ZOYA

ZOYA

Art of Beauty was founded in 1986 by Zoya and Michael Reyzis. They own Zoya, along with Qtica, Smart Spa and Zoom. Zoya Reyzis and her husband immigrated to the U.S. from Russia and afterward created their cosmetics company. Michael, a chemist, created "the first working fast drying topcoat and the longest wearing, toxin free natural nail polish, revolutionizing the nail industry."* Their products are available in salons and spas worldwide. Art of Beauty is headquartered in Cleveland, OH. *Company website

https://www.zoya.com/
Overall rating
4.2
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75%
would repurchase
4.2
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Overall rating
75%
would repurchase

Recent ZOYA Reviews

Naked Base
1.0
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a day ago

This product is terrible. It caused nail peeling and didn't prevent any discoloration from the polish.


Professional Lacquer - Merida
5.0
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a month ago

Aside from being an absolutely gorgeous holographic deep pine green color this is just so eye catching this polish applies really well and dries quickly. It's more than decently lasting and doesn't show much tip wear and isn't prone to chipping. It's really flattering and beautiful with my pale cool toned skin and I could see it looking great on pretty much anyone. I definitely consider this a Zoya must have and I love the name because it makes me think of the movie Brave.

Professional Lacquer - Merida
5.0
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a month ago

Aside from being an absolutely gorgeous holographic deep pine green color this is just so eye catching this polish applies really well and dries quickly. It's more than decently lasting and doesn't show much tip wear and isn't prone to chipping. It's really flattering and beautiful with my pale cool toned skin and I could see it looking great on pretty much anyone. I definitely consider this a Zoya must have and I love the name because it makes me think of the movie Brave.

Professional Lacquer - Charisma
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2 months ago

I have never had good experience with Zoya polishes, it was taking them forever to dry and they lasted some 3-4 days max, with signs of wear sometimes visible at the end of day 2. Most polishes last on me some 6 - 7 days (Orly, OPI, Essie, China Glaze, Dior, YSL, Guerlain....) and Sally Hansen Colour Therapy and Miracle Gel stay put well over a week before I start noticing first signs of wear. But having read so many positive reviews, I did some research and realised I should have used Zoya base and top coats instead of my usual Orly Bonder base coat and Seche Vite top coat. I fell in love with Zoya Charisma shade (gorgeous ultra-bright neon fluorescent magenta/red-toned purple) and decided to give Zoya yet another try. Only this time I was playing by the book. I invested in Zoya Anchor base coat, Armor top coat and even Fast Drops to speed up the drying process. What an epic waste of money that was! The polish applied nicely and evenly, it dried matte (as all neon shades do) but a glossy finish came with a top coat. It did dry relatively quickly, it was dry to touch in some 10-15 minutes, but not completely dry. The weird kind of sticky feeling when I touched my nails was still there after an hour, and it did not disappear the following day either. It was just like the polish never hardened completely. And, by the end of day one, I started noticing first signs of wear on the tips of my nails. On day two, less than 48 hours after the application, I had two major chips and several minor ones! I literally could not believe my eyes! This is by far the worst nail polish I have ever tried. Complete and utter waste of time and money.

Professional Lacquer - Charisma
1.0
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2 months ago

I have never had good experience with Zoya polishes, it was taking them forever to dry and they lasted some 3-4 days max, with signs of wear sometimes visible at the end of day 2. Most polishes last on me some 6 - 7 days (Orly, OPI, Essie, China Glaze, Dior, YSL, Guerlain....) and Sally Hansen Colour Therapy and Miracle Gel stay put well over a week before I start noticing first signs of wear. But having read so many positive reviews, I did some research and realised I should have used Zoya base and top coats instead of my usual Orly Bonder base coat and Seche Vite top coat. I fell in love with Zoya Charisma shade (gorgeous ultra-bright neon fluorescent magenta/red-toned purple) and decided to give Zoya yet another try. Only this time I was playing by the book. I invested in Zoya Anchor base coat, Armor top coat and even Fast Drops to speed up the drying process. What an epic waste of money that was! The polish applied nicely and evenly, it dried matte (as all neon shades do) but a glossy finish came with a top coat. It did dry relatively quickly, it was dry to touch in some 10-15 minutes, but not completely dry. The weird kind of sticky feeling when I touched my nails was still there after an hour, and it did not disappear the following day either. It was just like the polish never hardened completely. And, by the end of day one, I started noticing first signs of wear on the tips of my nails. On day two, less than 48 hours after the application, I had two major chips and several minor ones! I literally could not believe my eyes! This is by far the worst nail polish I have ever tried. Complete and utter waste of time and money.