Zoya Feifei

Feifei by Zoya

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Polish Name: Feifei by Zoya

Size: 15 mL

Brand: Zoya

Collection: Diva NYFW 2012 Collection

This product contains no added formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, formaldehyde resin or camphor.

About Zoya: Zoya has been awarded the longest wearing natural nail polish by Women's Health Magazine. Zoya is of superb quality making it loved and used regularly among spa professionals and consumers at home. Zoya's no-chip formula will leave your polish looking like new for days.

Application Instructions: For best results first apply a base coat to clean, bare nails. Then apply 2-3 coats of colored polish (depending on its consistency and thickness). For long lasting wear finish with a top coat.

4 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Oct 2016

    Perfect gray shade indoors; not too glitzy. Very pleased, though I haven't seen it in full daylight.

  • 5
    I like it!

    Posted by Shannon on 15th Sep 2014

    I think this colour looks purple in some lights and blue in other lights. It is mostly gunmetal coloured in lowlight. It's really nice! It does take a few coats.

  • 5

    Posted by TM on 26th Sep 2012

    Unlike the other reviews I saw this color in store and that is why I bought it. I agree it doesn't look like the swatches online (and none of those swatches seem to look like each other). It's a color best seen in person to know if you would like it. I just put it on for the first time today and I love it. To me it is a steel grey with grey and gold sparkles. When I hold my hand back I fall in love with this color... It has a very classy elegant look to it without being girly. Notes: It has blue sparkles but it is mostly grey. Almost reminds me of a silver when in certain lighting.

  • 3
    Not the colour you were looking for

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Sep 2012

    Completely different from what I expected. Thought this was a sparkly blue, but the silver sparkle is so intense it mostly just comes out as a gunmetal grey colour. Also very thin, took about five coats to actually look opaque. Might be better over a solid blue base, time will tell.