Zoya Thrive 2018

If you've been  following my Instagram then you've already seen this gorgeous collection but you may also know that due to some issues with Blogger I hadn't been able to upload any of my camera shots of them. So today I'm so excited to be able to finally do that for you! I really love this spring collection from Zoya. Typically spring means pastels and even though a few of these are borderline pastel they all have a little extra something to them.  I used two coats for all of them except the topper Leisel. For that one I've layered one coat over two coats of the base. No topcoat on any of them and as per usual they dry to a nice shiny, streak free finish.  Here we go!

Darby by Zoya can be best described as a dusty, gull gray metallic. This one is really cool because it almost seems pastel and it's really soft but it has that awesome metallic blue flash so it doesn't feel super girly or like a repeat of every blue pastel you've ever seen.

Trudith by Zoya can be best described as a muted, wisteria purple cream.

Brandi by Zoya can be best described as a blush pink cream.

Monroe by Zoya can be best described as a glamour pink cream.  This one was a favorite of mine. It goes on really sheer the first coat and I was almost worried it was a jelly! But it's a super flattering and full coverage berry tone by the second coat.

Haruko by Zoya can be best described as a soft, violet metallic. Haruko was another interesting one to me. This one IS a bit more sheer. Two coats wasn't quite opaque and it's almost glowy in it's finish. Definitely a new color for me. I'm on the fence as to whether I love it or not but it's not like anything I've ever seen before which is always impressive to me!

Leisel by Zoya can be best described as a sheer, sparkling topper. Leisel is a really sheer topper. Its a sort of purple/pink with a gold shift. It was really flattering over all the colors in this collection but it's 100% a TOPPER. It's not one of those ones you can build up to have a full coverage color even with five or six coats. I included Zoya's bottle shot so you can see a little more of the shift!   I don't love toppers but this is a really pretty one!

All in all I really liked this collection. It has some really cool finishes and some new colors to it.  All of the formulas were easy to work with too. You can purchase these at Zoya.com for $10 each! All colors were provided to me for my unbiased opinion. I have not been paid for my review.

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