Zoya LE NYFW Peter Som Trio Swatches and Review

by Lisa Heath

Zoya LE NYFW Peter Som Trio Swatches and Review

Tonight’s post is going to be fairly quick!  My bed has been calling my name for over an hour but I wanted to get these lovelies swatched and posted!

I have the Zoya Limited Edition NYFW Peter Som Trio to show you!  This is another set I missed out on last time around that I wanted this time!  Much like the Zang Toi  Trio I swatched last night, this is another trio of colors that are perfect for Spring/Summer!

Here’s a snippet from the Zoya website:

This season, Zoya was honored to work with the Peter Som  to create a signature nail look for the Spring Summer 2013 collection.

Women on the Verge

Refined…Chic …Edgy

Ready to see this trio?


Neely is described as a full coverage opaque creamy mint with subdued undertones.  This color was my main reason for buying this set (other than the whole LE factor…).  I know that when/if this color is rereleased it will do amazingly well.  It’s a gorgeous soft mint and is a little on the “dusty” side.  It does have a typical pastel polish formula.  The first coat was scary streaky, the second was better – but the third coat is what made it a perfect coverage polish!


I’m finding the more I get into polish and explore colors, the more I like colors I never thought I would.  This one is Sharon and it’s the vibrant color of the 3.  Sharon is described as a full coverage creamsicle orange. A subtle and soft interpitation of bold color.  I only needed 2 coats for Sharon and a glossy top coat to finish it off.


I’m still on the fence about Jacqueline.  I like it, but I don’t love it on me.  I just don’t think pale nude compliments my skin tone.  I can see uses for it, but as an overall color on me, not so much.  The appeal it has for me is that it does have a certain pearly glow to it that I love in a polish.  I see a lot of ladies absolutely ROCK colors like this.  I am not one of those ladies.  This one is described as a perfectly balanced opaque nude cream with cool and warm undertones. I used 3 coats for Jacqueline.  The first coat went on like a pastel, a bit streaky and I probably could have stopped at 2 coats but I went too heavy on the brush on a couple fingers and left bald spots, so 3 was my lucky number on this one.

One thing I can really say, is that I am itching to watermarble these 3 colors together.  If I wasn’t so tired and had more time tonight, I would attempt it.  Maybe that will be a project this weekend.

The Peter Som Trio is Limited Edition, but odds are it will be back in the Spring for those that missed it.  Obviously I cannot guarantee that, but it has been hinted at by Zoya Fairies on both Facebook and Twitter.  I know I saw a lot of ladies that wanted this trio, but completely missed out because it sold out fairly quickly.

Now I need to get this posted and head off to bed before Nick comes in here asking why I’m taking so long!  Have a wonderful night!

Zoya Nail Polish retails for $8.00 per bottle and can be found at the Zoya Website

***Products in this post were purchased by me.  All opinions are my own***

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Lacqueerisa September 19, 2012 - 9:59 pm

Ohh wonderfully swatched! I’m loving all three of these!

Lisa September 20, 2012 - 7:55 am

Thank you!

Jin September 20, 2012 - 12:20 am

I don’t really understand Sharon’s connection to the lot but I really like this trio!
Naturally I love Sharon the best because I always love oranges but on you I think Neely looks the most perfect one and that really makes me wanna get my hands on this!

Lisa September 20, 2012 - 7:57 am

Neely was the whole reason I bought it, and I loved Neely and Sharon! I expected Sharon to be lighter, but I like that there is a bright pop of color in the trio :)

The Nail Files September 20, 2012 - 6:22 am

Damn! Your really making me jealous & mad I didn’t buy this when it was available! :P

Lisa September 20, 2012 - 8:05 am

LOL Nail Files! I’m sure they will rerelease them :)


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