Zoya Satins Collection
ZOYA SATINS COLLECTION is one of two collections introduced by Zoya for the fall season featuring shimmering full-coverage jewel toned shades that has me wanting to put summer nails behind me and fully embrace the autumn season. Each lacquer has a little extra dimension when you look closely, and they are just as stunning from far away. I hope you enjoy gazing at this collection as much as I do!
Zoya’s Satins Collection is dripping with autumn-rich shimmering polishes.
Channing is described as a rust red copper metallic. The different dimensions in this polish make it sizzle - it almost looks as if it is on fire! (Of course what else would you expect from a polish named Channing, am I right?!)
Channing – 2 coats, no topcoat
Claudine is described as a meteorite gray metallic
Claudine – 2 coats, no topcoat
Giovanna is described as a lush emerald green metallic.
Giovanna – 2 coats, no topcoat
Maria Luisa is a special edition Satins Topper described as a sparkling cellophane gold topper. You can use this to accent your Satins manicure or alone. (It is quite stunning all by itself!)
Maira Luisa – 3 coats, no topcoat
Mason is described as a red violet “Fandango Pink” metallic.
Mason – 2 coats, no topcoat
Neve is described as a sapphire blue metallic. I love the multi-colored sparkle in it!
Neve – 2 coats over a basecoat
The Satins Fall Collection
FIVE SHIMMERING JEWELS, and one glistening top coat make this collection absolutely divine for fall. I love that up close I can see all of the sparkling nuances in each polish that make them so unique. Each shimmery shade is opaque with two coats and applied consistently for Zoya polishes. Of the shimmery shades, Channing was a little bit thicker in formula, so I had to take a little more effort to get the strokes just right with this one, but it was worth it. Giovanna is definitely the perfect fall and winter emerald shimmer, that doesn’t cross into Christmas territory (I’m not quite ready for that yet!). Claudine is an inky gunmetal that has just enough silver sparkle so it doesn’t cross into black, while the cooler shades in Mason and Neve have such stunning dimension when the light hits them that at least one of them is a must-have for a nail polish junkie for sure! Finally the glistening topcoat in Maria Luisa which I wasn’t quite sure about when looking at the bottle, really knocked me off my feet after application. Although I applied three coats to my nails (I could have gone in for more opacity) the polish dries quickly, and the way each of the cellophane glitter lies one on top of the other really fuses together and gives the nail a guilded look without making it look thick or chunky. I think this one would look stunning as an accent finger with a matte black, but I definitely think it is my favorite to go all out and wear them on all 10 fingers for maximum gold impact!