The Zoya Great Nail Polish Exchange!!! (See Update below)

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I just received the most amazing email from my favorite nail polish, Zoya.

TRADE-IN ANY OLD NAIL POLISH (any brand) AND GET NEW ZOYA NAIL POLISH FOR FREE!!

Do you have old bottles of nail polish (any brand) , used or unused, laying arround, collecting dust and tying up your valuable money? If you do, and we know you do, then this is the perfect program for you.

The Zoya Great Nail Polish Exchange lets you get fresh new Zoya Nail Polish Bottles in exchange for old bottles (used or unused- empty or full) of any brand of nail polish other than Zoya. All you have to do is pay for the shipping and processsing. It’s that simple!

To take advantage of this offer, simply fill out the form HERE and press submit. You will receive an email with detailed instructions for this program and an exchange form (with your personal exchange authorization number) which you will need to include with your exchange.

GO HERE TO TRADE IN YOUR OLD NAIL POLISHES FOR NEW ZOYA POLISH!

**UPDATE: So after filling out the form myself, and trying this exchange, I’ve now seen why it’s too good to be true.  You are required to send a minimum of 6 polishes, and you must pay $3 per bottle (they claim it’s for shipping & handling).  While $3 isn’t terrible for new polish, it is a pain in the ass to send in your old polish.  If you’re going to buy polish, it’s easier to just go to the drugstore and pick up one for the same price.

Sorry guys!  They don’t tell you any of this upfront, it’s only after you fill out the form that you find out.

If you don’t mind paying $3 for each bottle, Zoya is still a great polish.  I would pay $3 per bottle…

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