*Disclosure: I did receive these products to facilitate my review. These opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by another person.
You might have noticed that I have been gushing quite a bit lately (especially on Twitter and Instagram) about Zoya Nail products. I’m in LOVE! And, I am so excited to share with you that the folks at Zoya just released their new Petals collection for spring and it is GORGEOUS! I can’t get over these colors and if you haven’t used Zoya products before, then let me tell you, they are amazing. This polish goes on so nicely and it dries nicely too. I tend to be very hard on my nails, and I have been so pleased with how well this polish lasts!
You can see all of the colors in the Zoya Petals collection in my photo above. The Zoya Petals collection colors are all named after flowers. From left to right above: Leia, Aster, Azalea, Zahara, Tulip and Laurel. Which one do you like the most?
I think that my favorite (today) is Azalea. As you can see, it’s the color that my nails are painted now.
Right now, Zoya is hosting a great deal: Get the Petals Full Collection set for $40 (normally $60) PLUS you will get a 8oz Remove+ Big Flipper + Free Shipping
Just use coupon code: PARTY Valid 3/1-3/6 at 11:59pm ET.
Zoya nail polish is Big5Free
Zoya nail polish is Big5Free – free of Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene and Camphor. This makes me so much more confident in this product because my daughter love to do her nails with me and who wants to put a bunch of nasty chemicals on their children’s hands? Not this mama.
I also have to say that I LOVE their Remove + formula. This is not only a nail polish remover that works quickly and easily, but it also serves as a nail prep that allows your mani to stay put for longer. It works so well, plus it’s gentle and has a very subtle fragrance. I have a very hard time with strong smells, so I really appreciate this product!
Zoya colors are so wonderful and delicious. It’s perfectly acceptable to keep them in the cookie jar, right?