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Zoya Nail Polish Color Spoons

Get Spooned For "Free" Thanks to Zoya

If you're trying to choose one nail polish over another, or the thought of buying a polish without trying it first makes you distressed, look no further than Zoya's new Color Spoons. (Available today on Zoya.com.)

The spoons are made up of a clear plastic handle, with the actual shade painted on the nail-shaped tip at the end. Just hold the spoon up to your nail to see how it will look on you. While I'm not totally in love with the idea of having these little plastic pieces all over the place, they are essentially free.

Here's how it works: you're charged $.50 per spoon with complimentary shipping. Then, you'll receive a promo code for a credit equal to the amount you spent on said spoons. You can then use that discount toward your next Zoya purchase. What do you think of the idea?

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Beauty Beauty 5 years
I think if you're obsessed with finding THE exact color, it makes sense. But the environmentalist inside me doesn't love thinking about how much plastic is generated for something like this.
Krissy90220 Krissy90220 5 years
I think this is a waste of plastic. I've seen painted on plastic nail wheels from companies that are suppose to be true to color all the time and it doesn't work. I rather read reviews from reputable bloggers and see their swatches.
yogurtsoup yogurtsoup 5 years
i've bought Zoya nail polish before for my mom, she loved them, Zoya has beautiful colors
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
^^ That is so true. Polish never looks the same painted on surfaces other than the nail. I wouldn't waste my time with these.
jamie-ferrari jamie-ferrari 5 years
Great idea but not sure if the colors will be true to life. My experience of seeing colors painted on plastic is very different that seeing it painted on something natural like fingernails. I think it's a great idea to get an idea of the colors, but know that it will be slightly different when nails are polished. It reminds me of color swatches for hair color. Usually close, but no cigar. XO
ClassicalTorture ClassicalTorture 5 years
I think it's pretty wasteful, to be honest. Although I guess it's not a terrible idea if your trying to get a particular shade to match a bridesmaid's dress or something like that.
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