Zoya Dana

Zoya Dana – is a true fuchsia pink creme polish. This polish was released in Zoya’s Summer Flash Collection 2010 and is one of my most used polishes in my collection as you can tell from the bottle lol. If you are one to have phases like myself – such as matching your lipstick to your nail polish – it is practically the nail polish version of MAC Girl About Town Lipstick and Loreal Intense Fuchsia Lipstick.

I tend to prefer fuchsia pinks over baby pinks because it just looks more vibrant and summery on my skin tone. This polish is also VERY similar to China Glaze Heli-Yum – so close that you definitely do NOT need both in your collection (will do a comparison in a future blog entry). I need to stop buying polishes, it seems I keep picking up the same colour just in different brands – oh the troubles of a nail polish junkie lol.

The application was similar to Zoya Elodie in that it was more on the watery side but it did dry on average but required three coats to be opaque. I think this polish is super fun and definitely screams summer to me – but it isn’t hard to find a dupe of it. I welcome such a shade of pink though, in a summer full of neons, it makes this girlie look positively tame in comparison. But she is a beauty – if you are in the mood for a fuchsia pink – she will NOT disappoint you.

Application: 8.5/10
Opaque: 3 coats
Cost: $10 Canadian
Recommend: Yes, but dupable
Grade: A (8.5/10)
Do you own Zoya Dana? What are your thoughts on this nail polish?
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2 thoughts on “Zoya Dana

  1. thanks Holly! yeah it looks like a jelly and it kinda is actually but a little more opaque than a jelly. And you are so sweet!!! thank you for the sunshine award!

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