Zoya Professional Lacquer in Serenity

Zoya — Serenity (Professional Lacquer) Swatch & Review

Collection: Zoya 2015 Summer, Island Fun

I recently picked up six Zoyas during their Color Cube sale last month, and here’s another swatch from that batch of colors.

Today’s polish is from Zoya’s 2015 Summer collection, Island Fun (the cream finish half of Zoya’s usual dual-releases). I’ve previously reviewed Cecilia, Nana, and Talia from this collection.

Serenity (ZP799) is described by Zoya as a “summer purple”, “[r]eminiscent of beautiful blooming irises, a harbinger of summer”. Very poetic! It is a cool, blue-toned purple cream that runs on the deeper end of midtone, but remains vivid, not vampy. It certainly is iris-inspired!

Iris flower
Image: wikipedia.org

Like Nana, this isn’t the most unique shade, but it’s a fine, and even elegant, example of a blue-toned purple.

Application is lovely, as is typical for Zoya, and the polish is opaque in two coats. The polish dries to a glossy shine.

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Serenity, swatch

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Serenity, label


Zoya Professional Lacquer retails for US$9 and is 0.5 US fl oz / 15 mL. Zoya nail polishes are free of toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and camphor, and are made in the USA.

Zoya is part of Art of Beauty, a privately held company based in Cleveland, OH, USA.

9 thoughts on “Zoya — Serenity (Professional Lacquer) Swatch & Review

  1. What kind of girl’s name is Serenity? This should have been called Iris. That’s a real person’s name. DUH Zoya. I may have even called this Tullia: The name Tullia comes from the Irish origin. In Irish The meaning of the name Tullia is: Peaceful.

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  2. I agree, Iris is a much more common name, but I was friends with a girl online whose sister in law was named Serenity (can’t believe I remember that, lol). I really like this shade, super pretty.

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