Today is Day 12 in my "30 Days of Blues" for Autism Awareness and today's blue polish is Zoya Breezi...
I apologize for only have one photo today. I've been trying to take more shots of my manicures, including outdoor pictures, but I just wasn't satisfied with any of the pictures I took for today, so I had to go with the one photo that was, in my opinion, relatively decent.
Anyway, Zoya Breezi is a dusty, medium-toned Aegean blue creme. This polish is from Zoya's Summertime collection from Summer 2011. It's dustier and deeper than Zoya Robyn. The formula on Breezi is fantastic. She was almost a one-coater, but I did 2 because there were a few thin spots. I just realized that I have used several Zoyas in my "30 Days" posts. I'm guessing that's because, at some point, Zoya has replaced OPI as my favorite brand. OPI will always have my favorite pro-wide brush, but I am finding myself constantly impressed with Zoya's formula and their color range.
Zoya Breezi is available for purchase from Zoya's website. Zoyas retail for $8 a bottle, though I highly recommend that you follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter, as they frequently offer promotions.
And because no manicure is no complete with out something over it, I went with a simply konad design over my tips in Konad Black Special Polish (which streaked on me something awful, despite waiting several minutes for it to dry) using a floral design from Konad plate m51.
Thank you so much for reading my "30 Days of Blues" posts. I hope to be back posting collection reviews within the next few days, in addition to the blue polish posts. I had a nasty break on my middle fingernail that I'm trying to grow out just a bit.
Zoya Breezi was sent to me for review