They have my very most favorite bottle for a few reasons. The thing I love most about the bottle is the sound it makes when the handle taps against the glass when you reload the brush. It sounds like crystal wine glasses clinging together. When you hear that sound each time you dip the brush into the polish bottle it just screams quality. The bottle design is also spectacular. It has clean lines but still a subtle detailing around the bottom of the base. Pair this with the long tapered handle and it makes the design look ever so elegant, while also adding the benefit of control during use. I also love that the handle has has weight to it, as does the bottle itself. Misa did it right when they designed their bottles right down to the font they used for the lettering on the front. I am down right smitten with them.
As if the bottle was the only thing to love about Misa. Have you ever applied a Misa creme? I can't even explain it to you if you haven't. I wont do it justice. I love Misa polishes overall but their CREMES! OMG their cremes...Did I mention their cremes??? They are almost never two coaters. One coat almost always does it and the finish and dry time rival and IMO beat out the big dawgs such as RBL. let's just say they are a severely underrated brand to say the VERY FREAKING LEAST.
Here are a few samplings of gorgeous Misa cremes. These are all one coat and as always the long handle made the application effortless.
The whole point of this post wasn't to butter up Misa, it just kinda ended up that way by mistake. My original point was to tell you guys that I hauled Misa yesterday. Oh good lawd, did I ever haul. That is all.