Polish Name: Sansa by Zoya
Description: Sansa is a metallic purple with a gold shimmer.
Size: 15 mL
Collection: Ignite Collection (Fall 2014)
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.
just like the lady it's named after, this colour is beautiful but also dark and deadly. it's a deep purple with gold flecks. gorgeous!
This is another Zoya Polish I have recently added to my polish collection, since finally trying Zoya Polishes, and discovering how great they are. I usually prefer cremes, but this polish, 'Sansa', is a dark purple with a golden shimmer. It is not overtly glittery, but the glitter is evident rather than appearing as the similar shade, and formula of 'Casey'. I am particularly enjoying dark-coloured manicures, and pedicures lately, and this shade 'fits the bill'. It is practically opaque in one coat, and its formulation is excellent. I recently changed my manicure of 'Sansa' for another Zoya shade, simply, because I wanted to wear a different colour. No chipping, or problems had occurred, and my manicure was eight days old! I will definitely continue to purchase Zoya Polishes from Nail Polish Canada, because they are affordable, they have great quality, there have current, yet timeless colour choices, and they arrive at my door quickly, with free shipping! It's a 'win-win-win-win-win'!
I love the Ignite collection and it is one of the few collections which I have actually purchased all of the colors. India is STUNNING and I had high hopes for all of the colors, although India is the only other one I've actually worn to date. Sansa is nice to apply and is almost opaque in one coat. Unfortunately the supposed purple in this really doesn't come through with all of the gold glitter, and it ends up being a non-descript color. It's not black, not purple, not really anything. Just a dark 'somecolor' with gold flecks in it. I would say that under most lighting it is most akin to black, so if you like the idea of an almost-black with gold flecks, you will like this one. If you want a true purple with gold flakes, I would probably recommend Payton, from viewing the pictures (wish I bought that one instead).