Vintage Lancome – Zoulou & Zoya – Tomoko

Hi everyone! Today I have a vintage Lancome polish to share with you and the last day of my Zoya Tomoko accent nail, I promise!  It’s held up so well I hated to take it off. I did add 2 coats of topcoat to it today though. I think today’s mani is the best combo yet!

Vintage Lancome - Zoulou & Zoya - Tomoko
Vintage Lancome – Zoulou & Zoya – Tomoko

Lancome Zoulou is a darkened olive green base with golden shimmer. I don’t know anything about this polish really. I just got it off Ebay a couple months ago in a set of 4 polishes.  I really love it though.  It’s really pretty in normal indoor lighting, but when you get into the sun you see all these colors of shimmer you didn’t even realize were in there!  It’s a stunner! Formula was very good. It is prone to brushstrokes if you’re not careful, but they all dried down pretty well except for on my thumb.   If you know anything about this polish let me know in the comments! I used 2 coats plus topcoat for the photos.


Lancome Zoulou, 2 coats plus topcoat & Zoya Tomoko, 3 coats plus 2 coats topcoat.

In the sun…





Well, there we have it!
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