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Zoya Color of the Month

Hello friends! I don't know if you know about this interesting tidbit about Zoya, they have been making a special color of the month in addition to their seasonal color collections! 

The Color of the Month began in 2023. These are limited edition colors, so you must grab them before they sell out. You can find the Zoya Color of the Month on the Zoya website. 

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This post will be an on going post where I update the colors as Zoya sends them. Enjoy!

The Zoya Color of the Month Colors

March 2024 Lucky
Zoya Lucky March Color of the Month
What could be more springy than this super fun leafy green? Zoya Lucky is infused with gold & blue glitter with a fine sprinkling of magic fairy dust. No leprechaun could possibly resist this glittering green! I recommend using 2 coats of base coat to help prevent staining of your natural nails. 
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cute green top for St Patrick's Day

February 2024 Love

Zoya Love
This super glitter red has amazing depth with its micro and macro glitters which give it both warm and cool tones. Zoya Love is just gorgeous!
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love you more sign

December 2023 Vienna

Zoya Vienna
This glitzy gold is a blend of iridescent hex shimmer, irregular flakes, gold and iridescent micro shimmer, and fine white pearl. Zoya Vienna is so bright and amazing!
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gold fringe earrings

November 2023 Amaris

Zoya Amaris
Zoya Amaris is a deep blue green holo with micro glitter. It dries with a matte like finish. Add some Zoya Naked Manicure Glossy Seal to shine it up and smooth the surface.
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turquoise glass mosic orbs


Check back next month. The next color is coming soon! Follow   for more!

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. 

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Have a Beautiful Day!
xo
Licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist

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