Like many of you, I've found myself intrigued by the following from Zoya:
According to Zoya, the system will:
The only downside to the system thus far has been the price. The full kit and caboodle consists of five colors, one white tip shade, two different top coats, and a base coat for a total of $96.
They also offer one color (Pink Perfecter), the white tip, the base coat, and satin top coat for $25 as a set.
Yet, when I started to do the math, I quickly realized something didn't add up.
And I was right.
As I previously mentioned, the price of the full starter kit with a stand for the nine bottles is $96.
But then this happened:
However, it turns out, you can merely purchase the Women's Starter Kit and add on the Mauve, Lavender, Nude, and Buff Perfecters... and get the collection and all the free gifts that Zoya has to offer for $77.
The only thing you don't seem to get is the little stand meant for salon display, which I don't think is quite worth the $19 upcharge. Information on application, blending, etc. is available on the NakedManicure.com website, as well, so it isn't exclusive to the kit.
So if you've been eying the full collection, or even just a few, the best bet is to buy the Women's Starter Kit for $25 (since just the base coat and satin top coat alone are $12 each) and then individually purchase any other shades you might want.
Just picked up the full set for $77 myself, so expect a full review in the future. As someone who sometimes likes to go "naked" (when it comes to my nails... get your minds out of the gutter!), I'm interested to see how these look and function.
Thoughts on this interesting discovery?