I finally sat down to swatch the Zoya Innocence for Spring 2019. If you have been following my blog since the beginning, you know I really dislike cold weather and being cooped up inside. I was so relieved when this collection showed up, because it means it's almost the end of winter!
Zoya brings us six transition shades to make that leap from metallic and jewel tones from winter to bright and neon for summer.
All of my swatches are two coats and no top coat.
I did not have any issues with these shades at all.
"A gentle greiged lavender in a full coverage cream."
"A warm toned muted blush in a full coverage cream finish"
Zoya describes this as a blush. I would describe it as a nude on me.
"A softened grape with a pink undertone to balance in a full coverage cream formula."
I love, love, love this purple.
"A deep, dusty periwinkle blue in a full coverage cream formula."
Out of all blue shades, periwinkle is my favorite....followed by University of Kentucky blue.
"A balanced sage with a beautiful warm pearl accent."
Zoya changed my mind about dislike of greens. In my opinion, Zoya makes the most flattering green shades of any brand. If I wear green, it's going to be Zoya green.
This one doesn't disappoint either.
"A stormy Grey with subtle texture - a flash of larger and irregular silver flakes in silver, with dark blue glitter throughout."
This one is unique to my collection. This one will be really great as an accent nail or combined with nail art.
I hope you enjoyed my swatches of the Zoya Innocence Collection!
I rocked this nail art for a long time. I absolutely loved how this turned out. I used Agnes, Fern, and Evette.
These can be purchased at zoya.com!