Zoya Color Lock System
Zoya True Winter Collection
Zoya Fleck Effect Collection
Qtica Intense Total Hydrating Therapy
Qtica Intense Cuticle Repair Balm
I will be reviewing all the products of the next few weeks, and was so excited to try the Qtica products. I am already loving the Cuticle Repair Balm, as they took a beating in the dry air of Arizona.
That said, here are two of the lighter colors from the Zoya True collection. First off is Zoya Farah, a creamy beige polish that is best applied in thin coats. I prefer 3 thin coats to 2 thicker since I have a few issues with Farah pooling. It needs a topcoat to help even it out, it makes a world of difference. Farah has no shimmer to it, just a straight simple cream. This is 3 thin coats of Zoya Farah with 1 coat of Zoya Armor.
|Zoya Farah in natural light|
Next up is Zoya Cho, probably my preferred of this review. Cho has a slight shimmer to it, which I believe to be a bit more forgiving. Cho has more of a yellow undertone to it, in contrast to Farah which is more green. The shimmer in Cho is almost silver which makes it a bit more appealing to me. I would go with 3 thin coats here as well, since Cho is a little streaky. This is 3 thin coats of Cho with 1 coat of Zoya Armor over the top.
|Zoya Cho in natural light|
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