Zoya Stacy

My best friend and roommate in college was named Stacy.  It was rare that people remembered there wasn't an "e" in her name.  Stacy is listed as a mahogany red cream in the Zoya Wonderful 2010 Fall collection.  I really do enjoy Zoya - I'm glad that I found out about it through the blogging world.  The nearest place to physically but Zoya is over an hour away but I did hear they have been seen at Ulta (also, an hour away), but of course you can buy online directly from their website, which is nice because they always have great customer service and shipping costs and turn around.

I used a base coat of Zoya Anchor, 2 coats of Stacy and a top coat of Zoya Armor.  The color actually goes on a lot lighter with the first cost and darkens up with the second - pictures tell the story.

The formula was really nice with Stacy - instead of being a lighter red like the 1 coat, it's more of a darkened wine color.  Look familiar?  I'll have a comparison post tomorrow.

There is 1 coat on the ring finger but 2 coats on the rest of my hand - when I originally picked the color of stain for my cabinets, I picked "mahogany" but my cabinets look a lot lighter than Stacy right here.

In the shade, you can see that Stacy darkens up a bit.  It's definitely more red than brown, and while this was listed as a fall color, I see how it would be pretty in winter too!

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