16 April 2013

Have you met Kure Bazaar and Zoya?

A picture of Kure Bazaar Corso nail polish

No matter how much or little makeup you own, I will bet you own your fair share of nail polishes. Long before I got into makeup, I was buying nail polishes by the dozen. So I am always excited when a brand I love brings out a new shade or collection. But I am even more excited when I find new brands!

Kure Bazaar and Zoya are both brands I have never heard of before, nor seen available in the UK. But both of these brands are now available over at Big Green Smile! There are 26 shades available in the Zoya range and 29 shades available in the Kure Bazaar range. I was kindly offered to try a polish from each brand and picked two shades I am just besotted with!

From Zoya I picked 'Caitlin', a beautiful muted lavender shade. Two coats and this is a beautiful opaque polish with an amazing chip-free finish. The Zoya polishes retail at £10.50 each. For Kure Bazaar I picked a cool toned nude in the shade 'Corso'. Such a beautiful shade, this too is pretty opaque but requires three coats for a beautiful finish! Costing just a touch more, the Kure Bazaar polishes retail at £14.95. You can find both Kure Bazaar and Zoya on the Big Green Smile website here!

I am so impressed with the formula of both these brands that I know it won't be long until I am adding a few more shades from each to my collection! Why not take a look at the shades available and tell me which shades you'd like to try?

A picture of Zoya Caitlin nail polish

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  1. These look gorgeous! I might need to invest in a Zoya polish now we can get a hold of them :)

    Some Sparkle and Shine

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    1. I am so glad we can get them in the UK now, I've been lusting after them for months after seeing them so popular with American bloggers xo

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  2. Oooh, I constantly find myself lusting over Zoya polishes on nail-bloggers blogs. Great to know we can finally find them in the UK without risking eBay!

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    1. Yes definitely, eBay can be a mine field sometimes! xo

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  3. I love the zoya nail polish, i always love there colours! :)

    http://laurenlovesmakeupxoxo.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. What's your favourite shade from them Lauren? :) xo

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  4. I absolutely love Zoya nail polishes!! I have yet to try Kure Bazaar but they have some gorgeous shades that I'd like to get my hands on. Both the shades you picked are so lovely!!

    Gem x
    http://www.gemmameansjewel.com

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    1. Thanks Gemma, I think I picked two beautiful shades! I also really like the design of both brands! :) Let me know if you pick any up yourself xo

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  5. I really love the ZOYA color. It would be perfect for fall and winter. Seeing it's basically summer in California...it's time to rock the neon colors.

    I've never heard of either brand, but I need to find me some non-chipping polishes. Mine last for maybe a half week.

    Little Red Umbrellas

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    1. Me too, I'm a massive fan of chip-free polishes and once I find a brand which is exactly that, it's love! xo

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