Zoya Nail Polish – Adina Review
Over 300 vegan-friendly, award-winning, gorgeous, long wearing colours that are big 5 free (Free of Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, DBP, and Camphor). Zoya Nail Polish in Adina can be best described as violet metallic multichrome. A frosty hint of green and magenta creates a unique “oil-slick” look.
Family – Purple
Finish – Duo Chrome
Intensity – 4 ( 1 = Sheer – 5 = Opaque )
Tone – Cool, Warm
US $9 for 15 ml.
My Experience with Zoya Nail Polish – Adina:
Zoya nail polish “Adina” was my very first Zoya nail paint that I tried. I always tilt towards wearing unusual colours/finishes, and this attracted me immediately. The colour is a beautiful duochrome finish, belonging to the purple/olive green family, showing these two different colours from different angles. Duochrome nail polishes change colour with the reflection of light. Sometimes, it looks like a purple nail polish with green shimmer and sometimes like a green nail polish with purple shimmer! Zoya nail polishes come in a big 15 ml size, long, squarish kind of curvy bottle, with a black plastic cap. These polishes are made in USA.
The brush is of medium size and I applied two thick coats to achieve this finish. The nail polish applies smoothly, with absolutely no streaks whatsoever and glides onto the nails well. The great thing about Zoya nail polishes is that, as mentioned above, they are free of Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, DBP, and Camphor and are also described as “healthy nail polishes.”
I got 5 days wear time with Adina, with no chips or fading whatsoever. I have other duochromes in Zoya and in OPI, but the duochrome effect is most “powerful” in Adina. I also have a gold/pink duochrome and a white/pearly pink duochrome, but none can match up to Adina. Coming to a little research I did about the name Adina, it is a girl’s name, of Hebrew origin, and it means “noble, gentle and delicate.”
Pros of Zoya Nail Polish – Adina:
- Zoya nail polishes are free of 5 chemicals that other nail polishes may contain.
- A beautiful purple/green duochrome, with shimmer finish.
- Looks different from different angles of light.
- Wears at least 5 days.
- Does not streak.
- Applies smoothly.
- Dries quickly.
- Nice bottle/packaging.
Cons of Zoya Nail Polish – Adina:
- Not easily available in India.
Would I Repurchase Zoya Nail Polish – Adina?
Yes, I will surely buy this shade over and over again.
If you like to try out different finishes and looks in nail polishes, do give this very unique shade a try – you won’t be disappointed.
Thanks for reading and have a great weekend, everyone :))
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9 thoughts on “Zoya Nail Polish – Adina Review”
wooow thats a lovely shiny shade *woot* *woot* *woot* looks very glossy and eleganttt *happy dance* *happy dance*
Thank you, Saloni, glad you liked. 🙂
I love duochrome polishes. The green reflect on this looks so pretty. Nice review. 🙂
Yes, me too, am a fan of duochrome, my first one being OPI Just Spotted The Lizard (already reviewed here). Thank you, Ida. 🙂
loving the shade…. *drool*
*thankyou* , Rashmita 🙂
So beautiful! I am always partial towards duochrome shaded fabrics, be it for silk sarees or dresses. They look so gorgeous. So does this nail paint. 🙂
*thankyou* , Padmashree, glad you liked. 🙂