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Bevin by Zoya can be best described as a dusty, medium sage green with teal tones and a creamy opaque finish. A stylish and unique shade for when you want something different from the usual mint green.
Finish - Cream
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.
I see this is listed under green, but I consider it turquoise - almost like a Kingman turquoise from NM. It`s feminine and edgy at the same time. Wears beautifully, and opaque in 2 coats, though I like 3. This doesn`t look much like what you see online. For a color company, the images should look closer to reality.
Bevin is great! It has enough color to stand out, but not so much to the point where it can`t be worn in the office. I have fair, warm-toned skin and am very picky about the colors I put on my nails because I don`t want my skin to look totally washed out, but this color compliments my skin perfectly!
Excellent coverage, love the shade.
I normally prefer metallics to creamy shades, but I received Bevin in a Birchbox and had to try it out. It was a very lovely pistachio green that felt just right for spring.
Love this minty green color! I had to have it when I saw it and it was a great purchase for me. Looks awesome against my fair skin.
When I first saw Bevin online, I thought I would hate it. I have neutral-toned pale-as-the-dickens skin, and the swatches of Bevin that I saw looked like they would make my skin appear grey or sallow in contrast.
I received a sample of Bevin through a beauty subscription service I use, and I was honestly a bit bummed that they had sent me this color. I reluctantly swatched it once, and I`m hooked! While I own several periwinkle blues and mint greens, I own nothing similar to the muted khaki/sage green of Bevin (and I actually think Bevin is more wearable than either of those two light, cool-toned options). It`s very appropriate for Spring, but I could see myself wearing it in Fall and Winter, as well. It`s like mint green`s sophisticated, cocktail party-ready older sister!
Two coats are more than sufficient for complete opacity, and I have no issues with application, streaking, bubbling or wear. I would recommend this color to practically anyone.
This polish is more blue than I was expecting. It`s still a pretty color, but I was hoping for more of a neutral-ish green.
I looked up swatches online before I bought this and I loved the color, but when I finally got it and painted it on my nails it looked a LOT darker! It`s still a nice color but would have preferred the actual color featured online.
Love this color- be prepared for comments and complements from strangers. Looks glossy and rich- definitely more green than photo. A med bluish teal that looks good on fair skin.
I *love* this shade of green, but I noticed that other polishes in this color are really bright, which gives me obnoxiously green nails. Not with this one! "Dusty" is an apt description as the green is gorgeous but very subdued, compared to other. I think of this of more of a aquamarine leaning on green than sage green, but either way, it`s beautiful! Color goes on smoothly, and it takes only 2 coats to get on nicely. A great addition to the world of aquamarine nail polishes!