I liked the idea of spring bloom, so here's a cute little floral look on one of the Whispers shades, Lake.
I also used Ireland for the stems and leaves, and mixed a non-Whispers Zoya color, Arizona, with white to get the petals of the flowers. I also used it for the detail colors on the flowers.
Now let's transition into the swatches. ;)
All the Whispers colors are solid cremes. There's no pearlescense, shimmer, or metallics, just simple flat cremes.
|Zoya - Cala|
Cala (2 coats) is a nude creme with yellow undertones. Some polishes in Whispers are difficult to work with, but Cala applies really well and has perfect coverage.
|Zoya - Lake|
Lake (2 coats) is a dusty, pale blue creme. Like Cala, it applies easily and lays smoothly on the nail.
|Zoya - Eastyn|
Eastyn (2 coats) is a dark grayish-lavender creme. This is the first polish I swatched from the collection that had a thick formula. It still evens out nicely with top coat, but applying it isn't the smoothest.
|Zoya - Misty|
Misty (2 coats) is a light, muddy, olive creme. I want to paint it on my face because it reminds me of those mud masks we used as kids during slumber parties. Like Eastyn, it feels a little thicker.
|Zoya - April|
April (2 coats) may be a new favorite nude of mine. This nude has baby pink undertones to it and applies like a dream. Look at that dainty color on long nails...divine!
|Zoya - Ireland|
Ireland (2 coats) is a light, grassy creme with just a little bit of muddiness.
Until you're ready for buttercream yellows, pinky peaches, and robin's egg blues, this transitional collection will offer you hope for spring in these chilly times. You can pick it up where Zoya is sold or on their website HERE.
The products in this post were given for review purposes. The reviews are based entirely on my experience with the products and were in no way influenced by anyone.