Confession: I love classic neutrals.
Sometimes I find myself resorting back to my old polish habits. I've always had an affinity for nail polish, but like many of you know I haven't always embraced my girliness. I am quite girly. So much so that traditionally I reach for pinks, reds, and French shades. While in college, if I somehow miraculously had time to do my nails, I gave myself a french manicure or just used a few coats of my favorite French manicure shade.
Last year I purchased what would become my first of many Zoya nail polishes. My first Zoya was Jane.
s Jane as "Very light warm, milky peach-pink with subtle orangey undertones in a sheer creme base." As you can see from the bottle, she is a very loved polish:)
She is beautiful. I have never worn Jane as a French manicure shade, I normally just paint 2-3 coats of her sheer creaminess onto my nails for a classic, timeless look. Perfect for work, every day wear, and especially special occasions such as weddings. Everyone should have a favorite sheer French shade, and I think that Jane is a must-have.
You can purchase Zoya Nail polish from their website for $8 each.
The following are some examples of nail art showcasing Jane with an opaque white polish: lace and chevron.