Try before you buy with Zoya color spoons!

I was browsing for a new nail color this morning and happened on Zoya Ivanka, one of the cutest emerald shades I have ever seen. When I was looking to order it and I saw these cool color spoons from Zoya. A great way to try colors out with your skin tone before buying a bottle to find its just not quite right. The best part is they only charge .50 cents a spoon and the amount you spend on color spoons is actually a credit towards your next purchase.

Zoya Color Spoon | Ivanka

What’s a Zoya Color Spoon?

Zoya Color Spoons are clear plastic, spoon shaped devices with actual nail polish poured in the nail shaped tip. Before you order a bottle of a color you are not sure of, order a color spoon of that color instead. You can order as many (or as few) colors as you would like. When you receive the Zoya Color Spoons, simply hold them up to your nails and see what the actual color will look like on your nails as though you applied 2 coats and a clear top coat. You never have to worry about ordering the wrong color again.

Ok here is the best part: Zoya Color Spoons SHIP FREE (Economy Ground). That’s Right, weather you buy 1 or 200 spoons you do not have to pay for shipping unless you want to upgrade to faster shipping.

So how much are the Zoya Color Spoons? Well they are basically FREE. When you place an order for Zoya Color Spoons you are charged $0.50 per spoon, but as soon as your order is invoiced and ships you will receive an email with a personalized promo code for a discount in the amount equal to the amount you spent on spoons to be taken against you next order.You can use your coupon code towards the purchase of the real color you want to buy or any merchandise on our websites. You can even use it to buy additional color spoons. Help! Need More Info.


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August 10th, 2014 at 12:52 pm

MichelleySeptember 3, 2012That’s crazy! I just bought Going Grape baesuce I figured it was a Insta Dri so it should be good and it looked so pretty. Then when I went to use it to paint my daughter’s nails I realized it would totally suck at stamping. Boo. Hahaha. Oh well. It’s still really pretty.