Here is Paloma over a chunky, colorful glitter. The glitter is slightly tinted pink so the final manicure has a very cohesive appearance.
1 coat Zoya Paloma + 1 coat Milani Gems + 2 coats Zoya Paloma
Because the Gloss polishes cover so evenly, they can change the color of another polish. One coat of Catherine turns bright white silver into a metallic light purple! Use two or three coats to intensify the color. I left my ring finger un-tinted so you can see the contrast.
2 coats Duri Celebrity Scandal + 1 coat Zoya Catherine
Here is Frida used to both sandwich and tint a silver holo glitter. Doesn't this look like a magical ocean? Next time, I think I will start with two coats of Frida to intensify the base color or do a second sandwich over top to create more depth.
1 coat Zoya Frida + 2 coats NYX Spot Light + 1 coat Zoya Frida
Want to see more amazing layering with the Gloss polishes? Mimi from Makeup Withdrawal layered the gloss polishes here and Cristina from Let Them Have Polish! created some excellent jelly sandwiches here.
Zoya polishes retail for $8.00 and are Big 5 free. In New York City, Zoya can be purchased at several locations including Gideon's Drugs (1385 Broadway, corner of 38th St) and Ulta in the Rego Park Center. See the full list here.
I reviewed the Designer collection here, the Diva collection here, and the Gloss collection here.
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