Zoya Element Collection Swatches and Review

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Introducing the Zoya ELEMENT collection, the latest shades from Zoya featuring an array of blush toned mauves, deep sultry hues and mystical metallics.


My Thoughts on the Zoya Element Collection 

Hello lovelies! I am so sorry for my absence, I have been dealing with some personal life things and the blog sadly fell by the wayside the last month. That being said -- I am making a comeback with the GORGEOUS collection from Zoya, and the start of all the beautiful Fall collections coming out!

Zoya's Element Collection is the epitome of fall. With 12 brand new pretty shades, you are sure to find something in this collection that knocks your socks off. These polishes went live on Zoya.com August 1st so be sure to pick up your favorites today!


This collection is comprised of an array of blush toned mauves, deep sultry hues and mystical metallics -- all of which I love to wear in the Fall/Autumn time. 

As with all of Zoya's collections, these polishes are 10 free, cruelty free, and have an amazing formula, all of which are part of the reason that Zoya is my favorite mainstream brand! 

But now onto the swatches... 


DEVIN | Devin is a gorgeous steel blue with hints of multicolored shimmer in a dense foil finish. The glitters in this  This polish was super sheer on the first coat, but built up beautifully in 2 coats.


RUMOR | Rumor is a dusty pink with a pearly sheen. If you’re not one for brush marks, then this is not the polish for you, the lines don’t level out -- but that doesn’t bother me. This was a thicker formula that dried fast so you have to work quickly. It was close to a one coater, but got this opaque in 2 coats.


JENNA | Jenna is a dusty rose pink cream with blue undertones. This was a classic Zoya cream polish and was perfect in 2 easy coats.


RUTHIE | Ruthie is a gorgeous raspberry rose cream. This is a beautiful berry shade for fall, and builds up to full opacity in 2 coats


MARYANN | Maryann is a pink-toned rose with soft gold shimmer. This is a really beautiful shade for fall, and I love the shimmer in it, but it was a bit patchy at the 1st and 2nd coat, but built up nicely on the 3rd coat


KENDRA | Kendra is a deep berry cream that is again, a classic Zoya formula and opaque in 2 coats.


ALYSSA | Alyssa is a red-toned purple cranberry cream. This shade was a little tough for me to work with, and was another formula that dried quickly, but did get opaque in 2 coats.


DONNIE | Donnie is a purple-toned sangria cream that dries a little darker than it looks in the bottle. I was able to get this opaque in 2 coats.


MAEVE | Maeve is a beautiful concord grape cream, which I love to wear in the winter. The formula on this one follows suite with the other creams in the collection. This was 2 coats.


RACHAEL | First of all, I love the spelling of this polish! Rachael is a mulberry berry cream that reminds me of a deep glass of red wine. This is a crelly formula that builds up in 2 coats.


LEIGHTON | Leighton is a deeply saturated blackened aubergine cream. I had been looking for a cruelty free version color to replace my old favorite OPI Lincoln Park After Dark, and this is perfect. This classic Zoya cream was opaque in 2 coats.


GARDNER | Gardner is a deep periwinkle with a vibrant magenta shimmer in a dense foil finish. This is for sure my favorite color in the collection, it is just so beautiful and unique. This was the same formula as Devin, it looked like it would need 3 coats, but built up perfectly in 2!



Final Thoughts on the Zoya Element Collection

Overall, this collection lives up to the Zoya formula I have come to know and love! I know I complained in the summer that it was a heavy pink and red collection, and this is a heavy purple and pink collection -- but I have to admit that I don't miss any blues or greens here.

I love the two glitter polishes, I think they are so gorgeous and perfect for the transition form summer to fall. Let me know your favorite shades down below!



*This post is not sponsored. No affiliate links are used. These products were gifted to me by ZOYA for consideration.*

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