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Zoya Naturel 4 Transition Colors 2021

If you are a fan of soft neutral nail polish colors, this collection is perfect for you! These colors are perfect to ease you from the winter to spring when you want to wear spring colors but you are not quite ready yet.

Zoya Naturel 4

There are 6 colors in the Zoya Naturel 4 Collection. Five of them are creams and one is a shimmer. The creams offer full coverage in 2 coats. The shimmer achieves full coverage in 3 coats.

Zoya Evelyn

Zoya Evelyn is a cool toned blush pink cream.

Zoya Cami

Zoya Cami is a neutral toned pale mauve taupe cream.

Zoya Barrett

Zoya Barrett is a neutral toned taupe violet cream.

Zoya Vivian

Zoya Vivian is a cool toned dusty grape cream. Here are my feet in the snow showing off Vivian!

Feet in the snow

Zoya Adeline

Zoya Adeline is a cool deep purple taupe cream.

Zoya Marlowe

Zoya Marlowe is a cool toned blue violet with a rose gold shimmer. Wear it alone with 3 coats for full coverage or use it as a topper over any color.

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. 

Here is my Amazon Zoya Link: Jill's Zoya Amazon Link

       Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, and Have a Beautiful, Colorful Day!
xo
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