Hi guys! Here are my swatches and review for the Zoya Naturel Duex collection which was released at the end of the summer. As usual, the Zoya creme formula is on point. I've used 2 coats of each of these polishes, and no top coat. I was surprised at how well these all worked on my skin tone, even the ones I didn't think I would like.
Zoya Spencer - "a rich camel cream". This is a lovely light tan. It leans a bit yellow, but worked surprisingly well on my very pink skin.
Zoya Chanelle - "a toasted almond cream". I thought this color reminded me of milk chocolate. I never would have guess that I would like this color on my nails, but I really did!
Zoya Emilia - "a dark chocolate cream". This description is perfect, it definitely looked like dark chocolate. A really lovely polish for fall.
Zoya Madeline - "a muted rose cream". Again, a great color description. This polish is firmly in the mauve family, and I tend to have an aversion to mauves, but I almost liked this one. If you like mauve, you'll love this.
Zoya Aubrey - "a medium mauve cream". Another mauve that I may actually use! This one is one of my favorites from the collection, actually.
Zoya Marnie - "a deep warm plum cream". This is another one that is gorgeous for fall. A sort of muted burgundy color.
So, there you have it, the lovely Naturel Duex collection! These are great office-friendly polishes, and work well to carry us into the fall season.
Zoya polishes are available from Zoya.com and retail from $9-10/bottle.