Hello and a happy Monday afternoon/evening!
Today I have the new Zoya Sophisticates Fall 2017 Collection for you. This collection features twelve new shades in neutrals, mauve/wine shades and smoky shimmers and cremes.
The formula was really quite good with these. Ten of them were just two coats and the other two were three thin coats. I didn’t have any application problems to speak of. Everything does look very fall-esque (which I am not ready for at ALL) so you who have been waiting for deeper shades might find some new faves!
McKenna is a light almond with a pearly finish. This is two coats.
Presley is a light mauve/taupe creme. This is two coats.
Beth is a light sandy rose-gold metallic. This is two coats.
Hera is a muted red/mauve creme. This is two coats.
Joni is a dusty plum creme. This is three thin coats.
Padma is a deep vermillion red creme. This is two coats.
Gal is a smoky peridot/gold metallic. This is three coats.
Tabitha is a deep hunter green with pearly shimmer. This is two coats.
Yvonne is a deep bordeaux/red creme. This is two coats.
Mona is a dark burgundy/plum creme. This is two coats.
Elaine is a dark umber brown creme. This is two coats.
Hadley is a super dark midnight blue creme. This is two coats.
There you have it! Ok now here are my thoughts on this collection. As a whole I find it a bit…uninspiring. I think part of it is because I am not really a fan of plum/red/wine shades in these tones/finishes, so they don’t interest me, and they are half of the collection. I’m not a gigantic fan of the pearl finish personally either, but Tabitha is a really nice hunter green. I do also really like Elaine and Hadley, which are suuuuuper dark, but not black. The most unique one here might be Beth, which is a really unusual taupe/rose gold shifty kind of shade.
You can find the Zoya Sophisticates Fall 2017 Collection on their site now and they are $10.00 each.
Which ones in this collection are you most drawn to?