I know that Zoya Noot is supposed to be a predominantly grey color, but for some reason when I saw this I kept thinking “smoky green, smoky green!”. Sort of yes, sort of no.
This is a lush and rich color that’s highly pigmented. Zoya Noot was so easy to work with I didn’t know what to do with myself. There was no long drying time. There were no bubbles. There was no tip shrinkage due to my fast and clumsy application. If anything, the only things I did wrong was try to do some nail art and I used old top coat.
I used tape to try and do those Vs that you see on my nail. I was also deficient in the removal of said tape – it took away some of the color. As for the top coat, it was a sort of old bottle of Poshe. Now I say sort of old because it has been refilled with Poshe’s fast drying top coat and had the Poshe Nail Polish reviver used in it. However, sometimes it’s best to throw away the top coat and purchase a new bottle, wouldn’t you say?
There were bubbles around where the V is, yet nowhere else. Odd, wouldn’t you say?
Zoya Noot appeared to be a dark grey cream with blue in some lighting, while it also appeared to be a dark grey cream with green in others. Wait? Isn’t that what the Zoya site said it was supposed to be?!
I liked Zoya Noot – it had reminded me ofÂ The Brand That Shall Not Be Mentioned’s Here Today…Aragon Tomorrow! One day I’ll re-visit that brand once they no longer fall under the Coty umbrella.
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