September 28, 2012

Jelly Goodness: Zoya Paloma

Base: One coat Zoya Get Even
Color: Three coats Zoya Paloma
Top: One coat Seche Vite
Application: Good (out of poor, average, good, excellent)

I am not the world's biggest fan of jelly polish, but when the Zoya NYFW Gloss trio went on sale for a mind-blowing $12, I HAD to have it!! I had been eyeing these since they were released and half-price is the perfect price for me. The first juicy polish I tried from the trio was Zoya Paloma. Zoya describes Paloma as a "sheer deep fuchsia-berry with a buildable jelly gloss finish". This is pretty accurate, the color is like a nice berry pink.

Paloma was pretty easy to apply. I like to use slightly thicker coats of jellies, I think they go on a bit more evenly that way. This is three medium-thick coats. It's pretty non-streaky, so that's a plus!! I am actually a big fan of Paloma, even though jellies don't usually grab me (unless used in a sandwich). Speaking of, the jelly sandwiching possibilities with Paloma are endless. I can't wait to try some delicious combos!!

Zoya Paloma is available online at The links in this post are my Zoya Share the Love links, so I get points towards free items if you click on them and purchase. If you do not wish to give me free anything, here is a non-Sharing the Love link.


Polished Marvels said...

I love Paloma, it looks so jellyish and squishy on you!! Have ist too and love playing with it, its true, the combinations are endless!!!

Never Enough Nails said...

It's the kind of jelly that makes me want Jolly Ranchers! I'm glad you love it too Polished Marvels!