Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Where to Find Zoya Nail Polish in New York City


We all know Zoya's website is a great the greatest way to purchase Zoya nail polish. In my experience, I've found Zoya.com provides fabulous customer service, fast shipping, and the out-of-this-world promotions!

But as exciting as it is to receive a box of nail polish in the mail, it's also fun to browse colors in person. To pick a polish up. Hold it to the light. See a shimmer you never knew about. Fortunately, there are a few places in New York City where you can buy Zoya nail polish :)

Gideon's Drugs
1385 Broadway (corner of 38th St)

Haven Spa - salon
150 Mercer Street (between Prince and Houston St)

Irmat Pharmacy
2 Park Ave (between 32nd and 33rd)

Polished Beauty Bar - salon
250 West 78th Street (off Broadway)

Sharp Rite Beauty Supply (Brooklyn)
1682 E 13th St, #1, Brooklyn, NY 11229

Ulta, Rego Park Center (Queens)
61-35 Junction Blvd, Rego Park, NY

*Last updated 08/22/12

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30 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for this info!! It's good to know I have options, lol.

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    1. Happy to share these little hidden secret spots (well, not Ulta lol)

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  2. I'm not from NY, but it's always nice know where to go if I go back!

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    1. I hope you check out the map the next time you come to visit :)

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  3. ooo I've never tried Zoya before! I'll be at Ulta soon, so I'll make sure to check it out.

    xox Lara of http://weheartbeauty.com

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    1. Seriously?! You should remedy that ASAP lol

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  4. No way! I've always thought for sure that the only retailer would be the Ulta in Queens, and I don't know if even Zoya could get me to make that trip! I keep hoping a display will pop up in a Manhattan Whole Foods, but no dice. What a revelation!

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    1. Oh but the Ulta in Queen is new and wonderful... AND there's a TJ Maxx, Marshall's, and Century 21 all right there. It's close to the subway. I keep hoping for Whole Foods to sell it too :)

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    2. To be fair, I'm sure it's worth the trip, and I do plan to go out there when I move back to the city next month. For the last two years, I've been commuting four hours a day to my parents' home in Connecticut. Rego Park is too far to go on a lunch break and going after work would have kept me from getting home until 9 or 10pm, which is dauntingly late when you get up at 5am every morning! It's been grueling, and I'm really looking forward to getting settled in Brooklyn again and having the time and energy (if not the money, after rent!) for beauty pilgrimages!

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  5. thats really awesome. i always like seeing nail polish shades in person so that they look more true to color xx
    My Blog: Boho Vanity

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  6. Zoya seems like a great brand but unfortunately it's not available in the UK. I think I need to take a trip to the US ;-)

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  7. Handy list, I've never seen Zoya sold in a store before though I know they do. I'll have to keep these places in mind the next time I'm in NYC.

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  8. Ok, you seriously need to teach me how to properly apply nail polish. How do you get the edges near your cuticles so clean??

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    1. Honestly... practice!!! I think a big thing I realized one day is that I DON'T need to drown my nails in polish and it was important to stay away from the cuticles. At first I had more gaps but I didn't have polish pooling around the edges anymore, which made it look 100 times better. And when I make a mess I'll often use another nail and wipe the polish away with it :)

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  9. This was very helpful. Thank you for listing these (even though I only saw this now). Just to let you know, lately, ULTA hasn't been restocking their Zoya collections. So annoying! However, I went to the Gideon's Drugs and there was plenty to choose from! They even have the Beach and Surf Collections! I don't understand why Whole Foods in NYC doesn't have them.

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    1. Thanks for letting me know, yes that is annoying and inconsistent! Gideon's is SUCH a great place, glad someone has them in NYC! I'm always keeping an eye out for Whole Foods - yah, I don't know what that's about :)

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  10. Imrat Pharmacy (33rd and Park) also sells Zoya.

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    1. Thank you! I've never heard of that place, I'll have to check it out!

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  11. Whoops, misspelled it. It's actually Irmat, not Imrat.

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  12. I live very close to the place in Brooklyn that sells Zoya! And I just became a huge fan of it and can't wait to try more! I better get over there ASAP! ;)

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    1. Hi Allyson! I'd love to hear what their stock is like, I've never been there myself - I learned of Sharp Rite from a reader who also is a Zoya fan :)

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    2. I might be heading over there either tomorrow or over the weekend. I'll let you know how it is! :)

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    3. Sharp Rite has a decent Zoya selection. It's a small store so there isn't much room for a bigger display than what they have but they have a LOT of colors! I'm gonna check out the places in the city, too :)

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    4. So awesome! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Hi, This is a great post!! My sister is going to NYC in a week and now I can tell her where to find ZOYA for me ;)
    Some questions though: do you know which is the price at Gideon's and Irmat per bottle (average)? is it like zoya website? or cheaper? Do you know if they have the full collection? or just some colors?

    thanks a lot

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    1. Hi Iris! I don't know what Gideon's and Irmat are charging these days but I remember the prices were very comparable to the retail prices online. I do remember that Gideon's had a lot of colors right next to the entrance and newer collections are usually on the counter or right under it :) Of course it could be different now!

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