Zoya - Yuna

Zoya – Yuna

Zoya - YunaI had so much fun with the BCA pinks from Essie and OPI and my Halloween fun with Sinful Colors and Sally Hansen, but I am ready to leap back into some more traditional Fall colors and I couldn’t think of a better place to start than with Yuna from Zoya’s Ignite Collection.

This is the second polish I ordered from Zoya’s Ignite Collection for Fall 2014. The first was Autumn which is one of the best “fall” polishes I’ve ever seen. Does Yuna hold up? Let’s see!

I’d describe Yuna as a dark grey/green with gold and copper shimmer throughout. It’s one of those polishes that just glows from within. It’s eye catching and lovely. For you curious cats out there, Zoya describes Yuna as a warm grey with copper and gold liquid metal.

The application was so easy. My base coat of the moment is Essie’s Protein Base Coat. I added two coats of Yuna and and finished it off with Glisten & Glow HK Girl Top Coat. Zoya doesn’t always play well with Seche Vite, but I haven’t noticed any issues when I use HK Girl.

I’m so impressed by the Ignite side of Entice & Ignite. I still have my eye on Sansa and Remy.

Zoya retails for $9 and you can order directly from their website. It’s a little pricier on Amazon ($9.99) but it includes free shipping.

Be lovely.


Zoya Yuna

Zoya Yuna

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5 thoughts on “Zoya – Yuna

  1. Anonymous November 3, 2014 at 9:20 am

    That’s a beautiful polish! I’ll have to pick that one up:)

  2. pikrodafni November 3, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    Very interesting polish! In natural light I could have sworn it was green… I love polishes that leave everybody guessing – including the person wearing it. 🙂

    • Katie November 3, 2014 at 1:02 pm


  3. Wildflower_eyes November 3, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    I ordered this too. Looks just like your bottle. I feel like it looks different compared to a lot of the swatches out there. Were you happy overall with the color?

    • Katie November 3, 2014 at 3:29 pm

      Very happy! I guess I should add that all of my pictures in natural light show much more blue/grey than the green/grey that I got inside 🙂

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