Availability: Zoya Online
Price: $8.00 each
This review is for Zoya’s upcoming True collection for Spring 2012. The colors are as follows:
- Cho: Full coverage, vanilla shimmer metallic
- Farah: Full coverage, latte beige cream
- Bevin: Full coverage, pale sage green cream
- Skylar: Full coverage, silvered slate blue metallic
- Tru: Full coverage, gilded purple orchid metallic
- Lotus: Full coverage, light lotus purple metallic
Zoya polishes come in clear glass jars that narrow toward the bottom. The distance from the handle to the brush and the brush length are perfect for controlled application.
Cho and Farah are both nude colors, with Cho being more yellow and Farah more beige. Bevin is a pale green. Cho, Farah, and Bevin have tiny pearls and cream finishes.
Skylar is a medium sky blue with silver shimmers. Tru is a medium purple with gold shimmers. Lotus is a lighter grey-toned purple with light purple shimmers. Skylar, Tru, and Lotus have larger shimmers in them than the first 3 colors, giving them a metallic finish.
All of these colors are opaque and even with 2 coats. You can get away with a single coat with Bevin, Skylar, Tru, and Lotus. The color payoff is strong and the formula is high-quality. The polish lasts 4-6 days before chipping.
Ease of Use: 9.25/10
The formula goes opaque on the 2nd layer and the brush design makes controlled application easy.
For $8.00, you get 0.5 fl oz of polish. This is on-par with other salon polish brands like China Glaze and OPI.