Breezi is quite a stretch as a woman’s name I think, Zoya. Maybe I’m wrong, but I’ve never known anyone to be named Breezi? Since Zoya names all their polishes women’s names, I think this is a little weird.
I read on twitter today that Breezi has been one of the top sellers the past 5 days, which I find interesting. Out of all of 3 of the summer collections, I didn’t think that this polish would catch so many people’s eyes.
After I received this polish, I noticed it wasn’t all that unique. Somehow I missed that in all the swatches I saw. It looks really similar to OPI Suzi Says Fung Shui, doesn’t it? (On the right) I haven’t swatched the two side by side, but even having Breezi on the nail, I would say they are quite similar. I think they’ll be very close.
I’ll start this off by saying that the formula was to die for! I somehow think Zoya’s creme formula, which was already perfect, has gotten better. This was so smooth and buttery. Almost fully saturated with one coat. I only needed two coats to finish this manicure. The formula was thicker, but a dream to apply.
This color is a slightly muted, medium blue creme. It has a hint of teal in the tone of the color. It’s not entirely just blue. It also has just a pinch of dustiness to it, just so it’s not fully saturated and really bright. The color almost seems slightly heavy to me? Almost dense, and I think that’s because of the softness of the color. Since it’s not very bright, it looks somewhat flat and heavy.
Overall, I’m not totally thrilled. Having to describe the color makes it sound more interesting than it looks. It’s nice, just nothing to cause me to fall in love with it. I think if you already own Suzi Says Fung Shui you don’t need it. I feel like I should have picked up one of the purple cremes instead in my bogo! Boo!
Where to Buy: Zoya.com / $ 8
Did you get Breezi? Do you like it? Maybe I’m just crabby today, haha.
P.S. My birthday polish this weekend is going to be Zoya Faye!