Zoya Nail Polish: Cassi

Happy Friday everyone!

It’s been a little while since I added a new nail polish to my collection. However, when Zoya recently ran a promotion (three free polishes…just pay shipping!) I could not pass it up. One of the three polish colors I selected was Cassi:

Zoya nail polish Cassi

Cassi is a really pretty peachy pink nail polish. It has coral tones included as well, which is oh so gorgeous! I have a lot of different pink polishes in my collection, but Cassi is unlike all of the others. I know it will be a regular in my manicure rotation now!

Zoya nail polish Cassi 2

I’ve become a really big fan of Zoya nail polishes for the past year or so. They are formaldehyde free and vegan friendly, which is awesome. And what is even better? The quality. The polish itself is thin in texture, so it spreads over your nail like a breeze! It is also extremely long lasting. Check this out: the pictures above were taken last week Tuesday. Today is day TEN of this manicure…and let me share a picture of my nails from right this minute:

Zoya nail polish Cassi 3

Yes, you can see where the nail is growing out, but do you see any chips? No siree. I used a base coat polish followed by two coats of Cassi, and this manicure has literally stood the test of time. This polish is worth every penny, my friends.

So, if you don’t already have some Zoya nail polish in your collection, I definitely suggest you consider it!

Do you own any Zoya nail polishes? What is your favorite color?


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  • Beautiful! I am rocking Zoya “Jaime” right now—the perfect pale pink. But on day 2 it chipped so I went back and fixed it. I can’t believe yours lasted 10 days plus!

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