Zoya Naturel Deux (2) Nail Polish Swatches + Review

Zoya NATUREL DEUX 2 Nail Polish Swatches Review Photos
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The pixies may be known for their bright and shinies, but Zoya really does have a way with creams. Being that the original Naturel collection was so popular it’s only “natural” that a second would follow less than a year later. The shades are along the same lines, plums and nudes, but go a little deeper pigment wise. Introducing Zoya Naturel Deux (2).

Zoya NATUREL DEUX 2 Nail Polish Collection Review

Spencer is described as a rich, camel cream. Two coats.

Zoya Spencer Nail Polish Swatches

Chanelle is described as a toasted almond cream. Two coats.

Zoya Chanelle Nail Polish Swatches

Emilia is described as a dark chocolate cream. Two coats.

Zoya Emilia Nail Polish Swatches

Madeline is described as a muted rose cream. Two coats.

Zoya Madeline Nail Polish Swatches

Aubrey is described as a medium mauve cream. Two coats.

Zoya Aubrey Nail Polish Swatches

Marney is described as a deep warm plum cream. My bottle has it spelled as Marney but the website has Marnie, so note it can be either-or. Two coats.

Zoya Marney Nail Polish Swatches

I found all of the nail polishes within this collection to be fluid and apply evenly. I’m completely enamored with these hues for Fall and can’t wait to do a little nail art with them! Which of these naturals are your fave?

Zoya N Nail Polish retail for $9.00 each or $54.00 for the set of six. These polishes and more are available at Zoya.com.


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  1. I ordered Chanelle and Aubrey, they should arrive on Monday. The whole collection is really exciting and makes me want fall already!
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  2. Love that this is transitional for fall. All your swatches look amazing!

    • I couldn’t find Tosh in a search but Dosh came up and it’s green. I checked on the site and did you mean Toff?? It does look similar to that, I think Toff might have a bit more purple to it. It’s definitely close, though!! Good catch!

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