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Hello loves and Happy Tuesday! Today I have another Zoya collection to share with you. I really love spring so I've been looking forward to what Zoya would have to offer since about November lol. Now you know I was excited when the press release popped up in my inbox and even more so when they showed up at my door.First up is Lillian, a "faded aquamarine cream". This had the typical pastel formula in that it was streaky on the first couple coats but evened out nicely by the third. I didn't add topcoat and it still dried pretty shiny.
Tiana is described as a "pistachio gelato green cream". Again, streaky on the first two but evened out nicely on the third. No topcoat. Now I wanna go watch The Princess and the Frog lol.
The last of the cremes is Eden, a "classic spring flower pink cream". This one had a slightly better formula than the last two and covered pretty good in two coats, I again didn't add topcoat.
Leslie is a "soft spring lavender metallic with an energizing turquoise flash". This one was of my favorites for sure. The application on all the shimmers was amazing, they almost glided on themselves. Two coats with no topcoat but next time I'll use three. Every time I hear the name I think of Leslie Jordan lol.
And lastly we have Rayne, a "dewy, spring blue metallic with an energizing turquoise metallic flash". I think this one will be a lot of peoples favorite, me included. I used two coats, with no topcoat. This one was the sheerest shimmer so I'll definitely need three next time.