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Jana by Zoya can be best described as a medium nude putty creme with grey, mauve and purple tones. Definitely not your plain old nude, this one's edgy but still appropriate.
Finish - Cream
Intensity - 5 (1 = Sheer - 5 = Opaque)
Tone - Cool
For Best Results
Step 1: Clean the nail plate with Remove Plus ( Remove ) nail polish remover and nail plate cleaner
Step 2: Choose and apply the right base coat: Zoya Anchor for regular healthy nails or Zoya GetEven for nails with ridges
Step 3: Apply 2 coats of your favorite Zoya Nail Polish Color
Step 4: Apply a coat of Zoya Armor Top Coat
Step 5: Drop one drop of Zoya Fast Drops to the base of your nail bed
Following these 5 steps guarantees up to 14 days of wear on natural nails.
Not too dark nor too light, with a slight milky-ness to add interest to the color. And it is yet another One Coat Wonder from Zoya. Fully opaque in one coat, I didn`t even bother with a second coat.
The color is more gray than it looks on the Internet and in the bottle, but is applies perfectly and I do like it.
I have to agree that this polish does not look like the bottle, but it is different from Petra and Kelly. It`s like a light version of Petra and a little more appropriate for a conservative work environment. My best description is that dried Jana is very similar in color to Petra in the bottle, Check out that image and it will be more accurate with respect to what you can expect from dry Jana. Still, it`s beautiful and I love it. Just don`t expect pinkish - it`s not at all. The only reason I gave 4 stars is b/c the pics are a bit misleading. The color is great.
I LOVE this color! I would agree with the other reviewers who comment that is more of a grey polish than a pink color, but that`s exactly what I was hoping for. This color looks fabulous on fair skin. I couldn`t stop admiring it once I had it on.
This color is almost exactly Petra. Looking at the bottle, it looks like the most perfect shade. It looks like no OTHER shade in the range. But going on, it`s Petra. Or even Kelly, but it definitely isn`t as described. I carry every single shade Zoya makes in my salons and this is very frustrating.
Just applied two coats of Jana to my nails and I`m in love! Cannot stop looking at this beautiful color that compliments my light skin tone so well. It is the perfect smokey mauve with gray. It might dry darker than shown on the bottle image, but still does not disappoint. You knocked this one out of the park, Zoya. LOVE your products.
I thought this would be sort of a dusty mauve or lilac, but this color is neither. It`s much more gray than I expected. I put it on my fingernails once and it didn`t look very good so I took it off. I`ve worn it on my toes, but it just isn`t very pretty.
I would have rated this polish a 5/5 if the color on the website more accurate depicted the true color of Jana. While it came out darker than I had anticipated, I am in love with the color and it goes well with my fair skin. Great coverage with 2 coats.
I loved this color online and called and spoke to an agent, who described it also as what appears on the color spoon and photo online. Good thing I went and tried it on at the store. It is nothing at all like the photo of the swatch or color spoon. I totally think they must have filled the bottles wrong, or labeled them wrong, after reading everyone else`s comments about having the same issue. Much darker and purplish in real life, like the Petra photo (Petra in real life is darker too, but not as different than the online photo).
I think Zoya needs to do some quality control on this one and see what went wrong.
Just got the Smoke & Mirrors collection last week and Jana was the first color to sell out followed by Petra & Jem. Why are you backordered on this shade????? I have a line of customers waiting to buy it.
espcially with two coats, but still very beautiful. Looks more brown upon application, but the mauve tones really come out once dry. I usually wear very pale tones on my fingers, so this is a departure, but that`s exactly what I`m looking for this fall. It will look especially stunning against my charcoal grey clothes.
I have to agree with the other reviewer that the Jana I received is nothing like what is pictured on my monitor, on the model for the Smoke and Mirrors line, or in the Zoya printed color guide. What I received is a lovely color, but dark and grey. Nothing pink, nude or beige about it-- its more inky wet cement in color than "medium nude putty cream with grey, mauve and purple tones." I contacted customer service and sent pics-- they claim what I received is indeed Jana, but in person it looks much more like Petra (both how Petra looks online, and in the color guide) as well as fits the description of Petra. Again, the color is nice, but nowhere near what was expected. And yes I know Zoya now sells color spoons to help prevent this very situation, but this one is way off!
This color is much darker and more purple in real life than it appears. It is very much like Petra...so much so, wonder if they got the wrong name on the bottle. Disappointed that it is not as appears, would still like to find that color....
It is a pretty color however, but it is anything but "nude".
Bought this color hoping it would be more pinky like the color appeared on my monitor. I know it`s not supposed to be an exact match, but the color I received is not even close! It looks exactly like Petra. Not thrilled with the color but giving it two stars because of the excellent formula.