Like most nail polish lovers out there, I also took advantage of the three free nail polish deal from Zoya last month. I already knew the demand would be out of this world (I heard approximately 700,000 bottles were given out...now that's A LOT of nail polish wow!) and my new polishes would take a while to come home to me but I didn't think it would take this long! Not too long ago I received the long awaited package but there were only 2 nail polishes in it...Apparently, Kelly is pretty huge in the Zoya world hence being on back-order forever. I thought I'd wait to get all three to publish this post so without further ado, here are the newest additions to my nail polish collection!
|L-R: Ibiza, Mata Hari, Kelly|
Of the three, I wanted Kelly the most because I am a sucker for unusual shades like this. I love all three of these colors especially because I don't own anything close to Ibiza or Mata Hari. I don't own an exact dupe of Kelly but I do have several colors like Kelly that are reminiscent of wet cement.
...and Zoya was nice enough to include swatches of their new shades from their Intimitate collection in the package! I was happy to see them as when I saw these colors on their website a while back, my jaw dropped! They are all very pretty and needless to say I want them all :)
|L-R: Marley, Dove, Caitlin, Dannii, Jules, Gemma|
This post is obviously not a review but I can't end it without telling you all that Zoya nail polishes are super user/wearer-friendly! I own a several other of their polishes and so far haven't bumped into a color that doesn't apply like butter! Application is always so easy, combination of their medium-sized brush and their amazing formulas make even the shakiest hands apply them like a pro. While I do love, OPI, Essie and China Glaze, using their nail polishes I always mess up and paint the sides of my nails as well. Mess up is seriously very minimal with Zoya ones, it's almost too strange! Another thing I love about them is the fact that they are formulated without Formaldehyde, Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate and Camphor. Way to go Zoya!
Which colors did you guys pick up from this Zoya event?