I discovered No Miss about three years ago, I don’t even remember how at this point, but I do remember it was love at first sight.
No Miss offers healthy cosmetics, based on natural ingredients. You can get nail polishes without D&C dyes, and they are 4-free (the fourth being no camphor!). But that’s not even the main reason I love them. They name all their polishes after places in Florida, and for such a healthy line of polish, they offer amazing colors! It’s one of the few brands I feel an emotional connection to (I used to live in Florida, and they have a polish named after my town – Tamarac Tangerine! I love it because, who has ever heard of Tamarac?!).
Here’s a couple more nail wheel shots for you – check out these glitters:
If you haven’t seen a No Miss glitter, you have to visit their website to learn more. Here’s a link to my Stash Attack! post about Tamarac Tangerine and the glitter Fiesta.
It was exciting to meet the faces behind the family-owned brand last year at Cosmoprof, and it was like seeing old friends at this year’s show (held in Las Vegas, July 22-24).
This year, No Miss was showcasing its new, larger sized Lip Healer:
And they also introduced a new line of nail polish, based on the formula of their nail hardener, Ba-boo! The line, which isn’t quite done yet, will have 30 polishes to start. It will be up on the website as soon as it’s ready for primetime:
And here’s a shot of Ba-boo, which is their star product and has diamond dust in its formula:
I’ll be offering a review of Ba-boo in the coming weeks, as well as the new nail polish line.
I promised Milana, one of the family members behind the brand, that I would show her what a jelly sammich is, so Milana, behold, this is: one Ba-boo Coco Beach Coconut, followed by one coat of Lynderella Change, followed by one coat of Coco, followed by one coat of Change, finished with one more coat of Coco. It’s a little thick and not perfect but here you go:
Ta-da! Jelly sammy!
So what do you think of No Miss? Have you heard of the brand? Have you tried it? Share your thoughts below!
Disclaimer: The Ba-boo polish used in the jelly sammich was provided to me for review by the PR Firm/Manufacturer/e-tailer. Please visit my Disclosure tab for more information on how BeautyJudy.com keeps it real!