Zoya Cynthia

This was my very first Zoya purchase, and I was so excited about it! The color I purchased was Cynthia, from the Smoke collection.  The...

This was my very first Zoya purchase, and I was so excited about it!
The color I purchased was Cynthia, from the Smoke collection. 
The color of this polish is a really dark blue/teal creme. 
When you're outside in natural lighting, you can see that it's blue, but in the house it almost looks black.



I'm really going to love this polish for fall, I like it almost as much as OPI Every Month is Oktoberfest. 
To see the post on that one, click here.



This formula of the polish is fairly thick, but extremely easy to work with. It didn't streak in the least, and applied so smoothly and easily. The color is very opaque and two coats is definitely enough. 
The brush is also nice, not too large, but not really small either.
You can purchase this for $8 on Zoya.com



I applied two coats of this polish and one coat of Seche Vite top coat. I had it on for two days before the first chip, and since I had a job interview this morning and didn't have time to completely redo my nails, I used China Glaze Crackle in Crushed Candy to camouflage it. 
If you want to see a post on China Glaze Crackle, click here.

Crackle Mani

After I applied the crackle polish, I let it dry for 10 minutes, then applied a Sally Hansen top coat.

Crackle Mani

I hope you enjoyed this post!
I'll be making more makeup related posts soon, I've just been nail obsessed lately!
Let me know if there's anything specific you'd like to see.

Thanks for reading!
xx

*As always, unless otherwise stated, everything in this post was purchased with my own money! 
All of the opinions are my own, and are 100% honest!

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