Zoya nail polish is sold in professional salons and spas around the United States and online at Zoya.com. Find your nearest local retailer by searching the store locator at Zoya.com and entering the zip code.
Zoya nail polish is available at many retailers all over the United States including Zoya's own website Zoya.com and Amazon.com. Both retailers have many Zoya products in stock.
Nail polish is made up of solvents, film formers, resins, plasticizers and pigments. These ingredients are labeled as butyl acetate, xylene, toluene and formalin. Companies including Essie and Butter London use formulations that are free of DBP, toluene and formaldehyde.
To take off nail polish, soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover, and press the soaked ball over the nail to for a few minutes to allow the polish soften. Wipe away the polish, clean the cuticles, and then wash and moisturize your hands.
Some popular nail polish colors are Giorgio Armani "402," which is a classic shade of red, a pink and purple shade called "Passione" by Dolce and Gabana and an icy blue color called "Kip" by Butter London, says InStyle. Another popular color is "High Street" by Nails Inc., which is a deep berry purp
Discount department stores, such as Target, sell Orly Nail Polish, as do some beauty supply stores. It's also possible to buy Orly Nail Polish online at Amazon.com.
Unopened nail polish lasts up to 24 months when properly stored, according to Doug Schoon of Schoon Scientific. Essie Weingarten, founder of Essie Cosmetics, says that nail polish should last forever when stored properly. Ultimately, it’s up to the manufacturer to determine the shelf life.
To make nail polish last, clean the nail beds with white vinegar, then file each nail short before applying a base coat to the nails, followed by two coats of nail polish and a top coat. Allow the nail polish to dry completely and reapply the top coat every few days to preserve the finish.
To apply nail polish, file your nails and buff them. Apply a base coat followed by two coats of polish, and then finish off with a top coat.
Nail polish can go bad, but with proper storage it lasts an extremely long time. Manufacturers rarely list an expiration date on nail polish, so monitoring the polish's texture is necessary to determine if it has gone bad.