|Zoya Feel Collection|
All of the polishes in the collection are dusty (grayed / desaturated) colors. All of the polishes have a cream finish - no sparkles or glitter here. All of the polishes have a thick consistency. Kristen, Carey, and Megan go on smoothly and look great in two coats. Megan could probably be a one-coater if you apply a thick coat. However, Kennedy and especially Kendal are more goopy and apply somewhat streaky. I didn't have any problems with these chipping; they were all long-lasting mani/pedicures.
For all the pictures below, I used Orly Bonder as my basecoat and New York Color "Grand Central Station" as my topcoat.
|Manicure: Zoya Megan, pedicure: Zoya Kristen (tungsen lighting)|
|Zoya Megan (1 coat, indoor lighting)|
|Zoya Kristen (2 coats, sunlight)|
|Manicure: Zoya Carey, pedicure: Zoya Malia (tungsten lighting)|
|Zoya Carey (2 coats, indoor lighting)|
|Zoya Kennedy (2 coats, sunlight)|
In conclusion, I love Carey, Kristen, and Megan, and I would highly recommend them, especially Carey and Kristen since they are more unusual polish colors. I'd recommend Kennedy with some reservations because it is a very unique color. I do NOT recommend Kendal though because of its terrible formulation.
Oh, one more positive aspect of the Feel Collection: the colors are all soft pastels and would also be great colors for spring.