These are the 12 Zoya Nail Lacquers from the new Fall Element Collection that we are in love with.

Summer is almost over and Zoya just launched 12 new shades that will look perfect for the fall! This collection is full of purple, berry and pink shades, both on the lighter and darker shade range. Most of the lacquers are creamy, but there are some with a shimmery and one with a frosty finish. Let’s take a look!

  • Devin

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Devin can best be described as a steel blue with hints of multicolored shimmer in a dense foil finish.

 

  • Rumor

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Rumor can best be described as a full-coverage mauve taupe with a subtle shimmer – a perfect classic shade for Fall.
  • Jenna

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Jenna can best be described as a full-coverage dusty rose pink cream with blue undertones.
  • Ruthie

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Ruthie can best be described as a full-coverage raspberry rose cream.
  • Maryann

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Maryann can best be described as a full-coverage pink-toned rose with soft glowing shimmer.

  • Kendra

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Kendra can best be described as a beautiful full-coverage marsala cream.

  • Alyssa

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Alyssa can best be described as a full-coverage red-toned purple cranberry cream.

  • Donnie

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Donnie can best be described as a full-coverage purple-toned sangria cream.

  • Maeve

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Maeve can best be described as a full-coverage concord grape cream.

  • Rachael

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Rachael can best be described as a full-coverage mulberry berry cream.

  • Leighton

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Leighton can best be described as a deeply saturated blackened aubergine cream.

  • Gardner

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Gardner can best be described as a deep periwinkle with a vibrant magenta shimmer in a dense foil finish.

Source: Sloppy Swatches Zoya

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