Zoya – Caitlin

Zoya Caitlin – is such a unique mix of a blue, purple and grey creme nail polish. I absolutely ADORE this polish – it has a cool tone element to it but it isn’t so overtly cool toned that warm skin toned girls like myself can’t wear it. It is one of those colours that will always catch people’s eyes – and I assure you, you will get tons of compliments on it. This polish has the signature buttery creme formula ofย  Zoya creme nail polishes – opaque on two coats and dries faster than some of my other Zoya polishes. I think it is very beautiful for so many occasion, especially during Spring and I do believe this colour was released in Zoya Spring 2011 Collection.

I have rambled on and on about wanting to visit England for the longest time, when I think of London – this polish comes to mind – it has the essence of rain, gloomy clouds, edginess, fashion forward trends etc that is associated with London, England.

What I love most about this polish is the edginess it can give an outfit, particularly if you are a neutral nail polish girl – just add this one to your collection, you will not be sorry. I find myself reaching for this polish more often when I am wearing more layered clothing and simple makeup w/ pink blusher. It’s one of those polishes that strangers may stop and ask you about – it seems simple but it has such a complex element to it, people will take notice of it.

This polish reminds me why I fell in love with Zoya nail polishes in the first place. Period.

Application: 9.5/10
Opaque: 2 coats
Cost: $10 Canadian
Recommend: Yes!!!
Grade: A+ (9.5/10)
Do you own Zoya Caitlin? What are your thoughts on this nail polish?
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