Misa Nail Lacquer in It Girl, swatch

Misa — It Girl (Nail Lacquer) Swatch & Review

Collection: Misa 2012 Winter, High Society

I know we’re in the middle of spring now, and heading into sunny days—up here in the northern hemisphere, anyway—but Guerlain Black Perfecto got me in the mood for vampies.

I picked up this Misa in my recent NailSupplies.us haul. It’s from a Winter 2012 collection full of vampy shades—I should really pick up a few more!

It Girl (296) is Misa’s version of the classic vampy, browned-burgundy cream (think Chanel Rouge Noir, Essie Wicked, Orly Naughty, and Revlon Vixen). I’ll have to do a swatch comparison one of these days, but for now, I’ll just say that It Girl compares quite well with the aforementioned classics. It strikes a fine balance between red, brown and purple, and is as deep and sultry as you can get without looking plain black.

Misa Nail Lacquer in It Girl

Application is not too shabby: two coats covers pretty much perfectly. This is fairly unique as some of the other similar vampies require three coats. I think I still slightly prefer the smoother application of Wicked and Naughty, but It Girl holds up well and I love the well-balanced color. It dries to a nice, glossy finish. If you don’t already have a similar shade, this Misa is a perfectly good option.

Misa Nail Lacquer in It Girl, swatch

Misa Nail Lacquer in It Girl, label

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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.

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