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Edyta by Zoya can be best described as a complex mixture of gold, olive, blue-green and smoky grey with a sparkling metallic finish. A dark shade balanced with sparkle for a dramatic look.
Finish - Metallic
Intensity - 5 (1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque)
Tone - Cool
For Best Results
Step 1: Clean the nail plate with Remove Plus ( Remove ) nail polish remover and nail plate cleaner
Step 2: Choose and apply the right base coat: Zoya Anchor for regular healthy nails or Zoya GetEven for nails with ridges
Step 3: Apply 2 coats of your favorite Zoya Nail Polish Color
Step 4: Apply a coat of Zoya Armor Top Coat
Step 5: Drop one drop of Zoya Fast Drops to the base of your nail bed
Following these 5 steps guarantees up to 14 days of wear on natural nails.
Zoya Nail Polish | Edyta Edyta
Edyta is, above all else, unique. I would describe it as a deep olive-green, with a strong gold undercurrent. Personally, I don`t see any of the blue-green or grey mentioned in the description listed.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaBeautiful, but Stains!
This is a gorgeous color that covers in a single coat. Unfortunately, it stains worse than any other color I`ve tried. Using Anchor first will keep it from staining your nail, but the blue-green base color will even stain your skin during removal.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaEdyta - Review
This color is amazingly complex! I`m normally NOT a green polish wearer, but I couldn`t turn this down. It looks amazing when the light hits it, and shimmers beautifully!
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaI LOVE this color!
This is the most beautiful, unique shade. I was afraid it would clash with my wardrobe, but it complements just about anything I wear it with. I can`t express how cool it looks.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaColor not as expected
I got a color spoon; it looked like a great gold-flecked dark army green. Saw the bottle at Ulta, so I picked it up instead of ordering from Zoya. Today I stripped off my "Sarah" and put on "Edyta," and under the incandescent light on my desk it looked awesome, like the glitter was actually multicolored. Unfortunately in real light, it looks like a frost gunmetal gray. Not at all what I was looking for. I`ll try a fleck coat over top tomorrow to see if it looks any better, but this is not floating my boat.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaFirst Zoya Nail Polish!
A darker olive green with tons of gold shimmer. I saw this at Ulta and had to try it! Not disappointed.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaMy favorite green from Zoya
I have 5 other Zoya greens and this one is my favorite. It`s not too loud, not too dark. The shimmer makes it stand out. I feel as though it`s the most neutral green...meaning I can wear a lot more things with it and it will still match.
Zoya Nail Polish | Edytanothing wrong with it ...
... but not my style. more muted and olive-y than my favorite polishes. definitely an unusual/funky shade, and i`ve gotten compliments on it, but i like colors that are more colorful/bold/sparkly (charla, carrie ann, trixie, mimi, etc).
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaInteresting color
This truly is an interesting color. It`s hard to describe using words. At first glance, it looks almost soft black. Upon seeing it closer, it`s a dark green/olive, with subtle gold shimmers. It looks a little bit like nori (Japanese dried seaweed) lol. My only dislike is that upon removing the polish, it stained my nails and skin blue.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaEdyta is yummy
Elle est comme un sapin de Noel glacée
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaUnique, dark, beautiful
I love the shimmer effect this nail polish offers! It`s so glamorous and spunky, but it is proper at the same time.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaA Rich, Personality-filled Moody Green
This is a lovely color, I`m currently wearing it. It was the 1st color that caught my eye amongst a sea of Zoya colors-It`s quite intriguing. Looks excellent against tanned/brown skin!; Almost has a luxe camouflage effect. Color is a complex forest green with teeny micro sparkles of very subtle golden/shimmer sheen - which gives the color increased dimension. Yet, this can still be worn at work to give off a slightly edgy, modern vibe w/o being too overt.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaUnique and Surprising
I bought the entire wicked collection but wasnt sure if I would like Edyta, although I had heard amazing reviews. I was worried the color would come off masculine. Masculine or not (I dont think it is) the color is a mix of gun metal, olive green, and gold that I have never seen before. I think it makes for a neutral tone that is good for the fall and winter seasons.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaGorgeous!
This is my new favorite! It has a good formula and looks great! It is almost black in some light and a great dark green with gold sparkles in other light. LOVE IT!
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaAmazing green with perfect sparkle.
I ordered 8 nail polishes and this is my favorite by far! Perfect green.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaBeautiful and so different
I bought 10 different colors for fall and winter and this is by far my favorite!
Edyta is a dark green, almost gunmetal color with sparkles galore.
Darker colors sometimes look too "goth" for work. Not so for this one. Can`t wait to wear it at work.
Zoya Nail Polish | EdytaBeautiful!!
Edyta is part of my first order from Zoya. I tried it with the Lock system today and my nails look great! The color is so unique and chic at the same time. It`s appropriate for business with short, modern nails yet cool and edgy!! I LOVE the color! Now I have to see if the manicure lasts :)