It’s Wednesday! Happy Hump Day!
You may have heard of a nail-polish group online called “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink”. Hehe, well, how about wearing Zoya Wednesday on Wednesdays? 😉 I think it’s a great way to celebrate the middle of the week.
Aqua nail polishes like Zoya Wednesday are always a treat to wear. They’re flattering on so many different skin tones, and I find myself reaching for them often when the mercury rises.
Do you have a particular colour that you reach for more in the spring and summer?
Zoya Wednesday Pictures
Zoya Wednesday Ingredients
Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate Nitrocellulose, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Sterlkonium Nectroite, Acrylates Copolymer, and Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer.
Zoya Wednesday Swatches
All swatches have:
- Seche Clear Crystal Clear Base Coat
- 2 coats of Zoya Wednesday
- Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat
Natural Light Photos
√ Soft aqua cream
- Name: Zoya Wednesday
- Collection: Zoya Surf & Beach Summer 2012 Collection
- Press Release: Click here to see the Zoya Surf & Beach Summer 2012 Collection press release
- Colours Available in the Zoya Surf & Beach Summer 2012 Collection: Wednesday, Reagan, Lara, Shelby, Arizona, Tracie, Rory, Carly, Kimber, Myrta, Meg & Zuza
- Amount: 15 mL (0.5 fl. oz.)
- What I Paid: Nothing! (This was sent to me by the company. Retails for $8 USD.)
- Where to Buy: Zoya website
Zoya Wednesday Review
Wednesday by Zoya is a blueish green or a greenish blue. It’s soft without looking like it’s going to faint. It’s eye-catching without being showy like a burlesque dancer.
In bright light, the blue comes out more, but in dim light, the green shines through.
This is the type of colour that I feel looks just as striking on someone with a rich skin tone as somebody with a fair complexion. And for that reason, I suggest that if you don’t already have an aqua nail polish similar to this that you get it! It’s a hue that’s a no-brainer. You know…the kind that always looks good on you. 🙂
Wednesday by Zoya is a simple creme polish, which gives it a clean finish. The colour is what gives it some oomph. But, if it’s not enough, I think it would also look terrific underneath a glitter polish or used as a base for nail art.
Application & Formula
A lot of the Zoya polishes that I own have a very thin formula, but this one was pretty different. It was thick yet runny at the same time, so you do have to concentrate more than usual to apply it.
It does self-level, which creates a flawless finish, but you have to be really careful when painting it on to avoid flooding your cuticle. It seemed like it was very easy to accidentally pool too much polish in one section of my nail.
If possible, try to paint with less polish on the brush and then re-dip your brush to get more. If you load it up too much, it becomes trickier to control with this formula.
The good thing is that this polish is very opaque – you really only need 2 coats for solid coverage.
How Does It Compare to Similar Colours?
When I wore this polish, it reminded me a lot of China Glaze For Audrey, so I had to do a little bottle comparison with that and two other polishes.
It might be hard to see in my photos (not sure how well the slight differences actually showed up with my camera), but here’s what my naked eye noticed:
- China Glaze Aquadelic is brighter than Zoya Wednesday
- China Glaze For Audrey is close to Zoya Wednesday
- OPI Mermaid’s Tears is dustier and greener than Zoya Wednesday
Final Verdict: 8/10
I really enjoy wearing colours like Zoya Wednesday because it’s very easy to pull off, and it reminds me of warm weather.
What colours remind you of spring and summer? Have you tried any of the shades in the Zoya Surf & Beach Summer 2012 Collection?
Edit: Yay! Guess what? Zoya featured this review on their blog! (Click on the below screenshot to go to the original article.)