Below: One coat of Misa's Candy Girl gives this a totally different look. Candy Girl is a sheer pink with holographic shimmer.
I've been stalking Misa's web site wishing and wondering when they would be coming out with something new, so I gave them a call and have good news! The representative I spoke with said yes indeed, they are coming out with a Spring collection. She commented that "actually, we're coming out with quite a few new ones." She said they were having some vendor issues with the caps, and that quality is very important to them. I can certainly appreciate that, so just knowing they're coming, makes me happy. She said to keep checking the web site and they should be up in the next week or two.
In anticipation of the new Misa's, I thought I would show you a couple of their older ones today. Pour Me Something Tall & Strong--Alan Jackson probably had no idea how many nail polish colors he would influence with that song!--is from the Look on the Bright collection released in 2008. It's a neon that applies unlike any other neon I have. And that is a good thing. The first coat is very thin and watery, but a second coat erases any doubt you may have about how the finish will turn out. The formula is a bit thin, but that is actually an advantage in this case. It dries to a semi matte finish, and I did not use a top coat. I did however, top it off with Misa's Candy Girl, which is a very sheer, almost clear shade filled with tiny holographic shimmer. It is very pretty on it's own if you don't mind the sheerness. The holographic properties are quite strong in this shade, reflecting mainly blues, pinks and violets. If you don't have any polishes from this line, you're missing out on a top quality formula with a range of colors and finishes that are for the most part, extremely unique. So keep stalking their site and hopefully they'll show up soon. Who else is excited about the new Misa's?