June 29, 2017

Zoya Wanderlust Summer 2017 Swatches, Part 2!

*Sent for review*

I finally have the second half of the Zoya Wanderlust collection for you today! I took on a volunteer job related to my work and it really ate up any blogging time I had since the last post. But, better late than never and these beauties are worth waiting for! First up we have the absolutely gorgeous Zoya Sonja. Sonja is a bright juicy coral red creme. It has hints of pink and orange and just feels like the perfect summer color. It's on my nails right now!

This was two flawless coats of polish. I almost could have done this in one coat, but you know I like to do thin coats. The coverage was even and the formula was so smooth. Loving Zoya's creme formula lately! I used one layer of quick dry top coat on all swatches in this post.

Zoya Cora is described as a muted coral creme. It's a very orange leaning coral, but is a bit softer than it looks here in my pictures. It's more peachy pink toned than it looks here too. This is a lovely color for summer that pops nicely without being eye-searing. Cora was my grandmother's name and she loved nail polish. She would get her nails done every week until she was about 105 years old! Her favorite color to get was a nice soft coral, so I think she would like this polish.

Again, this is two easy coats with a lovely formula. Easy to apply, no fuss.

Zoya Arbor is an olive green creme. It's a cleaner olive green, not too brown or murky looking. I love a good army green and this is a great option if you're looking for one.

Two coats again, great easy to apply formula.

One of the three shimmers in this collection, Zoya Journey is described as a "shimmering strawberry red". This red shimmers glows with touches of orange and maybe a bit of pinky red.

This is two coats of Journey. In the pictures I feel like I can see some VNL, but in person it appeared totally opaque. The formula was good, maybe a little thinner feeling than the cremes, but it did not affect the ease of application.

Zoya Scout is described as a "shimmering moss green" but I think it's so much more unique and interesting than that. It's a light chartreuse green with yellow gold shimmer popping out of it . Scout is one of those weird greens that I absolutely love, almost radioactive looking. I think this is the most unique color in the collection. I have a large collection of weird greens and don't own anything like this.

This was pretty pigmented and two coats was nicely opaque. I thought the formula on this one was smooth and pretty close to perfection.

This yummy looking concoction is Zoya Sawyer. Sawyer is a soft orange creamsicle creme. I love this delicate peachy orange color, it's so gorgeous. It would look great with a tan if that's something you can get (unlike me 😉).

This is the only polish in this batch that needed three coats. The formula wasn't as great as the others. It had a tendency to pool in the cuticles and didn't seem to want to self-level. It's not a bad formula, just not as effortless as some in this collection.

*Sent for review*

If you missed my post about the first half of this collection, check it out here- http://www.neverenoughnails.com/2017/06/zoya-wanderlust-summer-2017-swatches.html. This whole collection is fantastic and most of the polishes apply like a dream. I think my top favorites are River, Byrdie, Sonja, and Scout, but if you are eyeing any of the others, you can't go wrong here. 

The Zoya Wanderlust collection is available now at zoya.com

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