Let’s take a closer look at this collection:
Aster is described as a “fresh periwinkle with flecks of fuchsia”. The shade is absolutely stunning in person and gives the nails a fresh “glow from within” look! The finish is a metallic, and in two coats I was able to achieve full opacity. The metallic flecks in it are more iridescent as with all of the polishes in this collection so I don’t quite see the fuchsia per-say. Of the metallic shades this one performed very well and applied easily.
2 coats Aster
Azalea is described as a “classic spring pink with white a fuchsia flash”. I don’t typically fall in love with bright pinks, but this one is stunning on the nails. It has just the right amount of shimmer to make it interesting and the formula is one of my favorites from this collection. This one will go perfect on tips or toes all season long!
2 coats Azalea
Laurel is described as a “warm pastel pink”. There are two “cream” shades in this collection, but both have a hint of metallic sheen to give it a bit more interest. You can see it if you look closely at the bottle shots, but it is nearly undectectable on the nails unless you get a glint in the sunline. Laurel is a definitely a beauty and of the two creams this one is my favorite. In terms of application I found the formula to be a little thicker, but it was still easy to work with.
2 coats Laurel
Leia is described as a “sheer, opalescent white with flecks of fuchsia, green and gold”. This shade can be worn alone on the nails or used as a topper to change the finish of another polish in your collection. I’ve been absolutely obsessed with this shade since she arrived – she really is that gorgeous in person! I like that it can easily be worn with only two coats for a subtle yet glamorous nail. The formula is easy to work with and although it would take more than two coats for full opacity I love the results with my nails peeking through. This one is definitely a spring must-have!
2 coats Leia
Tulip is described as a “pure pastel salmon cream” with a hint of shimmer as well. Again, the shimmer is very subtle on the nail but it is still present if you catch it in the light. Although the shade is described as coral, it is a very soft coral, leaning toward what I would want a peach tone to be, so I am definitely loving it! As with the other cream in the collection, the formula is a little on the thicker side (in comparison with the metallic formula of Zoya’s other polishes) but it is easy to work with and apply.
2 coats Tulip
Zahara is described as a “brilliant shimmering coral with an opalescent effect”. The metallic finish is beautiful, as is the iridescent shimmers, however, the metallic formulation is not as strong as with Aster or Azalea so in two coats it doesn’t quite cover the nail completely. I am not a huge fan of “orange” colored nail polishes for my hands and this one is a mix between a peach and an orange but it isn’t quite as brilliant on the nails as it looks in the bottle.
2 coats Zahara
What do you think of the Zoya Petal’s Collection? Which are your favorites? Please let me know in the comments below and be sure to enjoy the spring season that is nearly upon us!
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