I realize that I haven’t posted a Pink Wednesday in quite some time so here you go. I have long wavered on whether or not to try Zoya. I didn’t think that I would like the brush because I tend to like wider brushes as well as longer brush handles. But after hearing so many bloggers and tweeters rave about Zoya, I finally broke down and decided to give it a try. Since I was only going to buy one bottle to start, instead of buying through the Zoya website, even though they have great promotions throughout the year, I purchased my first Zoya from Ulta. Ulta carries a few different shades, not many that would be my first preference but, I was able to choose one-Zoya Dita. It is a cream rosey-pink. IMO, it is a very duppish of China Glaze Heli-Yum; just a little bit more pink.
Review: I think Zoya has gained a new user. To my surprise, I am not bothered by the brush or brush handle. In fact, the application was amazing. Some have said that they like the smaller brush because they have small nailbeds. I am just the opposite, I have longer nailbeds and the brush made application very easy, the smaller and shorter brush helped to get closer to the cuticle but still leave the gap I like. As for the formulation, based on my experience with this one polish, the application was smooth, not too thick or too runny. It didn’t pool at the edges, I had little to no clean-up needed on my left hand (I’m right handed). I am actually excited to try other shades. I am a visual person so I wish that a larger selection was available at the stores like Ulta but I will definitely be purchasing more Zoya Nail Lacquer!
Remember, treat your nails as jewels, not tools. Grace and Peace.