Colorizing your world, one digit at a time

I am beyond pleased to share with you one of the newest additions to the Zoya family of Naturel nudes, the Naturel Satins Transitional collection for 2015. Inside the beautiful frosted bottles with velvety caps, lies the extremely opaque polishes that will take you smoothly from winter into spring. I used two coats of each shade, all very similar in formula with the exception of Ana. She was very slightly more sheer due to her pale pink shade, but smoothed out nicely upon application of the second coat. These polishes dry quickly to a satiny finish, not shiny, not quite matte. Very attractive for the office or when you need to be classy yet in fashion. Although these are a bit on the thick side, they self leveled very nicely. Let’s take a look!

Zoya Naturel Satins Transitional Long-Wearing Satin Finish Nudes for 2015. From top center then clockwise: Rowan, Brittany, Leah, Ana, Sage, Tove.

Zoya Naturel Satins Transitional Long-Wearing Satin Finish Nudes for 2015. From top center then clockwise: Rowan, Brittany, Leah, Ana, Sage, Tove.

The new Zoya Naturel Satin* formula provides opaque coverage and wears much longer than traditional matte shades. Plus, the forgiving smooth finish hides imperfections!

First up is Leah. I was immediately impressed with how nice this shade complimented my pale winter skin tone. I think this will look great on any skin tone as well.

Leah is described by Zoya as "a lavender tinged taupe cream in the exclusive Satin* finish." I used two coats. Color Family - Nude  Finish - Satin  Intensity - 5 ( 1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque )  Tone - Cool

Leah is described by Zoya as “a lavender tinged taupe cream in the exclusive Satin* finish.” I used two coats.
Color Family – Nude
Finish – Satin
Intensity – 5 ( 1 = Sheer – 5 = Opaque )
Tone – Cool

Rowan was the surprise shade in the bunch in my view. I was unsure if I’d like a suede taupe on my skin, but it was one of my favorites.

Rowan is described by Zoya as "a suede taupe cream in the exclusive Satin* finish." I used two coats. Color Family - Nude  Finish - Satin  Intensity - 5 ( 1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque )  Tone - Cool

Rowan is described by Zoya as “a suede taupe cream in the exclusive Satin* finish.” I used two coats.
Color Family – Nude
Finish – Satin
Intensity – 5 ( 1 = Sheer – 5 = Opaque )
Tone – Cool

Sage is one of those earthy soft shades I love.

Sage is described by Zoya "as a mossy sage green cream in the exclusive Satin* finish." I used two coats. Color Family - Green  Finish - Satin  Intensity - 5 ( 1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque )  Tone - Cool

Sage is described by Zoya “as a mossy sage green cream in the exclusive Satin* finish.” I used two coats.
Color Family – Green
Finish – Satin
Intensity – 5 ( 1 = Sheer – 5 = Opaque )
Tone – Cool

Tove is the essential grey. Since greys seem to be the fashion statement color this season, I’m glad they included this one in the collection.

Tove is described by Zoya as "a misty slate grey cream in the exclusive Satin* finish." I used two coats. Color Family - Blue Finish - Satin  Intensity - 5 ( 1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque )  Tone - Cool

Tove is described by Zoya as “a misty slate grey cream in the exclusive Satin* finish.” I used two coats.
Color Family – Blue
Finish – Satin
Intensity – 5 ( 1 = Sheer – 5 = Opaque )
Tone – Cool

Next we have Brittany. It’s a fabulous rose mauve. Sort of old school, but not old fashioned.

Brittany by Zoya can be best described as "a rose mauve cream in the exclusive Satin* finish." I used two coats. Color Family - Pink  Finish - Satin  Intensity - 5 ( 1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque )  Tone - Cool

Brittany by Zoya can be best described as “a rose mauve cream in the exclusive Satin* finish.” I used two coats.
Color Family – Pink
Finish – Satin
Intensity – 5 ( 1 = Sheer – 5 = Opaque )
Tone – Cool

And last we have delicate Ana. My fave pink of the collection.

Ana is described by Zoya as "a light toasted almond cream in the exclusive Satin* finish." I used two coats. Color Family - Nude  Finish - Satin  Intensity - 5 ( 1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque )  Tone - Cool

Ana is described by Zoya as “a light toasted almond cream in the exclusive Satin* finish.” I used two coats.
Color Family – Nude
Finish – Satin
Intensity – 5 ( 1 = Sheer – 5 = Opaque )
Tone – Cool

Overall I am extremely impressed with this collection. Leave it to Zoya to continually think outside the box. The formulas were all buttery smooth, very opaque, quick drying, self leveling and the shades are perfect. I had no trouble at all in application and as always, the brushes are perfection. I highly recommend every one of these! Come back a little later…as I bring you the Zoya Delight Spring collection for 2015 🙂

*The Satin formula is a hybrid between matte and glossy polishes and is not intended to be worn with a top coat. For best results: Prep nail with Zoya Remove Plus Nail Polish Remover, apply base coat and finish with 2 thin coats of any Satin polish.

They can be ordered now from Zoya.com for $9ea or for the whole collection for $54.

ZOYA IS THE HEALTHY COLOR OF FASHION!

For a recap of these 6 shades:
· ZP782/Leah: Lavender tinged taupe, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.
· ZP779/Rowan: Creamy suede taupe, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.
· ZP781/Sage: Mossy sage green, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.
· ZP778/Tovee: Misty slate grey, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.
· ZP780/Brittany: Rose mauve cream, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.
· ZP783/Ana: Light toasted almond, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.

AVAILABLE In April 2015! – Zoya Satin Seal Topcoat!
Turn any color into an elegant Satin finish beauty with just one coat!

ZOYA IS THE HEALTHY COLOR OF FASHION!

$9ea (US) or $54 for the full set.

Available in top salons, spas and on zoya.com

*Press sample. These products were provided to me for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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