Zoya’s Summer 2012 Beach Collection – The Pinks

I’m going to bring Zoya’s new Summer 2012 Collections to you in 4 parts.  I’m not a power swatcher and I’ve been lacking in the good health department lately (read my about me).  First I’m going to bring you the 3 pinks from the Beach Collection.  My initial thought was “why 3 pinks in one collection?”, but they are so different and great for all the new summer fashions out this year.  In fact, I can say I’m in love with all 12 polishes in both new collections.

First is Reagan, she is described as a cool fuchsia pink with subtle blue undertone and an opaque cream finish.  I think this my favorite of the 3 pinks.  Opaque in 2 coats and very smooth in application.

 Next, is Lara, she is described as a medium magenta-rose pink with subtle yellow undertone and a soft cream finish.  Again, application is 2 very smooth coats.  Did I mention this is my favorite?  🙂


Last but not least, my favorite, Shelby.  She is described as a soft but colorful cherry blossom pink with an opaque cream finish.  This was 2 thin coats and I think I could have safely went with a 3rd.


I know I said all 3 were my favorite, but each time I applied another color, it did become just that!  I will bring you the rest of the Beach collection this week and the Surf collection also.  You can purchase this collection on their website at Zoya.com, Ulta or in some salons.  The polishes retail for $8 each.  Follow Zoya on Facebook and learn about promotions and share your favorite Zoya manicures with other fans.  To view the 2nd part of the Beach Collection click here.  What do you think about the new collections so far?

*The polishes in this post were provided to me by the company for my honest and unbiased review.

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