Hello! Hope you're having a great day! This post is going to be a closer look at my recent Zoya BOGO haul. I told myself I didn't need to buy any more nail polish, but on the very last day of the sale I caved in and bought eight polishes, which was the maximum you could buy for the the BOGO deal (you could get up to four polishes for fee). Along with the BOGO, Zoya also offered free shipping on orders $35+, and since four polishes equals $36...it worked out pretty perfectly.
We'll start with the extras! With every order, Zoya includes an updated pamphlet that shows all 300+ colors they offer. It also includes some of the other nail items Zoya sells like remover and base/top coat. You can also see some the salon displays that Zoya offers; I also just figured out why Ulta is one of the only places I can find Zoya polishes; they only allow professional salons to sell their products, not drugstores or mass retailers and since Ultas are also salons, they're allowed to carry it (this is also why Ulta's can carry salon brands like Matrix and Redken). If I owned a salon and had to pick on brand of polish to use and sell, it would, hands down, without question, be Zoya.
Now to the polishes! As you can see in the opening image, my polishes came shipped in two separate boxes; one that holds six polishes and one that holds three. My whole order came in a big cardboard box that was full of packing peanuts and bubblewrap so everything arrived safely. I'll start with the five polishes I got from the Spring Delight collection.
I did not end up purchasing Eden because I'm not a fan of cream finishes (even though Zoyas have some of the best cream formulas) nor am I drawn to pink polishes. After getting my swatch wheel for the Delight collection, I actually kind of regret not getting Eden; it looks a lot nicer against my skintone than I thought it would. Zoya is having an Earth Day special right now and I am seriously considering picking up Eden.
Now for the three additional polishes I got! These are from various past collections and are all currently available in Zoya's permanent line.
I debated between getting this color or Miley (mostly for the name...) but Miley is a lot more sheer, which is why I went with Marley. I have a couple of these chalky, pastel, cool-toned purples, but the pearl finish sets this one apart. Love it!
And that's my Zoya BOGO haul! I'm super happy I made this purchase and don't know what I was thinking when I told myself not to. I've been waiting to buy the Spring Delight collection for ages and there very, very rarely any deals better than BOGO with free shipping. I hope you found this post interesting and the swatches helpful when making your next Zoya purchase!
Thanks for reading! <3