Posted on Monday, at • bought • 644 views
It looks so very unassuming…and maybe it's because the color is a pale-milk-chocolate brown, but the faint “metallic” finish really shows up on this color. Two coats and I felt a burning need to rip open a bag of Christmas candy. (Fortunately for me - and my waistline - there wasn't any in the house.) Even with a single coat it was a bit too dark to be truly a “mannequin-hands” color. One coat was still not fully opaque, but it was fairly close.
For some reason, this polish and <a href=”/such/obsessive/addictions/zoyas_brizia/”>Brizia</a>, the two other neutrals I own from this collection, have a thicker consistency than Ki. I have noticed that many of my bottles of Zoya's darker colors - the navies, deep purples, dark greens, even the dark reds - don't seem to be as opaque with one coat, as were both Brizia and Pasha.
I bought this color looking for a neutral that was just slightly somehow different from most other neutrals out there. I definitely feel like I got what I was looking for. If you're looking for a neutral shade of polish, get a color spoon of Pasha and see if you like the way it looks with your skintone. (For the record, I've got fair skin with cool undertones - pink, rather than gold.)
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