Zoya Fall 2020: Luscious


Get ready to fall in love with Zoya's fall 2020 collection Luscious. This collection is jam-packed with quintessential fall colors and has me craving cooler days and leaf-peeping. Whether you enjoy the sultry red or earthy colors, Luscious is sure to have something just for you. 

All the descriptions below are from Zoya.


Wanda can best be described as a cool-toned rouge pink with a gold and rainbow micro-shimmer. I love a good pink, and this appears to be a great transition to fall color. 


Patrice can best be described as a neutral blush with a rainbow and gold micro-shimmer. This color looks like it will be absolutely stunning on, and one that I am extremely excited for. 


Teresa can best be described as a deep purple toned ruby metallic. 


Andrea can best be described as a cool-toned, duo-chrome metallic with a purple and green shift. Who doesn't love a good sultry, vampy vanish?


Bentley can best be described as a deepened grape cream. I am extremely excited for Bentley, as I love a good purple for fall. 


Sharon can best be described as a red-toned wild berry cream.


Lisa can best be described as a rich garnet red cream.


Soleil can best be described as a warm sparkling cider metallic. Oh my gosh, I am so excited to try this polish out, it looks perfect for a day at the apple orchard. 


Tasha can best be described as a sensual brunette brown metallic. Can we say hello gorgeous?


Mel can best be described as a slightly muted forest green cream. This right here is the color I have been waiting for! I am obsessed with army green vibes for fall and this polish is channeling all those vibes. 


Lou can best be described as a deep spruce blue cream with a kiss of green. No room for the blues with this pretty polish.


Tommy can best be described as a blue-toned slate grey cream. Just when you think this collection can not get any more beautiful, they give you Tommy!

Saying I am excited for the Zoya 2020 Fall release Luscious would be an understatement. You can find the collection online Monday, August 10. 

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