30 Days of Colour | 31DC2015 | Zoya9:00 AM
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TGIF! This week seemed to fly by for me but I think it's because I was keeping myself pretty busy! Have any plans for the weekend? Ill be spending tonight and tomorrow over my big bros house helping him and his friends with their Fantasy Football draft and then spending Sunday with the hubs. He starts a mini vacation tonight so I'm looking forward to some quality time with him.
Anyways, Today I have 4 prompts for "30 Days of Colour"- green, purple, orange and blue. which are days 4 through 7. As well as 3 prompts for "31DC2015" - orange, green and blue. which are days 2, 4 and 5. I decided to combine them all because I try not to do anything nail related on the weekends. Friday-Sunday is when I get to actually keep a mani on for a few days lol. And boy do my cuticles and nails thank me for the break! haha! So for these prompts I went through my untrieds and found all 4 colors needed and all by Zoya! Yea I have at least 20 more untried Zoya's I need to work my way through =/ lol
Zoya Lillian is described as a faded aquamarine with a glossy cream finish. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was thin and a bit streaky and I had to be careful not to flood my cuticles but by the second coat it built up nicely. Dries to a glossy finish.
Zoya Josie is described as a full-coverage grassy green cream. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was slightly thin but not as thin as Lillian was so no streaking. It was pretty opaque on the first coat and only needed a second thin coat to level it out. Dries to a glossy finish.
Zoya Jancyn is described as a bold but soft tangerine cream with warm undertones. I used three coats and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was very similar to Lillian. Really streaky and if not careful, cuticle flooding. It did build up decent enough by the third coat but I still wasn't 100% satisfied with the opaqueness, in person I could still see some patchiness. Dries to a glossy finish.
Zoya Charisma is described as an ultra bright neon fluorescent magenta/red-toned purple cream. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Very opaque formula and dries to matte finish. I needed to work really quickly so that I didn't create any dragging spots because it dried so fast lol. When matte the color is a bit subdued but with the glossy top coat it definitely screamed at ya! haha
Overall, I loved the colors of all of them although I do wish a couple of them weren't as thin as they were, making application a bit messy but otherwise okay. For more info on these polishes as well as a ton of others please visit the links below!