Monday, 10 June 2013

Crumpet Reviews - ZOYA Stevie and Yana

Hi Goddesses

Tonight I have 2 Zoya polishes which were sent to me for review by the lovely people at Nail Care Club, the official UK Zoya outlet.

When the Summer Pixies were first released, I passed on them, as the KIKO Sugar Mats were easier for me to get hold of.  However, I jumped at the chance to try Stevie, especially as KIKO hadn’t done a lilac that grabbed me.

Stevie was everything I wanted it to be and more.  Out of all the textures, the Zoyas have one of the nicest formulas.  They are also sprinkled with silver and magic, making them a whimsical wonder on the nail.

Stevie is just the right shade of summer lilac.  Neither too pink or too blue, too light or too bright, she is perfect for bringing a smile to your summer day.

She’s also a great easy-to-wear polish.  If you’re stuck for something perfect and a little special to wear, Stevie is a great girl to have on stand-by.

Yana is from the Stunning half of the summer collections.  I could have sworn there already was a Yana, but I must be confusing my Yara’s and Jana’s.

Yana is a bright, dark bubblegum pink.  She has just a hint of coral to give her some neon aspiration.

*most colour accurate photo*

She’s a lot brighter than most pink polishes, with a deep colour saturation.  Again, this is a fabulous polish for summer, for manis and pedis.     She wasn’t the perfect pink for my skin tone, but she’s a knockout, nonetheless.

You can purchase both of these polishes in the UK from Nail Care Club.  If you’ve never tried Zoya before, I would urge you to put them on your treat list.  Not only do they have a perfect bottle shape, they are one of the glossiest polishes around.  They’re not cheap, retailing around £10 per bottle, but every girl is worth at least 1 Zoya in her lifetime.

These polishes were sent to me for an honest review.  Enjoy xx :)

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