Zoya Naturel Satins Nail Art
Today I used the Zoya Naturel Satin Collection for nail art. I created gradients with all six shades so you can see what they look like next to each other. They are all so soft and pretty, and even a nail art mani with these shades could be called work-appropriate. Over the gradients I had to use top coat to make them blend so I used a matte top coat so that the finish would still be matte. But since the Naturel Satins have a semi-matte satin finish, the look with my matte top coat from Butter London is a bit more matte.
I did a stamping design over the gradients with Nailz Craze Russian Plate and the silver foil OPI Haven't the Foggiest. I also tried to stamp with the Naturel Satins at first and they do work for stamping as they are heavily pigmented. But the colors are to light so it didn't work for this, but over a white base could work.
OPI Haven't the Foggiest (silver foil)
Zoya Ana (light nude satin)
Zoya Brittany (mauve satin)
Zoya Leah (lavender grey satin)
Zoya Rowan (taupe satin)
Zoya Sage (sage green satin)
Zoya Tove (blue toned grey satin)