The ABCs of Zoya Nail Polish

ABCs of Zoya

When I started the Alphabet of Nails, a few people mentioned that some letters would be hard to find.  Now, not all of us will have every polish from a company – I certainly don’t but I was interested to see if it was possible within a single brand.

So today, I have the ABCs of Zoya for you!  Sadly, there is no alphabetical list of all Zoya polishes.  You can view their current ones, but not the numerous discontinued shades or special releases (like this beautiful mystery trio I reviewed).

Zoya Nail Polishes starting with letters ABCDEF

  • Aspen by Zoya can be best described as a sparkling arctic white with a micronized diamond pearl fleck in the traditional Matte Velvet finish.
  • Barbie by Zoya can be best described as a soft peachy pink with the slightest sheen to give it life!
  • Cecilia by Zoya can be best described as a classic teal in a full coverage and densely pigmented cream formula.
  • Daisy by Zoya can be best described as a refreshing lemon meringue yellow metallic with an energizing turquoise metallic flash.
  • Evvie by Zoya can be best described as a dark smoky grey cream with strong teal green undertones. A custom-mixed runway shade created for designer Peter Som.
  • Faye by Zoya can be best described as a bronzed mauve with purple and brown undertones flooded with bright gold sparkle. A unique gilded shade that will work in any season.

Zoya Nail Polishes starting with letters G-L

  • Ginni by Zoya can be best described as a glittery pink tourmaline in the best-selling ultra textured, matte, holographic Magical Pixie formula.
  • Hope by Zoya can be best described as a flashy medium violet-purple with frosty blue, red and silver coloured shimmer. A rich regal shade fit for a queen.
  • Ireland by Zoya can be best described as a uniquely wearable green that is muted enough to make it subtle yet still interesting. This green is well balanced between blue and yellow so it’s flattering on all skin tones.
  • Jesy by Zoya can be best described as a full coverage, firey coral orange metallic holo featuring the exclusive liquid-metal holographic jelly formula.
  • Kimber by Zoya can be best described as a rich, bright and saturated medium magenta pink with strong gold metallic shimmer and a foil-like finish.
  • Lux by Zoya can be best described as a rose quartz sparkle textured Pixie Dust with mega hex iridescent particles. Imagine the best-selling Zoya PixieDust formula amped up with larger glitter and the first ever holographic pixie particle.

Zoya Nail Polishes starting with M and N

  • Megan by Zoya can be best described as a full coverage, taupe gray cream. An ideal winter neutral nail polish color that covers fully in 2 coats.
  • Nyx by Zoya can be best described as a perfect periwinkle with a sugared sparkle, in the exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.

Zoya Nail Polishes Starting with letters O-T

  • Oswin by Zoya can be best described as a true red textured PixieDust with crimson Mega Hex particles.
  • Pasha by Zoya can be best described as a soft, pale, taupe-kissed beige nude with silver frost and the barest hint of silver microglitter. Very unique and fashionable – not a boring greige, nude by any means.
  • Quinn by Zoya can be best described as a very rich red-berry with slight purple undertones in a glossy creme finish. A classy berry shade that looks beautiful in any season.
  • Rowan by Zoya can be best described as a suede taupe cream in the exclusive Satin finish.
  • Sweet by Zoya can be best described as a super-sweet, pale shade of bubblegum pink creme. This candy-like shade is a must have for any girly-girl.
  • Tomoko by Zoya can be best described as a romantic champagne silver with a matte, textured, sparkling metal finish.

Zoya Nail Polishes starting with U to Z

  • Uli by Zoya is a medium soft peach-beige nude base with strong yellow-gold metallic shimmer. A sunny and summery way to wear the natural look (no longer sold through Zoya but available on Amazon).
  • Vega by Zoya can be best described as a blue opal sparkle, textured PixieDust with Mega Hex Iridescent Particles. Imagine the best-selling Zoya PixieDust formula amped up with larger glitter and the first ever holographic pixie particle.
  • Wednesday by Zoya can be best described as a faded dirty medium turquoise with green undertone and an opaque cream finish. A very stylish shade with a funky yet easy to wear vintage look.
  • X sadly doesn’t exist. I checked with Zoya to see if there was a shade in the past or a special collection but no polishes starting with X.  I recommended Xena!
  • Yves by Zoya can be best described as a deep sapphire that’s midway in between indigo and royal blue with a blue pearl fleck in the traditional MatteVelvet finish.
  • Zuza by Zoya can be best described as a deep, saturated, oceanic turquoise with gold and silver metallic shimmer and a foil-like finish. A beachy, colorful, foil-like shade with the perfect balance between blue and green.

Looks like X may be a difficult week to do, there are few polishes from all brands, but Zoya managed a fair selection of polishes across the alphabet.  Which of the shades shown are your favourites?

13 thoughts on “The ABCs of Zoya Nail Polish

  1. Hi, I’m a little late to this post but I thought I’d let you know that the blog called The Polish Garden has lists of and pictures of a fair few Zoya collections from approx 2006 to 2016, the lady that does the blog is planning to update it with the 2017 etc polishes.

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