Zoya Entice Collection for Fall 2014, swatches, review

Friday, August 29, 2014


Zoya has released two fall 2014 collections that are sure to make you long for crisp autumn weather, sweaters, and boots. Well maybe... I am sad to see summer fade away. But these stunning colors will make the change of the season a little easier to handle. Today I have the Entice Collection to share with you. The Ignite Collection can be seen here.

Six rich shades make up this stylish collection. The formula is phenomenal. They are easy to apply and dry relatively quickly to a high-gloss shine.

The swatches below are with two coats and no top coat.

Let's take a look!

­Nyssa is described as a rich milk chocolate brown. It reminds me of hot chocolate. It will be stunning with those stylish boots and stunning sweaters.

Zoya Nyssa
Zoya Nyssa

Claire is a rich deep burgundy shade that is positively stunning. Look at the color and shine.

Zoya Claire
­Veronica is described as a brilliant wine. It reminds me of a deep ripe raspberry. This shade will certainly brighten up those autumn days.

Zoya Veronica
Zoya Veronica
Margo is a red plum shade that will be perfect at those weekend gatherings. It is sure to be an eyecatcher no matter where you wear it.

Zoya Margo
Zoya Margo
Ryan is a classic indigo blue. This deep, rich shade has an amazing shine and depth. It will be a perfect base for nail art! 

Zoya Ryan
Zoya Ryan
Geneviev is a leather gray. This slate gray is classic and timeless.

Zoya Geneviev
Zoya Geneviev
This sensational collection excites me with its deep and rich shades. These are outstanding polishes that would be a great addition to any collection. 
Which is your favorite shade? 
These polishes can be purchased from Zoya.com for $9 each. 
These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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