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Spring Pastel Nail Colors 2021: The Zoya Darling Collection

Are you looking for the latest nail polish colors for spring? I've got some to show you. It's time to lighten up and brighten up our fingers and toes to chase away the winter blues. Flowers are peeking up through the cold ground and will be blooming their brilliant colors in no time.

Zoya has given us a lovely batch of nail colors to wear this spring. They have a soft pastel feel about them. You can't go wrong with any of them.
 
Here is the beautiful Zoya Darling Spring 2021 Collection.
zoya darling spring 2021
There are 6 soft creamy colors in this collection that perfectly represent the colors of spring.  Sorry shimmer lovers, there are no shimmers in this collection but I have the perfect glimmering topper to recommend for you a little later in this post.

Each of the Darling colors are very opaque. Light colored opaque creams can sometimes be a little tricky to work with. I have applied three coats of polish in my swatches to achieve the most intense glossy color. I have included affiliate links to some of my favorite products in this post for you to try.

Polish Application Tip: A very opaque polish color may steak on the first coat especially if the color contains a lot of white pigment. Don't try to fix the streaks on the first coat.

First, apply a good base coat. I recommend Zoya Get Even to help smooth out nail ridges.  Next, apply a thin first coat of polish. Apply a thin second coat. The second coat will lay down more coverage and fix the streaks. You can always add a third thin coat if desired. The trick is thin coats! Top it all off with your favorite top coat.
Let's get to the swatches and color descriptions.

The Zoya Darling Collection Spring 2021


Zoya Val
Zoya Val
Think blue spring sky! 
Zoya Val is a beautiful pastel mid tone sky blue cream.
Of course I love it, it's blue!

Zoya Kayleigh
zoya kayleigh
Think beautiful fragrant spring lilacs! 
Zoya Kayleigh is a lovely soft light lavender purple cream.
Did someone say perfect wedding color?


Zoya Mara
zoya-mara
Think mauvy magnolia blossoms! 
Zoya Mara is dusty rosy toned mauve cream.
Mara will look amazing on just about any skin tone.


Zoya Tweedy
zoya tweedy
Think pink primrose! 
Zoya Tweedy is a happy bubblegum pink cream.
It just has spring written all over it!


Zoya Ella
zoya ella
Think orange tulips! 
Zoya Ella is a sunny medium coral cream with pink undertones.
This just may be the perfect coral for spring and summer as well!

Zoya Joyce
zoya joyce
Think bright red tulips! 
Zoya Joyce is a gorgeous bright red rose cream.
I am in love with this vibrant shade!

Aren't they just perfect for spring? I'm having trouble choosing a favorite. Good thing I have them all! Find the Darling Collection on zoya.com.

 

Now for you shimmer fans. I recommend Zoya Leia. She is a great sheer topper on any of these colors adding fabulous multicolor shimmer. 
zoya leia
Leia's sheer opalescence with pink, green and gold shimmering flecks adds dimension and shine to any color nail polish.

ILPN Free Spirit has a similar iridescent look. 

 

spring flowers
Zoya is our favorite nail polish brand at the salon for its beautiful colors, its durability and the fact that it has non toxic ingredients.


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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