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ZOYA // Zuza, Charla & Neeka.

Hi guys! Today, I have the swatches of pretty old ZOYA for you. Zuza & Charla, that I used in the gradient I showed you yesterday, and Neeka, that I swatched back in January but I never showed you the pics ;)


For these pics, I applied 2 coats of Zoya Zuza, a pretty shimmery teal.

No top coat, since I took these pics before sponging Charla on the tips.


For these pics, I applied 3 coats of Zoya Charla, made of lots of micro-flakes shifting from gold to teal, in a blue jelly base. No top coat.

At first, I thought 2 coats would be enough for full coverage but I was wrong. When I took the first pics it became obvious that a third coat was needed.


For these pics, I applied 2 coats of Zoya Neeka, a dusty purple with purple and gold shimmer.

Neeka is darker on the nail than in the bottle.

My favorite is Neeka. Not surprising since it's purple, right?! ^^ Well, I almost put this one for sale, yep! :O Of course, I had to swatch it before selling it... and when I had it on my nails I had to face the truth: it was too pretty to leave me, lol! :P

And you, what's your favorite of the three ?


  1. All three of these are absolute stunners!

  2. I love these! They all have the most gorgeous shimmer.


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