Zoya Lovely 2013 Spring Collection is a collection of pastel and subtly sparkles that grab your attention. These polishes were sent to me by Zoya for review and for my honest opinion.
In this post, I'm going to be reviewing the three pastel cremes. This post will feature Blu, Jacqueline and Neely. These colors remind me of Easter and Easter is very close (3/31/13). The colors here will go nicely with your Easter outfit!!
First up is Blu. Blu is described by Zoya as, "a full-coverage, soft and delicate pale baby blue with a glossy creme finish. A dreamy, calming blue that's both fun and flattering on the nails."
Blu is a lovely pastel shade of blue. This is not a
dupe of Kristen. Kristen can be found here.
Next, Jacqueline is described by Zoya as, "a full-coverage, perfect magnolia nude cream. This light creamy beige has slight warm undertones and a glossy creme finish. Originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Peter Som."
Lastly, Neely is described by Zoya as, "a full coverage earliest spring green in a glossy creme finish. A fun color in a muted finish gives a cool vintage edge to your look. Originally created as a custom runway shade for fashion designer Peter Som."
Neely is a very beautiful pastel Green.
I'm not really a pastel creme fan because I find them hard to apply. I don't no why I can't apply these as well as I apply other polishes. These colors are lovely and are perfect for the season. My favorite of the three is, surprisingly, Jacqueline. I love this nude color. Jacqueline also gave me the least amount of application issues.
Zoya Lovely Collection can be found on their website here. You can also find Zoya on Facebook here.
Part II of this collection will be posted tomorrow.
Thank you for reading,
*(Products were sent for review. See disclaimer tab for more details)