Zoya Calm Collection [Spring 2020]

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Introducing Calm for Spring 2020, a soothing assortment of serene creams and a beautiful shimmer that is perfect for any occasion. This collection evokes the tranquil feeling of new beginnings as we enter the next season.

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My Thoughts on the Zoya Calm Collection 

Hello lovelies, I hope you all are as excited as I am for the latest Zoya collection! Today I am sharing with you the Zoya Calm Collection for Spring 2020.

This collection is comprised of six beautiful and serene shades that evoke the tranquil feelings of new beginnings.

This time around, Zoya sent out the PR and press materials out in a different way, and I was obsessed with the lookbook that they sent out along with everything else. All these polishes were paired with stunning designs from major designers’ spring collections - and it was so great to see where Zoya’s inspiration came from. If you want to take a peek at that, you can view the lookbook here!

These are all out now at zoya.com, so go pick up your favorite shades today!

Now onto the swatches…

Swatches of the Zoya Calm Collection

COLLEEN | Colleen is a sweet and delicate pink cream with warm undertones. If you know me, you know light warm toned polishes are not usually my vibe, but I did think Colleen was a great pallet cleanser for me (and my feed). I got this to full opacity in 2 coats.

EMERSON | Emerson is described as a modern baby blue cream. I see a splash of purple in there, and this cool toned polish pulls periwinkle on me. I love love love this shade, and will absolutely be wearing it all throughout the spring. I got this one easily opaque in 2 coats.

LEIF | Leif is a gentle and harmonious light sage green cream, with a smidgen of dustiness mixed in. I think this is so fresh for Spring! I know that greens like this are not for everyone, but I do think I will get a lot of use from this one. Again, Zoya’s cream formula is a homerun, and I got it fully opaque in 2 easy coats.

VEE | Vee is a muted lilac cream. I think this is a pretty shade, but not one that I was jumping out of my seat to buy. I have a few Zoya polishes that are similar, and because this isn’t a shade that I reach for normally, I will probably pass this on to a friend who will get more use out of it! That being said, the formula was really nice on this one and I got it easily opaque in 2 coats.

AJ | Aj is a subtle, sparkling blush with a gorgeous copper micro-shimmer. Because this is such a light shimmer, I thought that the formula would be super sheer, but I was surprised to get this pretty polish opaque in just 2 coats!

LAURA | Laura is a soft pink toned “nude” cream, and one of probably a million that Zoya has. I always love a good neutral, and this one is very pretty on me, but I plan to do a comparison post so I can narrow down which nudes I actually need in my collection. The formula on this one was a little stickier, and on the first coat it did pool around the edges of my nails, so go for a thinner first coat. I got it fully opaque in 2-3 coats.

Final Thoughts on the Zoya Calm Collection

Okay, are these the most unique colors ever? No. But, I do love all these colors paired together, and I am obsessed with how clean and calming they make me feel. I was also so happy to see a few unique to my collection Zoya polishes.

I think that my favorites are Emerson and Leif. Is anyone surprised? I’m not haha. Blues and greens are my vice.

Per usual, you can pick up the Sampler for $60, or you can pick up each of these for $10/bottle.

BUT if you’re looking to treat yourself for just a little bit more…Zoya has a great deal for this Spring Treatment Color Box $69.95.

So for less that $10 more, you get all six full-sized Calm polishes, PLUS the Zoya Gelie-Cure System with Mini Travel LED light, the Zoya Naked Manicure Pink Perfector, the Zoya Naked Manicure Glossy Seal, Zoya Fast Drops, and a Qtica Smart Spa Oylie Body Oil.

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

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