Today I’m showing you the polish I always reach for when I’m saturated of color, after a long while of wearing bright or edgy manicures. It does not happen much, but when it does I feel like I have no inspiration, I’m less prone to do my nails and I don’t even feel the need for buying more polish. A drama, I say. My solution: I turn to Zoya Jules, for she helps me reset, in a way. 2 coats + a coat of Seche Vite and you’re ready to go!
I love this polish for various reasons: 1) It’s passepartout even if it’s not a nude. Trust me, even the most conservative people will tolerate this, and even like it. I’ve had some compliments on my manicure from the most unexpected people when wearing Jules.
2) It’s on my list of 4 x 4 polishes: it stays perfectly on the nail for 4 to 5 days, no chipping. And you know, no chipping, no cry.
3) It’s opaque in two coats and dries pretty fast, thus it’s perfect for when you are in a hurry.
The only con I find is that she makes the redness of my skin around the nails pop out. But hey, I guess it’s fair. Nothing pops out if it does not exist.
I’m sure you’ve seen Jules a hundred times, but look at her once more: she makes me go wow every time. A brilliant gold-reflecting light brown with hints of green and red. If she was a woman, I’d definitely fall for her. The pictures do her no justice though; the time sucks in Barcelona right now.
I love to combine Jules with this ring, it's such a nice match! What do you think about them both?