If you follow me in Instagram, you will know that I recently bought three nail polishes from Miss Nails. I have been eyeing them since I saw them regularly in the feed of @justadelhigirl. I got a matte, a effects and a Hi-Gloss ones. I also posted the nail art I created with them on 9th July in my Instagram page. So it has been two weeks I am wearing them, and so here is my review of these nail polishes. I got them during the offer of buy 2 get 1 free; so my final bill was Rs. 323 with flat shipping rate of Rs. 25.
But first, a picture of how I am using the thermocol packaging box the polishes came in 😀😀😀😀
Now let’s get on with the reviews.
Miss Nails Hi-Gloss Polish: Lady Luck
It is a pretty pink color with a shine. The name of the shade is written on the side, above the bar code.
The opposite side had all the social accounts. It is same for all three.
The back side is same for all; it declares the five harmful items the polishes do not have along with company details.
The bottom has the manufacturing date. It however did not have any best before date!
The nail polish was very thin and free flowing. It is hardly visible on the applicator if you just dip and open it. Also it needed about 4 coats to become opaque. It also took a lot of time to dry. However, it lasted well. There was no chirping even when my nail broke. And it is still shiny after two weeks.
Miss Nails Effect polish: Too Silver
The look and size of this polish was same as the Gloss. The color is silver with little silver glitters in it. On the website, it is under the category sparkling sugar.
The name is written on the side as the Gloss, but it also mentions the expiry date, which is 3 years. However, the manufacturing date is missing in the bottom. Also, the bottle was very hard to open; I had to use my teeth to open it, damaging the handle!!
This one is my favorite of the three. I thought it was a top coat when I bought it, but it surprised me by being thick and saturated enough to become opaque in one coat. There was no fallout, even after two weeks. And it still feels little textured when I rub my finger over my nail. It also has not chipped at all. The polish is quite thick unlike others of this type and so spreads very easily on nails. And it dried quite fast as well.
Miss Nails Matte Polish: Choco Loco
The matte polish is mauvish nude in color. Everything is the same as the other two, only this one has both manufacturing date and expiry date!!
The polish turned matte the moment it touched my nails. It is almost opaque in one coat, but for the color to come out good, you need two. It seems to dry up instantly, but can be damaged if you press it. Still, it dried up completely quite fast. Among the three, this has chipped the most in two weeks, but in one nail only. The other nail is fine, even when the nail broke.
For 149 Rs, these polishes are a great bargain. The mattes are definitely better than the Gloss. Size wise, they are more economical than Stay Quirky ones that are about 6 ml and around same price range; but Miss Nails triumph over them because you are getting 10 ml. Which is why I will rate them over both Sugar polishes as well as Nykaa ones because though they provide similar result but are costlier. Another great thing about the polish is that, it promises not to leave yellow nails behind! And it didn’t! After removing the polishes (I used the nail wipes from Dabur NewU nail polish remover pads) none of them looked yellow! The Hi gloss one was easiest to remove and the effect one the hardest because of the texture, but one wipe removed everything. You may have difficulty removing the effect polish (the variant was sparkling sugar) with a cotton ball because it will stick to the little glitter particles. And the particles do tend to spread on the sides when you are removing it.
As for cons, I did not like was their information sharing in bottles; some had more information than others. It should be same, in my opinion. Secondly, it is not easily available online. Only Amazon seems to stock it, but very few colors are available. Also the bottles look different. So the best option is to buy from their website.
In conclusion, if you are a nail polish hoarder like me, do check them out. They have some great colors; but if I am buying again, I will be going for the matte ones because they have better color range.
Hope you like the review. Do tell if you have used this brand and what your experience was.