotton balls sit on your nails for a bit when removing. The scrubbing does get sparkle everywhere. You want as little movement as possible with these.

You can snag them for $8 a piece on their website or grab the whole set for $48. You really can't go wrong with any of them. Zoya always goes above and beyond in their product and customer service. They have a lifelong customer in me. 


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**The product in this post was sent to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky   :o)

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