Part 1 of the annual Zoya duo set is Island Fun, a sextet of rich, tropical cremes that really reflect the rich color palette of the islands. All were two coaters and richly pigmented. Take a look.
A classic teal, this was surprisingly more flattering on me that I would've expected (I don't do teals). However, I was warned that this stains so I used Yellow Stopper as a base coat and peeled off the mani after swatching which avoided any staining.
More of a blue leaning teal, Talia was another surprisingly flattering shade on me. A tad more green tone than my photo allows, this was also said to have the same staining issues. Yellow Stopper as a base here too avoided any staining on my nails.
Described as a "tropical green," Jace has heavy yellow undertones that I just don't love. Works with the collection's color palette but this is just not my shade of green.
I love this rich fuchsia creme! Nana is the perfect deep pink that will work all year round and still remain a classic. Super girly and chic.
A true, 1950s red, Demetria is timeless. Stunning, perfect coverage, and just a staple polish for any girl with a penchant for vintage pinup.
A deep purple-toned periwinkle, my camera sorta washed this shade out, however Serenity is a stunner. Purple lovers take note: this creme is rich and regal and absolutely perfect.
To purchase the Island Fun Collection for Summer 2015, be sure to visit Zoya.com.
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