You know what I think is the coolest thing about Zoya nail polishes? The names. The nail polish itself is terrific, but the names are so much fun. Beyond Polish sent me two nail polishes with names from my family – Annie (my youngest daughter) and Lisa (that would be me). I wanted to created a ‘family nail wheel’ so I bought three more polishes: Max, the name of my oldest son; Marina, my second oldest; and Rocky, the family dog.
Just like my family, there are a variety of colors and personalities in my Zoya family nail wheel. The only one missing is my husband – I wonder if I should email Zoya and ask them create a shade called Kevin? It would have to be a color that would look amazing on a sports car or a racing bike. I’m thinking maybe a black duochrome with red undertones.
I previously reviewed Zoya Lisa back in July when I picked it as my favorite red nail polish for the 4th of July holiday. Lisa is a dark raspberry pink-toned candy apple red metallic foil micro-glitter nail polish (whew, that is a mouthful).
I was so happy when I found that Zoya had a shade the same name as our beloved boxer, Rocky. Rocky is a creme sky blue.
I had such a great time looking for my kids in the Zoya collections! The names of the Zoya shades are basically female names, but I found Max, which is the name of my son. Not that he would wear it, but I certainly can! Max is a light crimson-red with pink, coral and orange undertones.
My teenage daughter Marina is very much an individual, so her namesake nail polish is absolutely perfect for her. Marina is a blue-toned smoky silver-grey with a dusty metallic finish.
My youngest daughter Annie is going to back to school, so it’s the perfect time to review her namesake nail polish, Zoya Annie. Annie is a saturated coral-orange with slight red undertones, strong gold shimmer and slight bright green duochrome.
Now that you’ve seen my Zoya family nail wheel, it’s time to create your own! What colors are in your Zoya family? - Lisa
*Annie and Lisa sent for editorial consideration, the rest bought by me