Zoya Emme and Happi: Swatches and Review

Zoya polishes are wonderful, but I hardly ever buy them…
I don’t know what it is, I love the formula and the colors, but they always fall under my radar in favor of prettier and flashier things. I will never make that mistake again! After participating in the 3 for $10 deal Zoya.com offered (did anyone else do it?), I rekindled my love for Zoya polish.
 
Happi is on the left and is a medium barbie pink with a yellow shift and a slight shimmer. Emme is a lighter pink with a slightly metallic finish. Both retail for $8 and are 3 free polishes. Wear on these is over a week for me with barely there tip wear.
This is a shot with flash of my nails painted with Happi and Emme on my ring finger so you can see them compared side-by-side.

The two polishes are great for anyone looking to add some staples to their collection. I rarely buy pinks but both of these are different enough to be interesting on the nail and get plenty of compliments. Emme has also been my pedicure all week and I am in love!

I am really in love with both of these polishes and Zoya in general right now. Happi ran a bit thick for me and Emme a little streaky, but nothing noticeable from far away. The pretty colors more than make up for it, as does the extremely long wear time.

Price: 9/10
Performance: 10/10
Color/Wearability: 10/10
Packaging: 9/10
Overall Quality: 9/10

Total: 47/50 = A = Pandamonium!
 Do you have a favorite Zoya nail color?

 

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2 thoughts on “Zoya Emme and Happi: Swatches and Review

  1. Yeah, Zoya do really nice polishes but I prefer China Glaze's formula, not sure why. Zoya has such beautiful colors though, and I love that they have the 1-5 opacity scale on their website, really helps with the buying process. I'm not one for pinks, but these look lovely on you. Definitely compliment garnering polishes!

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  2. Yeah, Zoya do really nice polishes but I prefer China Glaze's formula, not sure why. Zoya has such beautiful colors though, and I love that they have the 1-5 opacity scale on their website, really helps with the buying process. I'm not one for pinks, but these look lovely on you. Definitely compliment garnering polishes!

    Like

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