Zoya Burke

So this is unrelated but I noticed it as I was editing pictures... I have a LOT of white cat hair in my pictures.  I have one long haired cat that I adore but UGH she get her fur EVERYWHERE.  Sigh.


So while I had this "lovely" patch of cloudy weather, I decided to get through this backlogged polish.  I have like 10 Zoyas to go through?  And mostly red.  So bring on the reds!  First up from the Fall 2010 Wicked/Wonderful collection (and this is from Wonderful) is Burke, a sienna red creme.


Because I'm sick of my ridges, I decided to use Zoya Get Even, available individually on their website or as part of the Color Lock system.  One coat of Get Even, 2 coats of Burke and a top of Zoya Armor.  I don't know if I mentioned this before but I prep ALL my manicure by swiping my nails with Zoya Remove+.  I've been through over a gallon of it in the past year, and I'm getting close to having to buy more.


A small patch of sun and I grabbed a picture.  I always thought sienna red was supposed to be more brown but this definitely came off more red for me.  Then again I have seen 12 different reds in a few days time, so I don't know.  ^_^


Maybe you can see more of the "smokiness" in the bottle here in the shade.  The formula was quite lovely.


Finally indoors with a flash - you can see the polish applied smoothly and evenly.  This was a lovely red from Zoya, but not necessarily unique.  



Zoya can be purchased on their website for $8/bottle.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

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