Love this color! It's soft like cashmere with super subtle glitter. This is my go to polish when I don't know what to reach for. It dries fast and applies evenly that in a pinch I can apply one quick coat and run out the door in the mornings before work. It even lasts for days. Seriously one of the best Zoya polishes.
This is one of my absolute favorite Zoya polishes. I would describe it as a mauvey brown. I do not readily detect any shimmer but if there is indeed any, it must be extremely fine. It is an opaque cream and applies oh so smoothly - no streakiness with this color! I used one coat and it was already pretty much opaque with just one. This color is perfect for any time of the year and it is very classy and refined. (It makes your fingers look so lady-like! Even suitable for a Diamond Jubilee. ;)) Very highly recommended! Zoya never ceases to amaze me. =)
This is my go-to polish whenever I'm in a crunch. One coat gives you enough shimmer and coverage, but two is ideal. The colour is a shimmery taupe that is a more grown up version of other popular taupey colours. Not a conversation starter, but I have definitely received compliments.
This doesn't look like much in the bottle, but it's a great neutral brown on the nail and against my NW20 skin tone. It has a slight shimmer, which I thought might make it look dated but it doesn't all. Not the most exciting colour but great for work. As with all Zoyas chips quite quickly on me.
After some raves, I had high expectations for this polish and boy have they delivered. Itís a beautiful unique colour of grey-brown-purple. It took me a while to get used to, I wondered if it suited my skin tone! But then I couldnít stop looking at how pretty my nails were :)
I was scared that the look would be frosty after the first coat, but after two coats, shine, shine shine!
According to their website, Zoya Nail Polish is a nail polish free of toluene, formaldehyde, DBP (phthalates) and camphor. And itís vegan!
EDIT: This just doesn't last for me :( It's a beautiful colour, it really is, but after 2 days it starts to like come off at the tips, but so badly I have to take the polish off.
In the bottle, this looks like a boring putty-mixed-with-dirt color. I would have easily overlooked this color had I not read the reviews here on MUA. One coat already makes me go, "Wow!" & the second coat is even more beautiful than the first. It is a very flattering neutral-taupe on my NC35 Asian olive-toned skin. I love it on both my fingers & toes. Great for wearing to work (but on weekends I definitely go for the brighter, bolder colors!).
I love this color as a finger and toe combo! It is perfect for both. I love the neutral-ness of it. The color is what I want to call creamed coffee! Really really gorgeous!
Pasha is an interesting colour. It is described as "smoky sand bronze with cool frost finish and a hint of subtle sparkle" although I am not sure I can see any bronze or sparkle. This is not to say that it's not a lovely colour. One coat gives a sheer pinkish taupe colour, two coats make it a lot darker, and look greyish taupe with a hint of mauve. I think it looks classy either way, but I am not sure this colour is everyone's cup of tea. It seems to smell a little bit stronger than my other bottles of Zoya though.
I think to date, this nail polish is the best neutral colour for me. Just as the website describes it, it's a very pretty light mocha with silver undertones. Appears like a pearlized mocha. Unlike the previous reviewer, 2 coats for me is perfect. Interestingly enough, I love this nail polish on my toe nails but not on my fingernails. Looks great on my mom's fingernails though. This colour looks great when wearing cool or neutral colour clothing. Perfect for my needs. I thought Xtacy (sp?) from MAC a few years ago was great neutral colour, but looking back it was a little too flashy and definitely more cooler in tone. Pasha is definitely softer and prettier. I'd strongly recommend it to anyone who's looking for a great neutral colour nail polish.
Just got this (and the title is not a misprint - they have a Sasha that's red, while Pasha is a very soft pearlized light fleshy-brown). One coat is absolutely gorgeous, a total neutral subtle-yet-not-sheer color, but two coats were too much, it looked very heavy and a lot of the grey undercolor came out. It goes on very nicely and not at all streaky. Haven't had it on long enough to really determine how long it lasts but so far it seems to be doing as well as OPI or Essie.