**WARNING PICTURE HEAVY**
Happy Friday, everyone!! I'm doing things a bit backwards today. I'm showing you all the new Delight Collection from Zoya first instead of the Satins. With how frigid and white it has been lately, I figured some brights were much needed. Don't worry, I'll be showing off the Satins next week!
You ready to get a look at these lovely pastels?!
Tiana is described as "a pistachio gelato cream in a glossy finish".
Shown is two coats of Tiana.
Tiana had a smooth application; a little streaky at first but evened out in the end. The brushes in this group felt different to me. I wasn't a fan, but the polish was perfection. The color of Tiana won me over in the bottle, and on the nail it's even better. A wonderful bright, pastel green perfect for Spring!
Lillian is described as "a faded aquamarine with a glossy cream finish".
Shown is two coats of Lillian.
Lillian might be the most perfect pastel blue cream ever. The color is spot on and will having you holding your nails up to the sky seeing if they match! Once again, not a fan of the brush, but it didn't harm the application or polish.
Eden is described as "a classic spring flower pink in a glossy cream finish".
Shown is two coats of Eden.
I was surprised how much I loved Eden. It's a basic pink cream, but it is absolute perfection (with the exception of the brush).
Rayne is described as "a dewy, spring blue metallic with an energizing turquoise metallic flash".
Shown is three coats of Rayne for opacity.
I have to be honest, in the bottle I thought I was going to love Rayne. On the nail, it looked too much like a frost or pearlescent and I did not like it on. However, in photos, Rayne is absolutely stunning!! I guess it is just a very photogenic polish. It applied beautifully, but sheer, I just wasn't a fan of this one.
Daisy is described as "a refreshing lemon merengue yellow metallic with an energizing turquoise metallic flash".
Shown is three coats of Daisy.
Daisy is an amazing yellow that is bright and vibrant and will leave you craving lemon curd. The flashes of blue elevate it to a whole other level. It is yellow perfection! Even if you're skeptical of yellows on your skin tone, you're going to want to snag this beauty!
Leslie is described as "a soft spring lavender metallic with an energizing turquoise flash".
Shown is three coats of Leslie.
Leslie is my favorite polish from this collection, however the name was a turn off for me. I don't know why. Sometimes you hear a name and are a little turned off, but you adore the polish. That's how it is for me. I'm calling it right now and saying Leslie is the purple polish of the year. Yes, it's February, it might be a bit early, but that is my opinion. I freaking love this polish!
There you have it!! The beautiful Delight Collection! Three creams and three "metallics". I wouldn't call them metallics. It didn't seem that way for me. They were a little sheer, but all you see are the flashes of blue. Nothing I could tell made it seem like a metallic for me.
The whole collection is available now for $54 or, if they all don't appeal to you, you can get the bottles separately for $9 each.
What are your thoughts on this collection from Zoya? Did you get any of them? Are you looking into getting any of them?
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