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Oya

Oya

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A must-have true red.
This shade is named after the African Goddess and she is the "Mother of Nine" in which she rules over the egun or dead. She is also known for the colors of maroon and flowery patterns. She is a fierce warrior who rides to war with Shango (sharing lightning and fire with him) and was once the wife of Ogun.

Our 8ml size is perfect for taking on trips for a touch-up or manicure, or trying out a new color! More than enough for 2-3 applications, depending on use.
Our nail lacquers are handmade in batches, there may be very slight variations in color due to the beauty of our handmade process.
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06/24/2020
Aziza L.
United States United States
So Beautiful

I absolutely love my new polish! The color is so pretty and the quality of the polish is unmatched. I will be making more purchases in the future for sure. The ordering process is easy and when there was a change in my order I was notified right away.

DM
02/23/2020
Donozziyae M.
United States United States
Heart eyes

Such a flattering, sexy red

JB
12/30/2019
Jaisa B.
United States United States
Love this color

You need at least 2-3 coats. but man oh man do my nails look amazing. I compared it to other red polishes. this just has true shine

SP
11/10/2019
Sharon P.
United States United States
Long lasting polish

The polish stands out from other brands.

M
07/06/2016
Mellissa
Oya

I am so pleased with this beautiful polish! This was my first indie brand purchase and it knocked me off my feet! Super smooth application, quick drying time and no bubbles in the finish. I've never been a fan of reds because they didn't go well with my skin tone, but I shine in this fiery shimmer. I'm glad Symantha took the time to fulfill the beauty wishes of the prismatic brown peoples.