Zoya’s six-piece spring nail collection (Intimate) was inspired by last September’s spring/summer runway shows in New York. For those shows, Zoya embraced frankening, mixing shades from their vast line to create custom colors (and finishes) for a designer’s look. The Intimate shades aren’t literal combinations of existing shades, but they are inspired by the designers’ requests.
Dannii is a royal purple with gold microglitter. Jules is a cool, dirty, beiged gold microglitter. Caitlin is a muted, medium, purpled blue creme. Dove is a surprisingly industrial grey creme (and I’m so tempted to mix in a little Caitlin!). Marley is a satiny lilac; it literally looks like a satin ribbon. Gemma is swamp green with tiny blue (and purple) shimmers.
Zoya polishes are $7 each, and are always free of toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, and dibutyl phthalate (DBP).
Does this collection inspire you to attempt your own color customization?