Friday 1 October 2021

A Zoya A Day - Payton and Savita

Hey Friends

Today on the blog we meet Payton and Savita.

Available on USA website - Yes
Available on the UK website - Yes
Brush used - Original
Does it stamp - Yes
Name - Payton
Year - 2013
Number - ZP0688
Coats - 1
Finish - Holographic
Collection - Zenith
Colour - Purple
Topcoat - No

Payton by Zoya can be best described as a full-coverage, galactic cranberry with holographic glitter.

Available on USA website - No
Available on the UK website - No
Brush used - Original
Does it stamp - Yes
Name - Savita
Year - 2009
Number - ZP0504
Coats - 1
Finish - Matte Velvet
Collection - Winter Matte Velvets
Colour - Purple
Topcoat - No

Savita is a discontinued polish and can be described as royal purple matte nail polish with pink and purple shimmer.

Payton is utterly stunning, the classic scattered holo polish, great formula, no running or pooling and opaque in just one coat, this also stamps but likely best over a pale base.

Savita in epic, I do love the matte velvet polishes, I wish they would fo more of these in different colours, great formula, no running or pooling and opaque in one sweet coat, this also stamps but again best over a pale base, I'm an eejit I didnt put topcoat on a nail so you could see that.

Last photos are of my weekend mani, left hand has Celestia and right hand has Polaris, I then stamped with Mila, then decided to layer Celestia over Polaris and vis versa, then a coat of Eradani over my pointer fingers, my original base was two coats each before stamping.  These are glitter polishes, so I have used my Unt Peel Off basecoat, they feel like the pixie dust texture but I didnt want to be scrubbing for days trying to get these off. The stamping plate is Whats Up Nails B047, and yes I know the stamping is crooked, thats what happens when you can only see out of one eye and have no depth perception. 


  1. These are both gorgeous and love the other nails too :-D

    You know, I thought eejit was a Scottish word!

    1. I think it probably is, remember a lot of Northern Irish people have their roots in Scotland :)