Zoya Jancyn

Zoya Jancyn – is a true yellow based orange creme polish. This polish was released in Zoya’s Flash Collection 2010 – this was the year the ‘orange’ polish craze began and this polish has continued to be one of my favourites to wear when I am in the mood for a good, decent orange colour. It is slightly lighter in colour to the actual colour of an orange fruit and this baby is not for the dim at heart.

I LOVE pairing this polish with summer dresses and sandals and every time I wear it – someone always asks me what it is! It’s a really nice polish to wear either as a manicure or a pedicure – currently I am enjoying it on my finger nails as a way of colour blocking (which is a huge fashion trend this spring/summer). What is great about this polish is that its an eye catcher aka conversation piece – I kid you not, even males have taken notice to this polish with either a puzzled or curious look. So if you are a very fun, creative and open minded person when it comes to colour – get this baby!

The application was slightly on the watery side as well (which can be used as a jelly polish when you use thin coats) and it took about three coats to achieve an opaque manicure to my liking. The drying time was decent and it had a shiny finish as well which I quite enjoyed! So you might be able to skip a top coat on this one if you really wanted to.

What I like most about this polish is that – it is not a pink, red, coral or nude which are typical go-to colours for summer time – it is something different and fun! In addition, if you are in need for a polish  gear you up for summer – then this girlie can certainly rise to the occasion!

Application: 9/10
Opaque: 3 coats
Cost: $10 Canadian
Recommend: Yes
Grade: A (9/10)
Do you own Zoya Jancyn? What are your thoughts on this nail polish?
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