Zoya Caitlin

Zoya Caitlin was one of the polishes I had my eye on for months… and kept convincing myself that I did not need. But it is a “greige” beauty, and I am sucker for anything grey!! Described by Zoya as a “smoky purple-tinged medium gray with smooth, opaque creme finish,” it truly is, a “sultry, mysterious and impossibly chic” shade. It is so chic, it was even suggested to be Michelle Obama’s nail polish at the Democratic National Convention in 2012!

Well needless to say, I finally buckled and brought Caitlin home.

Here are two gorgeous, easily applied, self-levelling coats of Caitlin:

Zoya_Caitlin

Chic, work-appropriate and suitable to any skin colour, this grey-lavender beauty is one of those essentials that you need in your polish lineup!

After wearing Caitlin for a couple of days (and loving it!), I decided to add a quick French tip using Zoya Natty:

Zoya_CaitlinNattyFrench1

Zoya Natty is a smokey deep steel blue cream; gorgeous and shiny like all my Zoyas are!

Natty and Catlin are such gorgeous moody shades, non-season-specific and versatile. Caitlin makes a perfect palate cleanser if you’re tired of brights or glitters – neutral without being boring. And Natty is a highly-wearable blue shade with its steely base.

Do I love? I am obsessed!

What do you think of the coloured French mani look?

Get your Natty and Caitlin online from Zoya if youโ€™re in the US, or via Nail Polish Canada. Donโ€™t forget to follow Zoya on Facebook and on Twitter for the latest!

~xo

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11 comments
  1. sunnydee said:

    woah, that’s an amazing color! Your nail shape is great, too. Found you via the article on that website.

  2. Artemis said:

    The colour is gorgeous and I especially love the mani contrast!!

    • Thanks so much Essie! Me too, it blew me away… ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. That’s so funny; I just bought these two colors in order to get the Instagram mini trio. They look gorgeous together. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • You did? They are both perfect, together and alone! Enjoy them!

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