So here are the Zoya Satins.
These were sent to me for my honest opinion.
The Zoya Natural Satins are:
Leah described as a lavender tinged taupe cream.
Rowan described as a suede taupe cream.
Sage described as a mossy sage green cream.
Tove described as a misty slate grey cream.
Brittany described as a rose mauve cream.
Ana described as a light toasted almond cream.
I wanted so bad to love these. I love the idea of them. I like them a lot. But as you can see on the second picture, I just felt like I needed topcoat, but I refused to topcoat as THAT IS NOT THE POINT!!!
To be honest, they all seem WAY too muted.
The colors in person are not as vibrant as they are in pictures. Still pretty, but just muted.
They all went on like a dream, were smooth when I swatched them, beautiful colors. Although they did show every little imperfection in your nail bed. They are not too good for nail art, unfortunately. One thing I did LOVE about them is the finished texture. It's not matte, it wasn't anywhere near shiny. just...Satin is a perfect description.
On to the pictures:
Zoya.com for $9.
You're not supposed to put a basecoat, but I would NOT use without a ridge filler of some kind. and I would definitely not put a topcoat on over if wearing by themselves.
All in all I like them. Just wouldn't use them for nail art again.