Today’s polish is from Misa, one of my fave polish brands, but I’ve been remiss in reviewing them! I picked up a bunch of Misas late last year, so that should spur me on in posting more Misa swatches these days.
All the polishes in Misa’s 2014 Summer collection are named for amusement park rides. Tumble Bug, named for this ride, is a bright, lemon pudding-yellow cream.
Normally, Misa is one of my very favorite formulas, but, like many other light yellow shades, Tumble Bug needed either two thick coats or three thinner ones (what I did) for even coverage. The pigmentation is nice, though, and if you like yellows, you’ll probably like this one for its creaminess without looking too pastel or too mustard-y. It’s a very clean yellow, with no touches of orange or green.
Personally, I’m always attracted to yellow polishes, even though many look like hell on me. I think this Misa works, though!
Misa Nail Lacquer is 0.5 fl oz / 15 mL and retails for US$7.50. It is free of toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, camphor, and dibutyl phtalate (DBP). Misa Cosmetics is cruelty-free and vegan. The products are all final-assembled in the USA.
Misa Cosmetics was started as, and remains, a family-owned business. It is headquartered in Folcroft, PA, USA.