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Zoya Eden

Eden by Zoya

Zoya Eden

Zoya Delight Eden

Zoya Delight Eden

Eden by Zoya

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
4 Coats Zoya Eden
2 Coats SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

After wearing yellow alllllll day Friday, I was in need of a palate cleanser. Around here... palate cleansing usually comes in the form of the color pink. Specifically, Eden from the Zoya Delight Collection.

If you're looking for the perfect blue-toned bubble gum pink, Zoya Eden is totally your jam. I sometimes shy away from mid-tone pinks, but I'm loving it on my nails right now. It's pink, springy, flowery, and fun!

Formula-wise... this one definitely needed all 4 coats. I still had visible streaks with the 3rd coat, and was skeptical that the 4th would even out. Thankfully, when I added the 1st coat of clear, it helped some of the polish settle down, even more so with the 2nd coat of clear. One coat of Seche Vite and I was good to go.

So... I actually wore this color all weekend long, while painting Peanut's soon-to-be new room. I didn't get a chance to take pics on Saturday before I got her paint all over myself. Then that night I was too tired to paint anything else, much less my nails! Peanut actually entertained me with a shadow puppet show that just wouldn't quit! And after more painting yesterday, my nails were in no condition to be photographed! I painted this mani on fresh last night after Peanut went to bed.  

Despite wearing it all weekend, I'm still really liking this color. It also has serious potential to be the base for an all pink seriotype. They're forecasting a rainy week, so that usually means my nails will be extra cheery and bright!

Happy Monday!!! 



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