What it is:
A metallic nail polish from Zoya’s Flame collection.
What it claims:
According to the Zoya website,
Zoya Nail Polish in Tiffany can be best described as: Pink, peach and light copper toned foil particles accented by flecks of gold foil. A soft and feminine way to wear the foil finish, especially flattering for warm skin tones.
What is noteworthy:
As stated on their website,
Zoya’s 300-plus stylish nail polish shades are all formaldehyde, toluene, dibutyl phthalate(DBP) and camphor free. The cutting-edge formula has also won a Women’s Health Magazine independent panel award for longest-lasting polish.
Please excuse the hideous tipwear and under-moisturised fingers... lol
I am madly in love with Zoya nail polishes. Their polishes come in an amazing array of shades and finishes, and I can guarantee that no matter what sort of colours you’re into, you will definitely find something you like.
Tiffany is a drop-dead gorgeous shade. The moment I laid eyes on the swatches, I knew I had to have it. It was pink, yet it was peach, and I couldn’t stop staring at the pretty shimmer. It was so intensely glittery that the sunlight bounced off the gold flecks and almost blinded me!
I’ve read some reviews online that said Tiffany is not work-safe. I think that is pure bullshit because this screams work-safe, yet it’s far from boring! It encompasses femininity and excitement; spring and autumn; loud and soft.
Application was fantastic, 2 coats and I was good to go. It dried really fast too, without the need of nail drying drops. It applied opaque and was true to bottle colour.
I would buy from Zoya again, and again, and again. They have extremely generous promotions, and customer service is wonderful. With the toxin-free formula, the vast variety of colours and their spearheading the campaign to dispose of nail polishes safely, Zoya is the best nail polish company in my book. Suck on that, OPI.
Disclosure: This product was not given to me by the brand for review purposes.