Thursday, September 1, 2016

ZOYA: Fall 2016 Urban Grunge Collection - One Coat Cremes [Noah, August, Wyatt, Mallory, Tara, & Courtney]

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Zoya Fall 2016 Urban Grunge Collection - One Coat Creams
(L->R) Noah, August, Wyatt, Mallory, Tara, and Courtney
It's finally here *drum-roll*... FALL nail polish!!!!!! The season I patiently wait for starting January 1st every year LOL. Today, I have the Zoya 2016 Urban Grunge One Coat Creams to share with you lovely people.

This 6 polish collection is filled with some rich, gorgeous colors that won't make you miss summer colors one bit! ;] Check them out after the jump.

Zoya Noah

Let's start off with a shade that looks like crap on me LOL :[ Noah is a "mid-range taupe evenly balanced between yellow and grey". I feel like it looked worse on me in real life, I think it's a little too yellow for me. I wish I could say better things about this polish but I can't lie, not a fan.

I did 2 coats of Noah. It had a nice opaque formula and with a good dry time.

Zoya August

This is August, a "gray like a fine, expensive leather wit mid-ranged, balanced tone". This is a nice true grey creme with a drop of blue. While this bring out the redness in my hands, I really enjoy this shade of grey! It's unique yet classy at the same time.

I did 2 coats of August. It had a nice smooth application and a dry time I can't complain about!

Zoya Wyatt

Now we get into the colorrrrrrssssss. Starting off with a bang, Wyatt is a deep, forest-y, "true racing green". It's rich, deep, and is the perfect shade of green for fall. Dark green polishes are my favorite, so this one is a winner in my book!

This is 1 coat of Wyatt. The formula was perfectly opaque, the only one I could get full coverage with 1 coat. No issues with dry time.

Zoya Mallory

Another great color: Mallory, a "full bodied, Prussian blue with deeply saturated color". I love when these bright blue colors come out for fall! They're rich and deep, but still bright and unique. I find myself reaching for this shade of blue all the time, how could I not!

I did 2 coats of Mallory. Another nice formula with a dry time I can't complain about. The only bad thing is that this one stains (understandable)... and I only had it on for a few minutes, so double up on your base coat!

Zoya Tara

Heading into the darker colors, here is Tara - a "purple plum with a balanced tone between red and purple". This is a pretty vampy purple. Classic fall color that is rich and mysterious. I can totally see myself wearing this one pretty often.

I did 2 coats of Tara. No issues to report with this one either. Dry time was great and the application was flawless.

Zoya Courtney

Last but not least is Courtney. Courtney is a "deep red beet root shade". This reminds me when everyone was obsessed with oxblood red shades haha. I love this color, I'm wearing it on my toes now :P Can't go wrong with a nice, dark red creme! Forever classy.

I did 2 coats of of Courtney. No issues with this polish's application, nice and smooth with pretty opaque coverage. If you're cleaning up with a brush, I do recommend waiting until the polish is more dry than wet or else it gets messy! No dry time issues :]

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Price: $10 each / $60 6-polish Collection
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And those are the cream polishes from Zoya for Fall 2016! I hope some of you can get 1 coat out of these. Maybe it's the way I polish... but aside from Wyatt, these "One Coat Creams" required 2 from me. I don't mind doing 2 coats, so I'm really complaining. On the plus side, they are pretty opaque and saturated. My top 3: Wyatt, Mallory, and Tara.

I can't wait to swatch the glittery half of the Fall 2016 Collection, the Metallic Holos. Hope to have them up soon, stay tuned :]

Yours Truly,
These items were sent for review. My opinions of the brand are my own and are not influenced in any way. Please read the disclaimer tab for more information about my reviews.

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