Zoya Laurel is a bright baby pink. You have to be careful painting your first coat with this one. If you go over the same spot it will lift and drag the polish leaving streaks and bald areas which are then hard to cover up in subsequent coats. If you are careful with that first coat, two coats of Laurel will be sufficient. I wasn’t careful and needed 3 coats. The end result is really smooth and even. Even with my problematic first coat, I still think this is a pretty good formula overall. The shimmer in the bottle and in my pictures really doesn’t show up in normal indoor lighting. This is another that will look great this summer with a tan. I think it would look great as a pedi too!
Once again, I used 1 coat of Zoya Leia as an accent on my middle finger. This polish has looked fantastic over all the colors so far!
Zoya Laurel, 3 coats plus topcoat with Zoya Leia, 1 coat plus topcoat as an accent.
In the lightbox…
Natural light with overcast skies…
Well, there we have it!
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