Looking at the Zoya Naturel collection as a whole, you can see how the six shades of skin flattering neutrals fall easily into pairs that can be used for multi-colored manicures or nail art. Inspired, I decided to pull out the striping tape and create a design that incorporates the entire collection.
When Zoya previewed the collection, they shared a few nail art ideas, pairing the shades together. I especially love how well Rue and Odette pair.
To begin, I polished each nail with a different shade of the three lightest colors, Chantal, Rue and Taylor. I waited for them to completely dry before proceeding.
Next, I created a double chevron with striping tape, switching the direction on every other nail. I applied one of each of the three darker shades (Brigitte, Odette, Normani) over the tape, pulling it up before the polish dried.
Tip: The key is to miter the tape when you cut it, holding your scissors at a 45 degree angle. Otherwise, you end up with a bit of a jagged edge as evidenced below on my ring finger.
The Zoya Naturel nail polish collection is available now at Zoya.com. Zoya nail polishes retail for $9/ea for a .5oz bottle. Don’t forget, you can try before you buy with the Zoya Color Spoon program.
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