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    Zoya's Winter 2007 Collection - LOVE IT!

    Zoya's Akyra (from Utopia | Winter 2007/08) is a gorgeous muted teal color. I kind of wish for a brighter, bolder teal, but I think this one is excellent because it's very wearable. It also looks great with both cool and warm skintones from what I've found, which is a definite plus. It has great opacity, and you can get great color with two coats of polish! $6 Zoya's Irene (from Utopia | Win...read moreter 2007/08) is a gorgeous gold-yellow-geren. It reminds me a bit of a more green Old Gold pigment by MAC, only in nail polish form. I love how opaque the color is after just two coats! It has the loveliest gold shimmer, and I never thought I'd be willing to wear a green polish before I put on Irene. $6 Zoya's Juno (from Utopia | Winter 2007/08) is such a gorgeous royal purple-violet shade. It's truly a standout color in its brightness, but the tone of it is absolutely divine. I love the subtle shimmer that really sets off the violet hue. Like the other Utopia polishes, this one has great consistency and color payoff. Just two quick coats and you'll be set! $6 Zoya's Tama (from Utopia | Winter 2007/08) has to be my favorite out of the six new shades launched for their Utopia collection. It's such a beautiful magenta-purple color; bright and cheery, yet not blinding. I like the subtle shimmery and metallic-esque finish. I found it applied quite well and went on like a dream; even with one coat I found amazing color. $6 Zoya's Kamilah (from Utopia | Winter 2007/08) is the most gorgeous cherry red, and I can't wait to sport this when Christmas comes closer. Don't get me wrong, it's an excelelnt red for any time, but I'm especially excited to wear it to get into the holiday spirit. I love the shimmer, and it applies so smoothly! I'm not even a huge red-nail gal, but love this color. $6 Zoya's Austine (from Utopia | Winter 2007/08) is a very gorgeous gold with warm undertones of bronze with silver shimmer. It's a bit metallic in appearance, which is always fun (when you tire of gunmetal gray, as lovely as it is, go opposite with this color!) for the upcoming holiday season. I found it applied quite well, minimal streaks/brushstrokes when all was said and done. $6 — 7 years ago
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  • 10

    A Favorite

    Love all their colors! Wears well and its a plus to me that it is toluene and formaldehyde free. — 7 years ago
    Michigander | 9 reviews

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  • 10

    Allergic to nail polish?

    I'm allergic to nail polish...my hands or feet swell up. This is the only brand I've been able to wear. Colors are nice but don't expect the color chart to match to what you get. Doesn't chip and looks good even with just one coat. — 7 years, 1 month ago
    jthager | 3 reviews

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  • 10

    One of my favorites!

    As a self proclaimed polish fanatic, I've tested a lot of brands. Zoya ranks high on my list of favorites. Their formula is free of toluene, formaldehyde and DBP (the Big 3) yet it still flows smoothly on the nail. For the most part the pigmentation is high though some shades require three coats. I find that using Zoya's base and top coats help the polish last longer and stay shiny. — 7 years, 1 month ago
    AllLacqueredUp | 8 reviews

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  • 10

    Amazing!

    I have used Zoya's mail polish several times and am always amazed at how it lasts and looks great. Even on natural nails the polish stays on, without chipping or fading, for a couple of weeks. The only downside to buying Zoya is that it is hard to find and buying online makes choosing a color difficult. — 7 years, 1 month ago
    kschweitzer | 5 reviews

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