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Zoya EasyNeon Collection

I hope everyone is having a great weekend. I made a post not long ago on the Zoya EasyNeon Collection swatches and today’s post is supplemental to that. I didn’t include these shots of swatches made on a nail wheel that includes application of the shades in the collection over white. It’s a fairly common thing to do for many to boost the brightness of the neon shades.

I have swatched all these in the order listed. From left is 2 coats of shades from the Zoya EasyNeon Collection followed by 2 coats of that over one coat of white. The white shade I used is the first I grabbed, which honestly isn’t the greatest shade of white that I own, Sinful Colors Snow Me White. Sinful Colors Snow Me White is pretty streaky/patchy, which is also not uncommon for a white shade but it was pretty bad. I still went on with it as I couldn’t find anything else on hand when I needed it. All swatches shown are with no top coat.

Zoya Oakley, Zelda, Janie, Banks, Echo and Link

Zoya Oakley, Zelda and Janie (close-up)

Zoya Banks, Echo and Link (close-up)

The difference is more evident in person but among the shades in the collection itself — the difference is more evident with the first 3 shades (red color family) than the last 3.

As mentioned in my previous post on this collection, there is a disclaimer on Zoya’s website for the shades in this collection: “Due to the unique matte formulation, color is typically not as long-wearing as traditional nail color. Please note: Neon pigments may vary slightly from batch to batch.”

*Products in this review have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*

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