Zoya Eden Swatches & Review

Zoya Eden Swatches & ReviewZoya Eden from the Delight Collection that I did a Quick Look post on earlier is nothing short of bubbly and cute!

It’s a bright bubblegum pink that makes nails smile with springtime cheer.

When I was a child, pink was my favourite colour, and this is exactly the kind of pink that I was drawn to like a moth to a flame.

If you’re looking for a pink that Elle Woods would approve of or a great polish to sport for an On Wednesdays We Wear Pink manicure, Zoya Eden is a fantastic choice!

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Zoya Eden Delight Collection 2015

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Zoya Delight Collection Eden

Zoya Eden Swatches

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Zoya Eden Delight Collection


  • Pink glossy cream (Yes)

Key Notes

Zoya Eden Review


Perky and bubbly like a high-school cheerleader in a cute outfit and pompoms shaking, Eden by Zoya is a youthful bright pink that has widespread appeal. (Even a die-hard green fiend like me can’t resist warming up to its springtime charm!)

I love how it is a carefree pink that offers contrast against my skin tone. It doesn’t wash me out, and it’s not dark, so it still spells warm-weather vibes.

Other than neon pinks, when I wear a pink, this is the kind that I enjoy sporting.


Eden by Zoya is creamy and indeed glossy as advertised. It goes on smooth and pigmented while never appearing flat or chalky like some creme nail polishes can.

Application & Formula

I had no difficulty painting my nails with Eden by Zoya because the smooth consistency and great pigmentation are a great duo.

To achieve the opacity you see in my photos above, I only needed to use two coats. (I tend to use medium coats.)

Zoya has a lot of polishes with winning formulas, and this is certainly one of them!


  • Bright, youthful pink
  • Glossy creme nail polish
  • Opaque in 2 coats
  • Smooth formula


  • Not the most original pink (but it’s still a great staple if you’re looking for a bubblegum pink to add to your collection)

Final Verdict: 8.5/10

Eden by Zoya gets a high score because it’s so easy to paint with, and the sassy pink is so fun and playful to wear!

Do you have a pink nail polish that you tend to wear at the beginning of spring? What is a colour that reminds you of your childhood? Is your favourite colour today the same one you had as a kid?


14 thoughts on “Zoya Eden Swatches & Review

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Sasha!

      That’s cool how your favourite colour back in the day is still your favourite, but that you’re also warming up to pink. 🙂

      Purple was my first nail-polish love and my second favourite colour growing up. After being crazy about pink (and literally wearing pink every single day to elementary school), I eased up and started wearing purple. After that, I started enjoying more colours. Hehe, then when I got into nail polish more seriously, that also opened up so many interesting options! 🙂

      1. Sasha

        I can honestly say that pink is slowly working it’s way up to my top favorite. I just love the different shades that you can have. Honestly I think that it’s nail polish that has helped me to open my eyes to different colors as well. Before there were certain colors that I would just back away from, but now I’m interested in trying them out!

        1. Mary S. Post author

          Hey Sasha!

          Same here – by exploring nail polish more, I’ve experimented with colours that I never imagined I’d like before. It’s a way to expand your horizons and have fun at the same time.

  1. Melissa

    I think I’m in love with this color and I’m not a big fan of pink. LOL I’m curious though, how does it compare to Zoya’s Shelby? I would love to see a comparison of the two. Thanks for sharing this color with us. this is the Perfect color for spring.

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Melissa!

      Good question! Zoya Eden is more saturated and slightly darker than Zoya Shelby. I think that Zoya Eden is more of a blue-toned pink than Zoya Shelby is.

      Hmm…I don’t think I did a full in-depth review on Zoya Shelby, so I can only direct you to this old post where I used Zoya Shelby in a skittle manicure: http://www.swatchandlearn.com/nail-art-zoya-skittle-manicure-using-4-colours-from-the-zoya-surf-beach-summer-2012-collection/

      Maybe that’ll help.

      I think that they’re similar, so unless someone out there IS a huge pink fan, you probably don’t need to own both. Hehe, then again, this is coming from a green fiend! 😉 Take it with a grain of naiphile salt. Heheheheh!

  2. Melissa

    I understand about being a green fiend. It’s my favorite color too. 🙂 I’ll go back and look at the old post with Shelby in it and compare the colors. They maybe similar, but something about this one is calling my name.
    I just might have to get a bottle of Eden. Could It be that I have a nail polish problem? LOL

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Melissa!

      Nail-polish problem? Hehe! When you’re at Swatch And Learn, there’s no such thing, as long as you buy lacquer responsibly! 🙂


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