Good morning my fellow lacquered lovers!  Happy Monday!  I hope you all had a lovely weekend!  Today, I have a really fun post for you!


Today I have the limited edition Peter Som Trio from NYFW for you!  For the second year, Zoya has created custom shades with designer Peter Som for his runway show and a limited amount of these polishes were released.  If you stay tuned until the end, you can win a set!  Now, without further ado, on to the polish!


 Above:  3 coats of Zoya Jacqueline

Jacqueline is a light, full coverage nude shade that will work with most skin tones.  There are both warm and cool elements to this shade and even on me, someone with a lot of yellow to their skin, it looks good!  This is a great neutral polish that is a little on the thin side so it needed 3 coats for full opacity.


Above:  2 coats of Zoya Neely

Neely is a cool toned light mint creme polish.  I love it for spring!  There isn't much yellow to it so it's really a great shade for most people.  It's light and delicate but still fun considering it's a green!  The formula was great, opaque in 2 coats and easy to use.


Above:  2 coats of Zoya Sharon

Last but not least is Sharon, which Zoya describes as being a creamsicle orange creme and that's pretty accurate!  I love how vibrant this is without being neon or pumpkin shaded.  I've recently become an orange convert and I think this is my favorite of the trio!  The formula was great, opaque in 2 coats and easy to use.

This collection sold out super fast, in a matter of hours, when this collection was released.  However, Zoya is extremely generous and set aside FIVE sets for the readers of Lacquered Lover!  Use the form below to fill out for your chance to win one of the five sets available!  This giveaway is open in the United States only since the prizes are coming directly from Zoya!

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What did you think of these polishes?  Must have?  Any Dupes?

The products in this post were sent to me for my unbiased review. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.