No-Miss Comet

Update: So I'm a dork and didn't double check the name of this polish. My label was cut off - the color is called Comet, not "Omet". Thank you Gwenn for letting me know!

I was first introduced to No-Miss Cosmetics while at Cosmoprof North America back in August.  This family run company from Florida is all natural, big 3 free, fast drying, chip resistant, UV inhibitor and non-yellowing (and a few more things too).  They have over 170 colors, including every glitter combination you can think of... they do not discontinue colors.  In fact, if you have a color combination that you're looking for (Prom, a wedding, for fun), I was told "Call us, we'll make it for you."  (We talked a bit about making a dupe for Essie Starry Starry Night.)  

At the end of the convention, I received several colors of my choice (and a few of their all natural eye shadows too!) so today I wanted to show Comet, a lavender and blue small hexagonal glitter in a light creme base.  I thought it would go well over Zoya Shay but that wasn't quite the case.  This is one coat of Comet.

Yeah - not that awesome.  It almost takes on a yellow look over this base and with straight sun.  I was hoping shade would be better.

Okay, yes - much better.  You can see how there is some lavender and then some blue in there.  Beautiful polish, just not so much over a nude.

Indoors with flash - yeah - terrible.  This color just doesn't like a nude under it.  So what's the best next thing?  

Black!  This is one coat of nubar Black which has a rubber matte finish so I added a coat of Seche Vite before Comet.  This is 2 coats of Comet followed by a top coat of Seche Vite.

NOW check it indoors.  I'm in love.  I'm such a sucker for blues and violets.  Definitely love.  Removal was super easy - no scrubbing at all which I'm used to with glitters.

No-Miss can be found in several health food stores like Whole Foods or purchased on their website for $7.95.  You can follow No-Miss on Twitter or like them on Facebook as well.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.