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Make Nail Polish Last Hack | Zoya Gelie-Cure | Zoya Beachy Brights

Does your nail polish chip off before it should? It is so frustrating! I know, there is the dip and gel polish but, I personally don't do the dip or light cured gel polish since both options are very dehydrating and damaging to the natural nails. I'm always looking for a nail polish hack to make polish last longer.

In this post, I will tell you about Zoya's make nail polish last hack, I'll show you their best Gelie bundle deal, and will show you swatches of the vibrant Zoya Beachy Brights Collection for Summer 2023. I think you are going to love these colors, especially for your summer pedicures!

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The Polish Hack

Our favorite cruelty free vegan nail polish brand Zoya has come up with a gentle, clever way to make your nail polish last longer, it's Gelie-Cure Naked Gelie. It's part of their Naked Manicure product line. 

This light cured product puts a protective layer on the nail creating a strong even foundation for regular nail polish application. It seals up weak peeling layers of nail which can make nail polish chip quickly. Strong healthy nails always hold nail polish better.

Zoya Naked Manicure Gelie-Cure Naked Gelie will:

1. make your polish last longer

2. prevent nail polish from staining your nails

3. create a smooth even basecoat for nail polish

4. make the nails stronger

5. allow you to quickly change your nail color 2 times without reapplying basecoat

The Gelie-Cure Naked Gelie is light cured in 60 seconds and removes super quickly with a 10 minute or less soak off when using the Zoya Remove+ Polish Remover with Zoya's handy Gel Polish Removing Clips. It is only one layer of light cured gel so you may only need to soak it for 5 minutes. Less soaking and no scraping it off equals minimal dehydration and damage to the nail plate.

The Gelie-Cure application guide:

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The Gelie-Cure Removal Guide:

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Learn more about  Zoya Naked Manicure Gelie-Cure on the Zoya Gelie-Cure video instruction page.

Get The Best Bundle

Right now, you can get a fabulous Zoya Beachy Brights and Naked Gelie Cure Bundle Kit for just $79.00!!!

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It's a deal worth over $120.00! It provides you with everything you need for the Gelie-Cure application (including an LED light!) and the great Beachy Brights Collection.

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The bundle includes:

The Beach Brights Polish Collection in 0.25oz size bottles

A 0.5oz Naked Ultra Glossy Top Coat

A 0.25oz Gelie-Cure Naked Gelie

A 1oz Gelie-Cure Clear Shine

A 1oz Remove+ Polish Remover

A Handy Travel LED Lamp

Five Gel Polish Removing Clips

A Nail File

An Orangewood stick

Lint Free Nail Wipes

An Instruction Card

A Pink Storage Pouch

That's a super deal!!! Visit zoya.com to get your bundle. Now, let's chat about and have a look at the Zoya Summer 2023 Nail Polish Colors that are included in the bundle!

The Zoya Beachy Brights Collection is a collection of 6 vibrant colors that are perfect for summer and a beach vacation. This is a new Hyper-Bright formula of highly pigmented colors with two coat coverage. 

I find they all go on smooth and easy with the Z-Wide brush already inside the bottle. They dry with a semi matte finish. Use the Zoya Ultra Glossy Seal Top Coat to give these colors super shine. They are very exciting colors! They come in 0.25 oz. bottles selling for $8.00 each on the Zoya site. 

Here are my swatches and color descriptions. 

See my Youtube swatch short

The Zoya Beachy Brights Collection

Yohanna
Zoya-Yohanna
Zoya Yohanna is a super bright cool neon creamy pink. I am in love with this Barbie pink nail polish!


Pluto
Zoya Pluto & Zoya Mateo
Zoya Pluto is super bright aqua neon creamy blue. Perfect for sitting by the pool! Pluto is the bottom feet, Zoya Mateo is on the top feet. Mateo is not in this collection but look how great it looks with Pluto!

Soraya
Zoya Soraya
Zoya Soraya is a creamy vibrant neon fuchsia. I love my mani pedi with Soraya! And, it matches my New Guinea Impatiens so well.

Avani
Zoya-Avani
Zoya Avanti is a super bright creamy neon lime green. I did need 3 coats with this one to get a streak free finish.

Loni
Zoya-Loni
Zoya Loni is a creamy neon salmon coral. Bright and happy!

Alora
Zoya Alora
Zoya Alora is a bright creamy pink toned red. It matches my red roses!

I love them all!!!
Cute blue Sundress

Find the latest colors on the Zoya website. You can also find beautiful classic Zoya colors on Amazon at great prices.

You can find Zoya products at salons, spas, zoya.com and on Amazon.

Here is my Amazon Zoya Link: Jill's Zoya Amazon Link

Zoya professional nail lacquer wears quite well on natural nails and is free of the harmful ingredients formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, camphor, TPHP, parabens, xylene, ethyl tosylamide and lead. 

       Buy Cruelty Free & Have a Beautiful, Colorful Day!
xo
Licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist

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