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Spring Nail Colors 2019: Zoya Innocence Collection, Swatches and Review

Zoya has created a soft, beautiful collection of 6 nail polish colors for spring, the Innocence Collection. 
Zoya Innocence Collection Spring 2019
You are going to love them and actually can wear them now while we wait for the spring flowers that are starting to peak through the snow! 
spring bulbs, zoya fern
These easy to wear colors are already a hit at the salon. Maybe my clients anxious for spring or maybe they are just tired of wearing the darker colors.
Zoya Innocence Collection Spring 2019
All of the Innocence colors have a soft looking quality to them. Most provide full streak free coverage. Theo, the glitter gray, goes on more sheer than the others. I have my favorites, of course! Here is the collection in detail:


The Zoya Innocence Collection for  Spring 2019

Birch
Zoya Birch
Birch is a pale grayish lavender. It provides full opaque creamy coverage and has a nice modern look.

Agnes
Zoya Agnes
Agnes is a lovely skin flattering blush. It also provides full opaque creamy coverage. Agnes is a perfect bridal blush color. One of my favorites in the collection!

Evette
Zoay Evette
Evette is a beautiful grape with full opaque creamy coverage. It reminds me of a lighter version of Donnie from the Element Collection.

Aire
Zoya Aire
Aire is a fabulous dusty periwinkle with full opaque creamy coverage. This one is a favorite for me and my clients. It had to go right on my toes! Periwinkle is a color that works well with many skin tones. It's just gorgeous.

Fern
Zoya Fern
Fern is a gray sage with a soft, ever so slight, pearl finish. It too provides full coverage. This is another favorite. It is an unusual, but not weird, color than my clients are adoring! I just love it. I could see this being an awesome color for spring bridesmaids.

Theo
Zoya Theo
Theo is the metallic one of the bunch. It's a gray with a fine dark blue glitter and multi sized and shaped silver flakes. As I mentioned, this color goes on more translucent and will build up to opaque coverage.
Pairings
Agnes and Leia
Zoya Agnes, Zoya Leia
I am always layering colors to create a custom looks for my clients. Many of them are fans of glitter as am I. Agnes looks amazing topped with Leia. Brides, consider this combination for your wedding day. Top all the nails with Leia or just a few as accent nails.
Aire and Fern
Zoya Fern, Zoya Aire
Who says blue and green don't go together? These two soft colors have a heathery softness that makes them coordinate beautifully with each other. I love them together!

As always, Zoya professional nail lacquer wears quite well on natural nails and is free of the harmful ingredients formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, camphor, TPHP, parabens, xylene, ethyl tosylamide and lead. You can find Zoya products at salons, spas, zoya.com and on Amazon.  

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Remove your Polish
When it's time to remove your polish, I recommend Zoya Remove+ Polish Remover or Pure Acetone Polish Remover. Acetone is a safe effective solvent for removing nail polish.
The Zoya Remove+ contains 2-propanone, aka acetone, diluted with water plus moisturizing glycerine. It removes your polish effectively without drying out your nails and comes in a great flip top pump bottle.

Zoya Remove+ Ingredients: 2-Propanone, Water (Aqua), Glycerine, Fragrance, D&C Violet #2.

Pure Acetone Polish Remover is the fastest way to remove nail polish especially stubborn glitter polish. It will dry out your nails a bit but you don't need much on a cotton pad to whisk away nail polish. Quick, short exposure to acetone is not terrible on the nails. Soaking in acetone to remove gel polish is terrible on the nails.

Rinse your nails after removing nail polish. Re-polish them or apply nail and cuticle oil if you are leaving them bare.


Have a Beautiful, Colorful Day 

Come on Spring! 💮
xo



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zoya fern with drinks from first watch


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