Dot Nail Art with Zoya Naturel Deux!

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Are you ready to see some fall colors yet? I received the new Zoya Naturel Deux (2) Collection last weekend and will have the swatches posted at the end of the week. In the meantime, here is a fun dotticure I did using all 6 shades! I really liked how the whole collection fit together and these random overlapping dots showcase them as a whole. 

I put blobs of each Zoya Naturel Deux polish on my work surface and used my largest dotting tool to add dots onto the nail that slightly overlapped each other, starting at the cuticle line. As I got toward the middle of the nail, I started noticing the same colors touching and so I skipped around randomly to finish the nails. After, I topped with one coat of Seche Vite.
These colors all worked well for this technique because they were opaque enough in dot form. When I swatched, I mostly used 2 coats for each. 

ZP742 – Spencer: Camel Cream, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP743 – Chanelle: Toasted Almond, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP744 – Emilia: Dark Chocolate, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP745 – Marnie: Deep Warm Plum, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP746 – Aubrey: Medium Mauve Cream, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP747 – Madeline: Muted Rose, Full Coverage Formula.

The last time I did dots like this were my Rainbow Fish nails, way back in 2012! I guess it was time to do them again!

What do you think? Are you excited about this new Late Summer/Early Fall 2014 Collection by Zoya? Or are you still holding onto your brights? Thanks so much for reading! Don’t forget to come back this weekend for full swatches of the Zoya Naturel Deux (2) Collection.

These are available now at for $9 each! Thanks so much for reading!
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*The polishes used in this post were sent for me to review with my honest opinion.

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