Wait a minute; I am the media. So I’m alerting myself to alert you: I found a neutral from Zoya I love.
I certainly can’t say it’s a new polish. It’s quite old, judging from its item number at Zoya’s web site, ZP139. For reference, the newest polishes have numbers around 800.
It’s Flowie, part of the Classic line, and it’s a warm light brown with a peach tone. It reminds me a bit of very light milk chocolate, and is one I picked up on a whim in Zoya’s recent Earth Day promotion.
It’s not super-opaque, and I needed three coats. I do think Zoya’s more recent releases have a better formula than their older ones, but Flowie’s not bad, just needs a little more attention. With no top coat, under indirect bright outdoor light and then with the flash:
While I think it would be prettier on warm-toned skin as opposed to my AWG (average white girl) cool-toned skin, I still love it and don’t think it gives me Band-Aid hands. No yellow tones, not blah. This would be a beautiful subdued office-safe color, and while I no longer work in an office, I’ll be happy I have this when fall rolls around.
I don’t really have another Zoya color like it. Here it is in between Flynn and Chanelle.
You can see that it’s much peachier than either one, and is lighter than Chanelle.