"Zulu", just like "Mash", was re-released with NARS "Vintage Nail Polish Collection" in late 2010. I heard so many story about how awesome "Zulu" was - it was a real legend around nail polish addicts - that I couldn't resist getting my own bottle when it was finally available again.
& what can I say: It's love!
I have a dear friend who loves jelly finishes & to be honest, I never quite understood what's so great about jellies. They tend to get lighter at the tips of the nails, especially on longer nails, & I always thought it looks as if I already had tipwear when I had barely applied the polish.
But the minute I applied "Zulu" the magic began to work *lol* It's so vibrant & superglossy, you simply have to see it in real life to fully understand what I'm talking about, I guess.
It's a very dark green, almost bordering on black, but to me it's still visibly green. (Knowing that it's supposed to be green not black surely helps ;-D)
I've other dark greens like Chelsea "Psycho Green" or OPI "Here Today, Aragon Tomorrow" but they lack the quirkiness & that special something - I just don't love them the same way that I love my little bottle of "Zulu".
It only took 2 coats to get complete opacity which is pretty rare with jellies. Normally it takes at least 3, if not even 4 coats, to get them opaque. Dryingtime was great, too, about 10 minutes with Poshe fast drying topcoat.
Yes, I switched from my beloved Seche Vite to Poshe & I can't detect a difference. Poshe is B3F which is a big plus in my book, so I'm really happy I like it so much.