Zoya Intriguing Collection Swatch & Review [Winter/Holiday 2020]

Zoya’s newest collection, INTRIGUING, has arrived for Holiday 2020! This collection offers a wide range of winter-themed shades and finishes including metallic greens, wintery blue micro-shimmers, and red-toned purple creams. This variety embodies the magic of the holidays.


My Thoughts on the Zoya Intriguing Collection for Winter/Holiday

Hello lovelies! Today I am brining you my swatch and review of the Zoya Intriguing Collection for winter/holiday 2020!

I know Christmas has just passed, but I adore the Zoya winter collections, and I really think there are some special shades in this collection that you can rock for the rest of winter - or all year round! 

The Zoya Intriguing Collection is made up of 12 winter-themed shades and finishes including metallic greens, wintery blue micro-shimmers, and red-toned purple creams. These are all out now at zoya.com, so go pick up your favorite shades today!

Now on to the swatches... 

Swatches of the Zoya Intriguing Collection



 NICO | Nico can best be described as a celadon-toned pearl with a touch of silver shimmer blended in. Do you think this polish is green or gold?! Let me know in the comments. ⁠I used 3 coats for full coverage.



EUNICE | Eunice can best be described as a chartreuse metallic green. On me doesn't this look like a lime green? I always picture chartreuse to be a smidge more yellow...⁠I think this is a perfect Grinch green, lmk if you want me to try some Grinch nail art with this polish!⁠ I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



REGINA | Regina can best be described as an alluring dark emerald green metallic. Uhm stop me in my tracks, this is the most stunning jewel-toned green ever! I want this on my nails RIGHT NOW. I used 2 coats for full coverage.



MEREDITH | Meredith can best be described as a twinkling midnight sapphire blue with an icy light blue shimmer. Any Grey's fans out there? I just started watching it during quarantine and I'm fully obsessed! I can't help but think about it when I use this polish! ⁠I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



NISHA | Nisha can best be described as a deep royal blue-violet metallic. Another perfect blurple from Zoya, are we surprised? I love the formula on these deep jewel-tones from Zoya. Do you have a fav jewel-toned polish? ⁠ I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



KOLEY | Koley can best be described as a ruby pink metallic. I feel like Zoya has really been pushing the pink for the holidays vibes, and I am all for that! Would you want to see some comparisons with Koley? Let me know in the comments! I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



SOKO | Soko can best be described as a wintery Poinsettia red cream. This creamy red has a hint of orange, and really does embody a poinsettia flower! It's your classic Zoya red, but if you would like some comparisons let me know! ⁠I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



BEVERLY | Beverly can best be described as a dark purple-toned red cream. This is like a creamy wine color - this is really a color I always reach for in, like, January when it's still cold but the holidays are over. Is it a color you would wear?⁠ The formula was really perfect and I used 2 coats for full coverage.



AVI | Avi can best be described as a smoky greige cream with a hint of red-brown. We're entering the deep cream colors, and of the 3 I think I personally like this one the least. It's still beautiful, but not a color I will probably reach for after this. ⁠The formula is again the classic Zoya cream formula, and I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



BRETT | Brett can best be described as a deep charcoal indigo cream. I am so intrigued by this polish...in the bottle, it looked indigo but on my nails, it looks navy blue. Maybe it's just my skin tone! ⁠The formula is again the classic Zoya cream formula, and I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



ISTI | Isti can best be described as a wintery steel blue, textured PixieDust with a pop of brilliant royal blue for added vibrancy. I love me a good pixie polish! Do you like this textured formula?⁠ I used 2-3 coats for full coverage.



LOTTIE | Lottie can best be described as a soft champagne pearl with a hint of glistening shimmer blended in. This is such pretty champagne, but it is a bit sheer.⁠ I used 3-4 coats for full coverage.


Final thoughts on the Zoya Intriguing Collection 

Ok how beautiful are these winter polishes! Jewel tones own my heart! If I had to pick my favorites, I would say Regina and Meredith are just so gorgeous and I could not recommend them enough. 

This collection is already available and pricing is the same at $10 a bottle. 

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

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