This frosty beige has a hint of pink to it in person. You do need two coats. It dries to a matte satin finish.
Manda is a light frosty blue. Opaque in 2 coats.
Liza is a frosty blue duochrome with a pink shift to it. Best in 2-3 coats.
Lily is a frosty almost metallic peach. It has a tendancy to be brush stroky, but you can get it opaque in 2 coats.
This reddish brown frost has a lovely two-coat formula.
This light, frosty peach doesn’t have the best formula Zoya’s ever come up with, but it’s not bad. For best results, use 2-3 coats.
Celia is a frosty green and a solid two-coater.
This one is a pretty standard purple shimmery frost. It’s opaque in 2 coats.
Another winner from Mineral Fusion, Amethyst is a dark, frosty purple with some brown flash in there. Its inky formula is opaque in 1 coat, but deepens with 2.
Marcy’s a sheer-ish white frost that dries matte. It’s not a polish I would ever wear alone, but I can see it as an undie for winter nail art. Dries matte, but doesn’t really get opaque.