Sunday, September 7, 2014

Zoya Entice Collection Review


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Happy Sunday Polished Babes! Tomorrow is the Big Day! What is this Big Day I speak of? Kendall begins her new preschool!!! Hip hip hooray! LOL! I'm so ready. This girl has been driving me nuts! Anyway, I have the Zoya Entice Fall Collection to share with you today. The colors in this collection are absolutely gorgeous, making me even more excited about my first real fall season! Let's take a look at these beauties.


Veronica, according to the brand, is "a full-coverage brilliant red wine." That's a pretty good description. This deep berry is an absolutely stunning one coater. The formula is perfect. I used two easy coats and it dried to a glossy finish without topcoat.
Zoya Veronica

Zoya Veronica

Claire, according to the brand, is "a warm, rich burgundy." This is a super vampy oxblood shade, which leans heavily toward the brown spectrum. I actually thought it was brown until I swatched it! The first coat was slightly patchy, but it looked great after the second was applied. This one also dried to a super glossy finish without topcoat.
Zoya Claire

Zoya Claire

Next up is, Nyssa, "a milk chocolate brown cream." The formula was good. I used two coats and it dried shiny, just like the previous two. This one also had me thinking it would give me perfect mannequin hands. It's actually pretty close to perfect for my complexion, but it's more noticeable in real life than these pictures.
Zoya Nyssa

Zoya Nyssa

Genevieve is described as a "cool leather grey." This one looked like a straight up slate grey color in the bottle. I was surprised to see the shimmer when I began to apply it. The formula was rather sheer, which was another surprise. I used two coats here, but as you can see this one is prone to showing brush strokes. In all honesty, this is the one that I was looking forward to the most from this portion of the collection, but it was a total let down. This would've been absolutely perfect to me, if Zoya had nailed the creme formula as they've been doing in their recent collections. <insert sad face here>
Zoya Genevieve

Zoya Genevieve

Margo, according to Zoya, is "a modern red plum." Ummm...okay. I'm not really sure what that means, but I see it as a fuchsia that leans more purple than pink. It's a great play between the two colors. Anyway, the formula was good and went on without any issues in just two coats. It dried to a shiny finish without topcoat. I really love this color!!
Zoya Margo

Zoya Margo

The last one from this collection is called Ryan. She is described by the brand as "a classic indigo cream." This is a deep blue cream with a perfect formula. I love how dark this shade is and the fact that it never looks black. You know what I mean? Some blues are so dark that it ends up looking like you're wearing black. Not with this one. She stays a stunning blue in all lighting! I used two easy coats and it dried to a glossy finish without topcoat. As a bonus, it doesn't stain like many blues tend to do!
Zoya Ryan

Zoya Ryan

Overall, this is another winning collection from Zoya. Unfortunately, Genevieve didn't work out to well for me, but that's okay. These are available now on Zoya's Website and at Ulta stores as well.
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4 comments:

  1. Great fall colors these are. There such rich and deep shades.

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  2. PolishedtoPrecisionSeptember 8, 2014 at 9:53 AM

    I agree Lisa!

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  3. Veronica and Margo are my favorites on you!

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  4. PolishedtoPrecisionSeptember 9, 2014 at 1:47 AM

    Thank you Jessica! I am so in love with Margo!!

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