Alright, I'll admit it. Zoya GeiGei isn't a fall color, in theory. But, since I've said it before: it doesn't feel or look like fall down here in Florida. Plus, I do what I want and I want to wear pretty baby pink polish. After all, baby pink is appropriate all year long. It's a neutral. So there you have it. Justified.
I have to admit, I've been so into Zoya GeiGei, it's bordering on obsession. I've actually made a dent in the bottle. That's huge for me seeing as I own so many blasted polishes I'll have to be buried with them. I'll be the old lady who lived in her nail polish.
|OPI Nail Envy base coat, Zoya GeiGei (2 coats), Sally Hansen Insta-Dri top coat|
GeiGei is an opaque polish that still manages to remain incredibly delicate. One coat is completely opaque, but the pink it really subtle. The second coat helps deepen the pink to make it more noticeable. The abundance of micro-glitter makes this polish only slightly more work to remove than a regular creme, but nowhere near the amount of work of removing chunky glitter polish. Put away your jackhammer. All you'll have to do is swipe your nail one or two extra times with an acetone-soaked cotton swab.
I also noticed that GeiGei has a great manicure lifespan. I wore it for 5 days before I got a minor chip.
Doesn't GeiGei just make you feel pretty? What are some of your favorite pale pinks?