I have to say, even though our winter here in Missouri hasn’t been as bad as predicted, yet, I still count the days until spring. I can’t wait to see the crocus and the daffodils peeking out of the soil. And Zoya’s newest spring collection, Delight, reminds me of the first colors of spring. Blue Rayne, reminiscent of thick chunks of melting ice from a frozen waterfall, Daisy, that essential yellow that hearkens the latest days of a waning winter. Leslie, a lilac with turquoise flashes and Tiana, like the first virgin blades of new grass. Lillian is that kind of aquamarine that reminds me of shallow clear waters on the Florida Gulf coast beaches. And rosy pink Eden. Who could resist that fresh flower bursting forth on your nails? Let’s see what all the well-deserved fuss is about.
Eden just beckons with her name! One look at this pink stunner and you’ll be heading for your springtime clothing drawer. For some reason it reminds me of some Gladiolas I have blooming in my yard spring and summer.
Rayne is one of those dreamy blues with all it’s flashes of light dancing off your nails.
Here’s another shot of Rayne in the sun.
Next is cool Lillian. Super glossy!
Tiana just inspires me. Love this one to the moon and back!
Daisy has some amazing flashes of turquoise as well. I’m not a huge yellow polish collector but this is a keeper for sure.
And last is lovely Leslie. She reminds me of a tinted Easter egg! Actually now that I think about it, they all do!
So, what do you think? Are you ready for flowers, the smell of fresh cut grass and spring’s first rainshower? Let me know which ones you’re picking up and why!
8 thoughts on “Zoya Delight, a fresh as Spring collection as delightful as its name”
Love these pretty and happy colors!
Very happy indeed! I’m ready for spring now! LOL
Thanks for posting huni Eden and Tiana are my faves, I’ll be checking them out when I get paid 🙂
You’re welcome! They are pretty fabulous I must say. Tiana is sooo yummy!
Yh they really are, I might order a few from the website
I love that shimmer in Rayne!
Yes, it’s intoxicating!