Zoya Redbook Holiday 2015 Trio Swatches & Review

Hey Polishers!,

How are you doing? I'm alright. Just a bit tired. Winter always makes me feel so sluggish. Come on spring! Lol. Is it me or did January move by rather fast? I can't believe that this is the last week of month already! Today I'll be sharing the polishes from the Zoya Holiday 2015 Trio. Onto the polishes! 

Zoya Redbook Holiday 2015 Trio

Cindy
Zoya Cindy

Cindy is a sheer glittering or sparkly gold polish with iridescent glitter. This is such a pretty polish. I did find this polish to be a bit thick but still very manageable. I didn't have to do any finishing to get the glitters onto the nail. I bet this would look lovely over a dark polish. Shown is three thin coats with top a glossy top coat.

Zoya Cindy

Zoya Cindy

Zoya Cindy

I decided to see what it would look like matte as well. Love it!

Zoya Cindy

Zoya Cindy

Zoya Cindy

Marjorie
Zoya Marjorie

Marjorie is a metallic plum/cranberry polish with subtle shimmer. I instantly loved this when I saw it. This a lovely polish for the holidays or anytime really. The formula was smooth with good coverage. You could get away with one coat but I did two for good measure. Shown is two thin coats with a glossy top coat.

Zoya Marjorie

Zoya Marjorie

Zoya Marjorie

Decided to add a matte top coat to this one as well. Let's just say I like this just as much matte!

Zoya Marjorie

Zoya Marjorie

Zoya Marjorie

Renee
Zoya Renee

Renee is a cherry red crelly and the last polish from this trio. This is your typical cherry red and I'm pretty sure I have something like it or similar to it in my collection. I still really liked it though lol. There was still some slight vnl in person which I didn't mind. Renee could easily be a one coater just like Marjorie but I decided one two. Shown is two thin coats with a glossy top coat.

Zoya Renee

Zoya Renee

You can find Zoya polishes online, in beauty supply stores and they ship internationally as well. Zoya polishes cost about $9.00 each and are known for their 5-FREE formula. This means that their polishes don't contains formaldehyde, resin, toluene, dibutyl, or camphor


What do you think about these polishes? Which one is your favorite? Did you get these? Let me know down in the comments below! 
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28 comments

  1. WOW!!! Marjorie is stunning matte! Love it so much. Renee is beautiful and makes me want to wear my flip flops :) I think Cindy would look fantastic over black. Thanks for sharing these Sasha!

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  2. Marjorie + Matte = STUNNING!

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  3. I have these sitting on my desk to use, and I really need to try them out!

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  4. Oooo, Marjorie! I need her, and I like it both matte and top coated.

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  5. Zoyas always make me happy. Always. One of my favorite reds from them is Carmen, but this one is gorgeous too. I love the matte Marjorie...that look stunning.

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  6. Matte everything! I love glitter & shimmer polishes with a matte top coat. Now I must add two more polishes to my wishlist!

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  7. Wow, Marjorie looks absolutely stunning matted. Renee looks amazing on you!

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  8. Oh my damn, Marjorie is a stunner, especially matted!

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  9. Oh those macros!!!

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  10. Marjorie is one fabulous colour 💜

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  11. I'm slowly starting to like matte lol. Get them! You'll love it.

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  12. I may now have to try and get Carmen and try it out. Since I've tried Zoya I really like them. Thank you.

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  13. Thanks Myishia! Also I did the comparison that you asked me to do as well.

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  14. I know right Paola!! Your very welcome! Thanks for stopping by and reading.

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  16. It's okay! Lmao well at least your back now!

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