First off is Zoya "Evageline". It is described on the Zoya page as, " A deep rose-pink shimmer with slight gold duochrome and flecks of gold microglitter. An elegant, romantic shade that's always appropriate. " In the bottle to me it looks more brownish-rose colored. On the nail it look brownish rose as well, but does have some hints of pink. I really think the gold shimmer is what gives it the brownish color. The photos I took though just would not show the brown tones.
The second polish I pulled from my Zoya collection that in my opinion was a fall color was Zoya "Anastasia". What I did not realize at the time is that Anastasia doesn't seem to be available on the Zoya site anymore. I would describe it as a shimmery metallic brown. I loved this color on me, and I usually hate browns. I think this color is warm and represents the fall season very well.
Lastly, I have Zoya "Charity". This polish is described by Zoya as, "A faded mauve-purple with copper colored duochrome shimmer. A soft shade for poetic nails. " While I did not get much "duochrome" effect with this polish, I did find the copper color shimmer was very visible and pretty. I did not however care for the color on my skin tone at all.
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These polishes were not provided for me to review or swatch. These are polishes from my own stash, that I paid for. The opinions within are my own.