Zoya Professional Lacquer in Tallulah, swatch

Throwback Thursday! Zoya — Tallulah (Professional Lacquer) Swatch & Review

Collection: Zoya 2009 Summer, Ooh-La-La

It’s Throwback Thursday again, and here is one of my all-time favorite blue polishes. That’s saying a lot, because I have a lot of blue nail polish!

Tallulah (ZP481) is a beautiful, fairly true blue with a touch of cornflower. It doesn’t read overly cool, so it still works well on my warm skintone. The superfine silvery aqua shimmer also has an iridescent violet flash.

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Tallulah

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Tallulah

The formula is excellent: two coats apply smoothly, evenly, and remarkably thinly considering how opaque it gets with two coats.

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Tallulah, swatch

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Tallulah, swatch

The other polish I have from this collection is Midori, another all-time fave. I’m starting to wonder why I never picked up any of the other shades in this collection!

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Tallulah, label

Zoya Professional Lacquer in Tallulah, label

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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. In 1986, Zoya and Michael Reyzis (a pianist and a chemist, respectively) founded the company as a nail salon that eventually evolved into a family of nail and skincare brands.

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