Zoya Petals Collection Swatch and Review

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**Press Samples**

I know some of you are not ready for the Summer to be over yet. Cold weather, oversized sweaters, and dark colors are upon us. For those of you aren't ready for all this, how about some beautiful soft, spring colors from Zoya? My magpie of a daughter hid these in her room, then stuff kept happening, and time just got away from me, you'll see these today and next week will be filled with beautiful collections from Zoya. We'll try to ease you into the fall spirit slowly. Me...I love fall, but I'm a firm believer that you can wear all shades year round. With that, I give you Zoya's Petals Collection.

Leia is described as "a sheer, opalescent white with flecks of fuchsia, green, and gold".
Shown is two coats of Leia with top coat.
Leia is soft and dainty, but boy does this beauty pack a punch! The flecks work together beautiful for a lovely rainbow of shimmer. I adore this on its own, but it would make the perfect addition over any creme as well. Smooth application and flawless formula. You won't have any issues with this one. I didn't even need to do clean up.

Azalea is described as "a classic spring pink with a captivating white and fuchsia flash".
Shown is two coats of Azalea with top coat.
Azalea is such a warm shade of pink. It may be a spring shade, but wear this beauty while hanging out in the snow and you'll see why I love soft shades year round! Formula is slightly loose on this one so do thin coats to ensure you don't flood your cuticles. I did two coats, but I had to do a lot of clean up with this one. I should have done three thin coats. The color is flawless. Such an intriguing shade of pink. The white and fuchsia flashes just elevates this to a whole other level.

Laurel is described as "a warm pastel pink with the slightest hint of sheen".
Shown is two coats of Laurel with top coat.
Laurel is the perfect shade of pink for a "floral" collection. It's whimsical, and soft, but isn't extremely frail looking. Formula was great, but application was slightly streaky. However after two coats and a top coat it evens out almost immediately! 

Zahara is described as "a brilliant shimmering coral with an opalescent effect".
Shown is two coats of Zahara with top coat.
Zahara is my favorite of this collection. Something about this color just makes my heart sing. It was a bit sheer with the first coat, but after the second it was nice and opaque. Wonderful application. This beauty is screaming to be used in a sunset manicure. Perfect shade for that gradient. You nail art people need to snag this one if you don't already have it!

Tulip is described as "a pure pastel salmon cream with the slightest hint of sheen".
Shown is two coats of Tulip with top coat.
Tulip is another favorite of mine. It might be because tulips are my favorite flower. There is something so whimsical about them, and this color embraces that. It's soft and dainty, but opaque and visible. I love that it isn't too pale. It applies a bit streaky, but after two coats and a top coat it evens out beautifully. 

Aster is described as "a fresh periwinkle with flecks of fuchsia to create a dewy finish".
Shown is two coats of Aster with top coat.
Aster is a bit darker than periwinkle. This shade of purple, with the beautiful flecks, is just the perfect thing to go alongside the shades of pink and orange that are the majority of this collection. Slightly sheer with the first coat but becomes fully opaque after two coats. 

Zoya did a beautiful job with the Petals Collection! I really have to recommend all six of these polishes, there wasn't a bad one in the bunch. The colors work well together (and would even work well in transitioning into fall colors), the formulas are what you normally expect from Zoya, and the applications were great! You can still the Petals Collection at www.zoya.com/ for $10 each. Make sure you are following Zoya on all of their social media platforms (links below) to stay updated on news, releases, and sales.

What do you all think of this collection? What are the stand outs to you? Any that you didn't yet get that you're now rethinking? I can't wait to show you more from Zoya next week!

Zoya information:
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My information:

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**The products in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer for photography and my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky  :o)

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