Good news, total dupes. The formula on both was very similar, but the Zoya is a couple bucks cheaper!
I used 2 coats of each polish for these photos. Can you tell them apart by looking at this first picture? I bet you can't!
For Spring 2011, Tracy Reese redefines favorite silhouettes and offers women simple yet sexy looks for effortlessly chic dressing. Reese took inspiration from the classic spirit of travel, evoking the pleasure of immersion in a new environment with a mellow 70’s influence. Distinctive details bring to life classic styles in a palette of white alabaster and nude with shades of blue and pops of orange for an exotic touch. Safari-inspired looks like lace-up bodice shifts and hot shorts in perforated faux-leather are contrasted against tribal details like wood and iridescent beads.
To complement the collection, Tracy Reese collaborated with Sally Hansen for the tenth consecutive season to create sexy, modern nail color shades, evoking the exoticism of the spring collection.
Coral FeverFirst KissSummer PlumEel SkinBarracudaMaltDelphinium
The seven shades in the limited-edition collection are made with Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure, an all-in-one formula that combines all the 5 steps of a professional salon manicure - a base coat, strengthener, growth treatment, rich color and top coat in a single multi-tasking polish.
On the runway Tracy debuts Wicked Bamboo, an exclusive nail design she created using Sally Hansen’s most advanced nail color technology, Salon Effects Real Nail Polish Strips. It’s real nail color with ten day wear and no drying time.