Monday, October 22, 2012

Manicure Monday: Natty (and dupe alert)

 Here we are again. Another Monday. Another week, waiting for us to take it on. And the first thing I do to prepare is swipe on a new manicure. This week, I'm bringing you Zoya's Natty. A pretty and cool blue-grey. A "smokey deep steel-blue," to quote the Zoya website, which I think describes this color well. It's a gorgeous creme polish that will grab people's attention without screaming for it. This runway-ready polish will have you looking fashion forward.  As with most, if not all, of my Zoya polishes, Natty applies easily, evenly, and has a beautiful finish.

It also reminds me a lot of a blue version of the infamous Zoya Kelly. And, if you read this blog often, you know I've said this exact phrase before about another steel-blue nail polish: Sinful Colors Rainstorm. Check out a side-by-side comparison here. The similarity between Natty and Rainstorm is uncanny, they are virtually indistinguishable.

It turns out I bought myself two identical nail polishes. I guess that's bound to happen when you buy as much nail polish as I do. But, for those of you who want to save some cash, Sinful Colors runs significantly less than Zoya polishes at a regular price of $1.99 at Walgreens. This week, they are 99 cents. By comparison, Zoya polishes are $8.

I love this color and I'm happy to have stumbled on a fantastic dupe for all of you. What do you think of Natty and how it compares to Rainstorm?

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