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A Look At Zoya

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I’ve never really been one for nail polish.  Even when I was a little girl it bothered me; in part due to my horrible habit of biting my nails, but it always seemed more of an annoyance than anything.  Now that I’m older, I’ve grown a bit more tolerant of nail polishes (save for the constant chipping), but I still can’t get past all those chemicals. (I was under the impression that formaldehyde was reserved for frogs on death row, but apparently it makes an appearance in nail polish as well? Ew.) Cue Zoya.

I heard about Zoya mainly through social media websites, but hadn’t tried it until quite recently. So when I tell you that Zoya is by far the best all natural nail polish brand I’ve ever tried, I mean it. Not only are they completely free of the “Big 5” (toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and DBP), but they also offer customers “color spoons”, a unique way to test out different shades before you actually commit to them. Worry not, as the color spoons ship for free and cost fifty cents per shade, the overall total of which, is refunded to you when you decide on a shade. So say you ordered five color spoons, and paid $2.50, the $2.50 that you spent on the color spoons would be refunded to your actual purchase when you decide on a color. Pretty cool if you ask me!

Along with offering one of the most vast color ranges I’ve ever seen, Zoya has recently come out with a line called “Pixie Dust” that’s a great choice for summer. My favorite is the textured edition in “Godiva” and “London”. It’s an absolutely beautiful range that gives just a hint of shimmer, and a really incredibly texture that looks very similar to sand or a fine coating of sugar when dry.

So the next time you’re in the market for a new nail polish, definitely give Zoya a try. Great colors, all natural, and the occasional freebie, what’s not to love?

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