Zoya Delight Collection Press Release

Zoya Delight CollectionLately, Old Man Winter has been particularly harsh and grumpy lately.

With cold temperatures making my teeth chatter, I’m seriously considering treating him to a spa experience or a pedicure, just so he’ll ease up a bit. ūüėČ

The other day, I opened up my inbox to see the cute colours in the Zoya Delight Collection for Spring 2015!

The Easter-egg hues are so pretty, they almost make me forget about the bitter winds and the mercury dropping.

Available starting February 2nd, the Zoya Delight Collection has a lot of shades that can be easily mixed and matched, which is always convenient.

Zoya is one of the brands that isn’t afraid to release all the colours of the rainbow, and this collection exemplifies that. There’s my favourite, green, plus even a yellow!

Which ones stand out the most to you? How would you wear these? Solo or in a colourful combination?

There are 6 colours in the Zoya Delight Collection:

Click on the above links to see my in-depth reviews and swatches of the individual shades!

Zoya Delight Collection

Zoya Delight Collection 2015

Zoya Delight Collection Spring 2015

Zoya Delight 2015 Collection

Zoya Delight Collection for 2015

Delight Zoya Collection

Below is the official press release sent to me by Zoya:


Get ready for mouth-watering spring delights from Zoya! Inspired by the soft and airy colors of the season, Zoya Delight serves up three cheerful creams and three turquoise flash metallics for an updated, flirty way to wear pastels! All in the full-coverage, long-wearing, Big5Free* formula Zoya Nail Polish is famous for.

  • ZP772/Rayne: Dewy, spring blue with an energizing turquoise metallic flash.
  • ZP773/Lillian: Faded aquamarine with a glossy¬†cream finish.
  • ZP774/Tiana: Palette-cleansing ‚Äėpistachio¬†gelato‚Äô green in a glossy cream finish.
  • ZP775/Daisy: Refreshing ‚Äėlemon merengue‚Äô¬†yellow with a turquoise metallic flash.
  • ZP776/Leslie: Soft spring lavender with a turquoise metallic flash.
  • ZP777/Eden: Classic spring flower pink in a¬†glossy cream finish.

**BIG5FREE: Zoya Professional Nail Lacquer formula contains no formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene or camphor.

AVAILABLE 02/02/15!


$9 (US)

Available in top salons, spas and on zoya.com

If you had to choose your top pick from this collection based on these promo pictures, which would it be? (My choice should be obvious Рthe green! However, the yellow is a close second.) How would you wear these colours? Solo or in a colourful combinations?


14 thoughts on “Zoya Delight Collection Press Release

  1. Melissa

    Love, Love, LOVE these colors. They’re all so bright and Spring-y. Can’t wait to see swatches especially of Tiana. you know I love me some green polish. LOL

  2. Montréalaise

    Oh boy – it’s a bone chilling 10 degrees below zero where I live and I’m already sick of winter even though it’s only early January – but seeing those beautiful Easter-egg pastels reminds me that spring will eventually arrive. I can’t decide which is my favourite; right now, I l love them all!

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Montréalaise!

      I’m tired of winter, too! Never was a fan of it, even though I’m born and bred in Canada! My body always craves warm or even hot weather. Hopefully this year, we’ll get a lovely summer. Last year, it was cooler than usual, and there was so much rain. That summer didn’t feel like a summer. Fingers, toes, and eyes crossed that this time will be better!

  3. Maureen

    Oooh, I’m interested in a dupe check between Tiana and the new OPI Hawaii green, as well as Damone Roberts. ūüôā I think Tiana looks a little less dusty and more yellow-green than Damone Roberts. Lillian looks like a must-have and I am very curious about how visible the shimmer is and what the formula is like on Daisy! I need a good pastel yellow. Fiercely Fiona and Sinful Colors Unicorn are sooo hard to apply. ūüôā

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Maureen!

      I haven’t seen Tiana in person yet, but it looks pretty in the promo pictures! ūüôā

      A great yellow (the best I’ve ever tried) is OPI I Just Can’t Cope-acabana! It’s actually my Holy Grail yellow. It’s more saturated than a pastel, though.


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