Up first is Minka, a pale, milky beige nude with yellow undertones..especially flattering on skin with neutral and olive tones. At first glance, I knew this shade was not going to be a good match for me. Minka was a little streaky on the first coat, but evened out to a nice creamy, opaque finish. The brush on this one was somewhat thin, but still spread out evenly across the nail.
Next is Pandora, a medium pink-beige nude with blue and mauve undertones...that works beautifully on skin with cool tones. I thought to myself "this is a little better," when I first saw Pandora in the bottle. The pink undertones were so strong in this shade that it definitely leaned more towards a mauve polish than a nude on me. Pandora so close to being a one-coater! This shade leveled out nicely on the nail. The brush was thicker than that of Minka and was much easier to work with. My right hand even makes an appearance for this one. :)
Which shade in this collection worked best for you??? Happy polishing dolls!
*Zoya polishes can be purchased HERE. All products featured were sent by PR for review*