These stunning professional nail lacquers, are so long-wearing they’ve won an award for being the longest wearing polishes for natural nails! Beautiful densely pigmented shades, a dream to apply, and are '5-free,' which means they are free from toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBT (dibutyl phthalate) and camphor. These polishes are suitable even for those with allergies to traditional polishes, and are vegan-friendly and cruelty-free.
Zoya describe the True Collection as ‘Honestly Beautiful Colou,r’ and we have to say we agree. This fashion-inspired collection draws influences from the art of Monet, in its palette of full-bodied, and highly pigmented yet subtly beautiful shades.
All six stunning opaque shades hint at Springtime blooms.
Firstly there are two warm-toned opaque light cream finish nudes: Cho, a kiss of vanilla, in a yellow-toned light soft peachy beige with the tiniest hint of ultra fine silver shimmer, that’s beautiful on all skin tones, and particularly lovely for those with yellow undertones or olive-tones in their complexion. Then there’s Cho’s sister shade, the gorgeous Farah, a sophisticated, suits everyone, light khaki-beige with the most subtle sandy, undertones and merest hint of green.
Delicate colours of the sea and sky can be found in the next two shades in the collection. Firstly there’s Bevin, the most delicate cool-toned dusty, medium sage green with teal tones, and a stunning opaque cream finish, followed by Skylar, a divine medium-toned steel blue with a softened, dusty look and delicate dancing speckles of gold and silver shimmer flecks, that’s bold but never brash.
Rounding off the collection are two colour-shifting shimmering delicate purple-toned shades. There’s Tru, a saturated, cool red-toned grape purple with speckles of shimmer that reflect gold, orange and red, and Lotus, an extremely soft, dusty warm and cool, blue-toned amethyst purple with colorful shimmer that reflect pink, red and gold. This beautiful dreamy smokey shade gives a soft and delicately luminous finish.