Good afternoon everyone! I hope you have all been having a wonderful Fall! Things have been hectic as always, working as a buyer at a Hospital I feel the extreme supply chain issues daily and to say it’s been stressful is a light statement. I would have never imagined I’d be in the position of fighting and struggling to get supplies in to take care of patients and while it’s been stressful, I have a great success rate of finding the goods and getting them in before it becomes an issue. I was hoping things would begin to normalize in the New Year but with this new variant, things are looking scary again so keep your fingers crossed for me!
To destress I’ve been cooking a lot more and trying to spend needed relaxing moments with the fur kids. I am hoping to start the blog back up and I have tons of new things planned for the New Year. I won’t be caged by the daily stresses of life anymore. To get things rolling again I’m going to start off by sharing a lovely Fall inspired collection called Nostalgic from Zoya. We all know my love for the brand so I’m thrilled to be showing you guys some new beauties. Today we have a ton of photos so let’s jump on in!
First up we have Mila. This shade is described as a sultry, deep mahogany red cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Mila by Zoya.
Next up we have Rumi. This shade is described as a muted terracotta cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Rumi by Zoya.
Now for a lighter shade for Fall. Vivi is described as a dusty, cool-toned rose pink cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Vivi by Zoya.
Next, we have one of my favorites from the Nostalgic collection. Austin is described as a cool wedge-wood blue cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Austin by Zoya.
This next shade was tied for my favorite and was a color I didn’t realize I needed until I swatched it. Cooper is described as a logan green cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Cooper by Zoya.
Lastly, we have Becca, the darkest shade from the collection. Becca is described as a blackened fig cream. In my photos, I am wearing just two coats of Becca by Zoya.
So what do you guys think of the Nostalgic collection from Zoya? Overall, thrilled they are all creams because Zoya’s cream blends are the best for stamping so it’s two in one for me. Each shade is heavily pigmented, builds opacity with ease, and has a flawless finish. All a big win! The Nostalgic collection is available now at Zoya and one is a great treat in any stocking. While checking out all the lovely lacquers, be sure to take a look at all the amazing other products Zoya has to offer.
Thank you guys so much for sticking around and stopping by today. I will be working on getting more posts up soon and giving you guys more of a look into my little world. I hope you all have a great weekend!
Products provided for review but that does not influence my opinions.
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