Zoya Nail Polish 374 Addison, 0.5 fl. oz./15ml, Starla
Addison by Zoya can be best described as a light dusty rose mauve with a subtle touch of silvery metallic shimmer. A natural earth tone for a soft, feminine look. Zoya is the leading brand of premier professional nail polish. Their polishes are “Big 5...
It's no secret that leggings are the loungewear of choice for comfort purposes, but that doesn't mean they can't look polished enough to wear in public, or even to work. With the help of smart layering and a dose of confidence, you can make leggings your new go-to work pants.
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Take a good long look at your nails without polish. Go ahead. Do it. Would you feel confident about going without polish today or are your nails looking a little worse for wear? If you polish often, chances are you may have one of the most commonly experienced side effects of repeat applications of nail polish: yellowing nails. Sure you can keep hiding them with more bright polish, but that can stifle healthy nail growth, and, in fact, yellow nails are sometimes a symptom of a larger health issue. We talked to nail expert Danielle Candido to get some of her pro tips for keeping your nails in tip-top shape.
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Nail polish strips are awesome. They let you have fun, festive nails even if you have nary a shred of artistic ability. Once you get the hang of it, it's actually really, really simple! And once they're applied properly, they last a long time and give you infinite options for fierce nails. “Nail polish strips are so trendy right now that you can find all sorts of different colors and different patterns,” says Sephora PRO team member Sara Biria. Here's how to apply polish strips--the right way.
It’s spring, and things that have been in hiding all winter long are starting to peek out and make themselves seen. People are putting away their heavy winter boots and coats in favor of airy garments and strappy sandals, meaning that our hands and feet are making their yearly debut, too. After we’ve shoved them into galoshes and gloves for months, we’re ready to step out with freshly pampered and polished finger- and toenails.
We've all suffered from weak, brittle nails. The problem is that we often try to “solve” the issue by simply hiding them with another coat of nail polish and pretending the problem doesn't exist. Danielle Candido, Gelish's Northeast Regional Manager of Education, gave us her tips and tricks for how to get stronger nails. For starters, stop ignoring them.
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Addison by Zoya can be best described as a light dusty rose mauve with a subtle touch of silvery metallic shimmer. A natural earth... tone for a soft, feminine look. read more
This long-lasting lacquer delivers saturated, streak-free nail color without any expense to your overall nail health.
Starla by Zoya can be best described as a vivid nearly-neon purple with strong pink tones accented by silver microglitter. A unive...rsally flattering bright with a sparkly, jelly-like finish. read more
Zoya Nail Polish has the hottest shades for all seasons and skin types, they're also the longest wearing lacquer formulation in th...e world today! You will be impressed by the durability of Zoya Polish and have piece of mind knowing that you are making a healthy choice by using Zoya's toluene and formaldehyde free formula. Zoya offers more than 300 fashion forward colors to choose from, plus at least 4 sizzling new collections every year!Click Here For Color Chart read more
Yuna by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage warm grey with copper and gold liquid metal.
Teigen by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage pink toned cranberry with a copper liquid metal.
Aggie by Zoya can be best described as a gold holo flip liquid metal with bronze micro glitter. Sheer enough for layering with 1 c...oat or fully opaque in 3 coats! read more
Normani by Zoya can be best described as full-coverage, sable mauve cream. Pair with any of the other Naturel Collection shades fo...r a chic tone-on-tone look. read more
Elisa by Zoya can be best described as a bright, shining medium crimson red with subtle gold shimmer and a glowing metallic finish.... The smooth, glowy metallic finish gives this bright red an extra kick. read more
Ziv by Zoya can be best described as a full coverage, yellow-toned metallic gold foil with silver highlights and warm gold flake g...litter accents. Try this for an extremely shiny, reflective, and eye-catching luxe gold nail. Imagine Zoya T read more
Mosheen by Zoya can be best described as an astro ice blue topper, great for layering over other hues.
Marnie by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage, deep warm plum cream. A deeper variation of the color of the year for 201...5 - Marsala! Pair with any of the other Naturel 2 Collection shades for a chic tone-on-tone Fall look! read more
Sansa by Zoya can be best described as a deep eggplant with a gold metallic sparkle, in the flawless full-coverage, liquid metal f...ormula. read more
Scarlet by Zoya can be best described as a neutral nude shade with faint peach undertones in a barely-there creme base. A super sh...eer, fleshy tone that adds a clean glossy look to nails. read more
Genevieve by Zoya can be best described as a cool leather grey in the flawless full-coverage cream formula.
Emilia by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage, dark chocolate cream. Pair with any of the other Naturel 2 Collection sha...des for a chic tone-on-tone Fall look! read more
Belinda by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage, cosmic purple metallic. (Originally designed for designer Zang Toi / AW2...013) read more
Hudson by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage, purple orchid metallic with a silver shimmer. Top with 1-2 layers of spec...ial effect topper, Zoya Monet, for a fun accent! read more
Dot by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage pink petal cream (originally released as Ballet Babe for fashion designer Zan...g Toi's SS14 Collection). Top with 1-2 coats of special effect topper, Zoya Monet, for a fun accent. read more
What is this product? Think Pink nail Polish! Give into your girlie side and find your perfect pink at Zoya! We have over 50 shade...s of Pink nail polish in metallic green pearl duo chrome and matte finish that are available in cool warm and neutral tones to perfectly compliment your skin tone outfits and accessories. More info: Always use a base coat.. Base coats protect the nail from staining as well a providing a flexible high adhesion surface for nail polish. Zoya Anchor is best for regular nails while Zoya GetEven is ideal if you have ridges. Use a top coat! Top coats protect your nail color from external chips and dents and give it a high gloss finish. Try Zoya Armor which uses same polyurethane technology that protects the space shuttle. Seal The Deal! Using a polish drying accelerator drops like Zoya HurryUp will cut your drying time in half as well as seal your base coat nail polish and top coat together for a stronger more flexible read more