Sunday, February 16, 2014

Review: Zoya "Timo"


What I Used:
  • 1 coat of Zoya Anchor Base Coat
  • 2 coats of Zoya Timo
  • 1 coat of Zoya Armor Top Coat

According to Zoya: It apparently doesn't exist?


Color [6/10]
Like I said in my review of Dream, I'm picky about blues. I liked Timo in the bottle, since it's super dark. It leans purple or black in some lights, but for the most part it never looked blue to me. I kind of liked that since I don't like blue, but then again, it's blue and should look it! I don't know, but I did like it the longer I wore it.

Application [6/10]
Timo drags, which was slightly annoying. It's thick, but not clumpy. It just doesn't want to spread out without a little help. However, once it's on, it does self-level. It did require two coats.


Finish [7/10]
There's nothing special about Timo. It's just a standard cream finish. It's not too shiny, and the color shifts depending on the light.

Longevity [7/10]
Tip wear was apparent after just a few days, but that's typical for colors this dark. It did start chipping after a week though. Luckily, the chips didn't peel.

Final Score: 6.5

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