This review is long overdue. I’ve mentioned this polish in ton’s of favourites and it’s a perfect “radiant orchid” shade. 2014 is almost over so not that it matters, but it really is the perfect Pantone shade.
Zoya Perrie is a creme polish in a lavender-pink inbetween colour. It’s hard to pick a side, that makes it really pretty. It’s a little bit darker in my comparison swatches but hopefully you get a good idea of the colour. Essie Lilacism is a very light lilac, Perrie is a pinker version of Butter London Molly Coddled or Essie Sittin’ Pretty. Essie Splash of Grenadine is a proper pink in comparison.
The formula is much like other creme polishes like Zoya Robyn. It’s opaque in almost one or two coats. It’s even, no pooling or bubbling. It’s medium in consistency so it’s neither thin nor too thick. It’s very easy to work with.
It also stays on for a good 5-6 days. The photos below were taken on the 4th or 5th day of wear, there’s just some tipwear. It’s not very glossy so a topcoat definitely enhances the look.
Overall, the colour is unique enough and Zoya makes really great 3-free polishes. It’s not as cheap as China Glaze but similar to Essie or OPI. At $8 it’s a reasonable price.
These are hard to get in India. You can find Zoya on some sites online but I’ve seen this particular shade there, best to get it from eBay.
Brand : Zoya
Colour : Perfect radiant orchid, in between lavender and pink
Product Amount : 15ml
Consistency : Medium
Finish : Glossy
Coats : 2 coats.
Application : Smooth and even.
Durability : 5-6 days
Shelf Life : 24 months.
Price : $9 ~ Rs. 550.
Overall : 4/5
Have a lovely weekend! I’ll be taking some long naps!