In honor of Zoya's promo that's going on right now, I thought I'd go with one of my favorites, Zoya Perrie. Zoya is running a promotion where you get 3 free polishes of your choice through January 13th you just have to pay $10 shipping and processing. See the info here. The code is ZOYA2013. I still haven't decided what I'm going to get yet.
Perrie is from the Flash Collection and I picked it up during the Earth Day Promo this year when I ordered the majority of my Zoya's. I love Zoya's toxin free formula. Zoya is one of my favorite brands.
The creme formula of Perrie is like butter and depending on the way you apply your polish could be a one coater. I used 2 here because I missed some spots, but that is due to operator error not the polish. The formula for Perrie leveled quickly and dry time was only a few minutes between coats. I've found this to be the case with almost every Zoya I've used so far.
Zoya describes Perrie as: A beautiful, soft and glossy lavender. It is shiny, and I love purple. Perrie leans a little towards the pink side, but that's ok because it is still purple. I don't like pink but this is fun and girly. You could do alot of with this as far as nail art or glitter topcoats go or just leave her be and let her shine on her own. If you want a glittery version I'd try Rory from the Surf Collection. I have the perfect glitter to pair with this and plan to post that next. It is a custom indie that I just got. Look for that in my next post.
Zoya Perrie here and sign up for an account. New accounts get a promo code for a coupon for a FREE Bottle of Zoya Nail Polish and it will automatically be placed in their account and can be used immediately on their current order. If you add another bottle to your cart you get free shipping. The coupon will appear in the "My Coupons/Promos" section of their "My Account" Page. Two Zoya's for $8 shipped is a steal. They are always adding promos to your account and Share the Love points just because. Their customer service is amazing too, one of the remaining companies I've come across where the customer actually matters.