By the way, I keep wanting to type "Bela" with two "L"s so forgive me. Must be a Twilight thing...
|Yeah, I accidentally typed "Bella" instead of "Bela". Sorry.|
|Outdoor pick was truest to color.|
Silly sun didn't want to come out while I was wearing this but I did the best I could for you on these shots.
Baby bubble gum pink. This color is almost (but not quite) sheer. I'm using two coats in the above picture and you can tell I have VNL.What's remarkable was that my nails were long enough to HAVE VNL. Ha! But regardless of my dislike of pale pinks, I sort of ended up liking this one.
Like I said, this was on the sheer side. So you may need more than two coats to even it out. As it was, I still didn't get great coverage around the cuticle and nail tip area - I could be suffering from a little bit of Seche Vite shrinkage.
As usual, I used two coats over Qtica Nail Growth Stimulator and topped with Seche Vite. This color wears very well.
If baby pink's you're thing and you don't mind dealing with more coats then Bela may find a home in your collection. It's pretty, but the only special thing about it is that it was a nutty ballerina's go-to polish in one movie.
Zoya Nail Polish can be purchased for $8 a bottle from Zoya's Website.