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The Zoya Toasty Collection Winter 2023

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Zoya has given us the Toasty Collection as their transitional winter 2023 collection for this year. This collection of 6 creamy nail polishes is warm and cozy! There are 2 grays, 2 pinks and 2 wines. All of them have a neutral vibe about them. 

I had a cat helping me with my photo shoot as you can see in the picture above! 😹 

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Here is a skittles manicure to show you the collection.

Zoya Toasty Collection

The Zoya Toasty Collection

Zoya Abigail
Zoya Abigail a medium grey, with cool undertones in a cream formula. It provides nice coverage in 2 coats.

Zoya Crystal
Zoya Crystal is a muted grey mauve with warm undertones in a cream formula with 2 coat coverage. This color has been the favorite at the salon.

Zoya Rae
Zoya Rae is a dusty rose, with subtle warm and tan undertones in a cream formula with 2 coat coverage.

Zoya Hattie
Zoya Hattie is a rosy, warm pink in a cream formula. 2 coats covers beautifully.

Zoya Elowen
Zoya Elowen is a rich cabernet in a cream formula. I find this color goes on a bit streaky and needs 3 coats to achieve full coverage. It's a beauty, though!

Zoya Ora
Zoya Ora is a raisin blackberry in a cream formula. 2 coats provides full coverage for this super glossy color!

There you are. The warm and Toasty Transitional Collection for winter 2023 from Zoya. Maybe you found a new favorite color. My favorite in this collection is Elowen.

Find the latest colors on the Zoya website. You can find beautiful classic colors on Amazon at great prices.

You can find Zoya products at salons, spas, and on Amazon.

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

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. 

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