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'Tis the season to be happy - and nothing puts us in the holiday spirit more than a merry mani! Now you can stock up on all your favorite ZOYA products with Holiday Happy Hour. We'll feature a different deal each day December 3rd through December 9th. Join us every day between 5-9pm EST to stock up on everything you need for flawless
Don't miss out of any of the deals! Be sure to check your e-mail, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram PLUS we'll be updating the Zoya Holiday Happy Hour Page (here) with the most up to date promotions!
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Each deal valid online only at zoya.com, 5-9pm EST on the day it is released or while supplies last. Not valid in conjunction with other coupons, codes or promotions. Shipping & Handling fees apply unless otherwise stated. US only. Art of Beauty is not responsible for incorrect addresses, credit card entry errors, web related issues or any errors associated with declined credit cards. Returns or exchanges of promotional items not permitted. Code must be entered at time of purchase. One code per account - code cannot be reinstated for canceled orders. - See more at: http://blog.zoya.com/Moment/Zoya+Holiday+Happy+Hour/?Moment=4946#sthash.YtmT7UU2.dpuf
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"If you want your polish to blend in, choose a shade that has the same undertone as your skin; if you want your polish to stand out, choose a shade that has the opposite undertone as your skin tone. Take red for example: If you have a warm undertone in your skin (olive, tan or yellow), choose a warmer red (yellow, orange or brown toned) if you want it to be subtle. If you want your red to be more dramatic, that same warm skin tone should choose a cool-toned red polish (pink, berry or blue based). Simple reverse the combinations if you have a cooler skin tone (blue, pink or neutral)."—Rebecca Isa, creative director of ZOYA