Monday, September 15, 2014

Zoya Entice Collection-Swatches and Review

*Press Samples
Hi there everyone.  Wow it's been a busy last few days.  I was out of town on Thursday and Friday for work and driving for two days straight really takes it out of you.  I felt like we were doing errands and running around non-stop over the weekend as well.  I feel like I now need a weekend for my weekend ;)  Seriously though!  Today I have a review of the new Zoya Entice Collection, the six cream polishes from Zoya for Fall.  The six shimmers will be coming soon.  Also, a video review is at the end!

Claire-deep burgundy red brown.  Great shiny smooth formula.  Two coats with topcoat.  This one reminds me of a chocolate covered cherry :)

Margo-Deep plummy purple.  Traditional fantastic creamy Zoya formula, two coats with topcoat.

Geneviev-Blue-grey slate cream.  This one gave me trouble.  It was oddly sheer and I needed three coats to get it fully opaque, definitely not what we typically see from Zoya.  Three coats plus topcoat below.

Nyssa-Neutral caramel brown.  Great formula, two coats with topcoat.

Veronica-Warm red berry cream.  Great formula, two coats with topcoat.

Ryan-Medium navy cream, starting to look black on the nail but you can definitely tell it still looks blue.  Great formula, two coats with topcoat.

Overall this collection is just okay for me, I can definitely tell you the shimmer half of the Fall collection is the real winner in my book and I've only worn three so far!  The colors are pretty but they are similar to colors we've seen before, although I can appreciate that it is a collection not packed with reds.  My favorites are Claire, Margo, and Veronica.  What do you think of these polishes?

*Polishes in this post were received for review in exchange for my honest opinion.


  1. I haven't swatched these yet...that's too bad about Geneviev! I too am really happy about the berry colors, though, and lack of reds. :) Awesome swatches as always!

  2. These are nice! I like how deep and rich the shades are.