Every year around this time Zoya releases a Transitional collection which usually consists of palette cleansing colors that seamlessly help you transition from winter to spring. (You can view last years Naturel Satins swatches here.) Today, I have the 6 creamy, tranquil shades from the Zoya Whispers Transitional Collection to show you and I should note that I pretty much love all of them!
The entire collection preformed very well. Most of them are rather sheer upon the first coat, but after the second one they are all opaque. I had no trouble with patchiness or streaks either. All of my swatches are 2 coats with no top coat.
Zoya Whispers Transitional Collection 2016
April is a pale blush nude. This was the sheerest of the bunch, and it could have used another coat for complete perfection in my opinion. It seems like a good match for the 2016 Pantone color of the year if you are into that stuff.
Misty is a green hued taupe that kind of reminds me of khaki. It looks slightly more taupe in real life, but I do like this color. I think it would be a good base for a sheer glitter topper or some nail art.
Lake is a softened light blue. It looks slightly more like a “dusty” blue in person, and it’s very pretty. Another good shade for the whole 2016 color of the year trend!
Cala is a warm, yellow tinged nude. I thought that I would hate this shade because of the yellow base, but it works fine on my pale, cool toned skin.
Eastyn is described as subtle greyed grape. I really like this shade and it’s got enough grey in it to not be too pastel. This is one of my faves!
Ireland is a warm, muted green. It reminds me of pistachio ice cream, which I also happen to love! I don’t have any other greens like this…its so lovely.
Even though these might look kind of drab in the bottles, they are very chic and wearable. There is something very serene and relaxing about them! My faves from this collection are Eastyn, Ireland and Misty. They retail for $9 each and you can find them on the Zoya website and usually at your neighborhood Ulta store!
Does this muted neutral palette appeal to you? What are your favorites?