Press Sample It's Monday again and I finally have a post ready for you guys! In between going back to school and working full time, I haven't had a ton of time to talk polish/nail art with you guys but I'm def trying.
Anyway today's swatch and review about for Zoya Entice (créme) & Ignite (shimmer) Collections is probably the largest swatch and review I've ever done in one post here on Nail A College Drop Out so let's get to it!
Veronica is a berry tone that I wasn't too thrilled with color-wise, but it does have an impressive formula. Being a two coat, full coverage créme isn't anything to scoff at honey.
Remy & Ryan
Ryan is an indigo créme that, unlike its shimmer counterpart, becomes opaque in two coats. I think this would be great for some nautical themed nail art.
Sansa & Margo
Sansa an eggplant with gold shimmer. Much like the rest of the E&I lacquers, it is opaque in in two coats.
Margo looks kind of meh on its on but I def pops next to Sansa! This is the only shade that required three coats.
Yuna & Genevieve
Genevieve is an elephant gray créme with a streaky first coat, but evens out just fine after the second.
Autumn & Nyssa
Nyssa is described as a milk chocolate brown that becomes fully opaque in two coats.
Overall the Entice & Ignite collections are full coverage, and with the exception of Margo & Remy, all the shades obtain full coverage in two smooth coats.
If you have to choose only two lacquers from the ones posted today--you know, if you were trapped in some sad parallel universe that only allows you to choose two bottles of nail polish out of a twelve piece set--you should definitely make it Remy and Sansa.
Before I end this post, I do want to say the Ignite Collection reminds me of a fall alternative to the Irresistible Collection for Summer 2013. Don't believe me? Peep Lakeisha's swatches over on her blog RefindandPolished.com
Remy, Sansa, and every other lacquer shown above retails for $9 each on Zoya.com.
What's your favorite combination of créme and shimmer? Let's talk polish in the comments!
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