I've fallen a little out of love with Zoya over the years, driven mainly by the year when they and OPI duped each other, and their price point in the UK, which is just way too prohibitive.
However, there's no denying that when Zoya get it right, they get it SO right, and Zoya Song is one of those legendary polishes for me, and probably my favourite blue polish. It's definitely one I would replace if I lost it.
It's such an amazing sapphire - rich, yet still bright, and all that amazing shimmer under the surface. The true genius of this polish is how it holds and refracts the light. Gorgeous.
Before I stamped, I added a coat of Black Cat Lacquer Bay Harbour Butcher, a polish I owned before I understood its name. It's a blue and black glitter, and you'll lol in a moment at how many of the black glitters ended up in the "holes" in the stamping pattern.
So, the stamping pattern is from Vivid Lacquer 034 and I used a silver polish to stamp with.
I'm somewhat agog that I managed to get each stamp straight - woah - and I love that it's an ace pattern, but which also allows the base to still demand some attention.