Zoya Sarah

Zoya Sarah is one of 2 reds from the Flame 2010 Winter collection, listed as "possibly the prettiest sparkling red metallic ever!" Seriously, that's straight from the press release.  Unlike China Glaze Ruby Pumps or any of the other red glitters, this has such a fine microglitter in it, and is actually listed as a metallic.  Now, I asked the head fairy over at Zoya about the name on the bottle, which clearly says Sara, without the H.  She replied that it was just a printing mistake and that all future bottles would include the H.  (This was also later mentioned on their website for the release.)  Sarah or Sara, this is a really pretty red.

I used a base of Zoya Anchor, only 1 fully opaque coat of Sarah, and a top of Zoya Armor.  I'm still not in love with Zoya Armor - it dries too slowly for me, but because of the actual formula, Zoya polishes do not play well with Seche.

In the sun you can really see how pigmented this color is.  There are going to be a LOT of reds this winter season, but this gives a bit of a metallic look to the classic red creme. 

In the shade, you can see how it looks similar to a red glitter but unlike a glitter, this is much easier to remove - no scrubbing necessary.

Zoya [official website] can be purchased on their website for $7/bottle.

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