First up is Office Polish-tics. This is a Gr-ue shade, a grey blue which is amazing on the nail. It was perfect in one coat, however out of "normality" I added a second coat, to see if there was any additional depth gained from doing this. The polish was very shiny, dried amazingly quick (although I did knock my little finger trying to wrestle the cat away from a piece of raw bacon which had dropped on the floor...) and very pigmented. So much so that I think it may be a good stamper. The picture below has no top coat.
Next up is Single and Ready to Limbo. This glossy red is a blue based red and actually a shade or two deeper than the picture below shows. This was also perfect in one coat, although I used two and left the top coat off for the pictures so the shine is all from the polish. The polish did get on my cuticles as I had a terrible shake at the time of application as I wasn't feeling well. It was only when editing I noticed the polish on the tip of my thumb.
As the two polishes were so pigmented I decided to add a stamp of Single and Ready to Limbo over Office Polish-tics. It stamped really well, shame my positioning was a bit wonky. The stamp design is from Cheeky mega plate A. This one is topcoated with Color Club top coat.
I have been sent these by NSI Nails, you can't actually buy them on-line unless you are a trade customer, however you can buy them by ringing NSI on their Free-phone number 0500131009, stating you are a customer buying for personal use, in which case they retail at £5.00 and I believe the postage is free for personal customers. If you want to see the range you can view them on the NSI website here.
The polishes I tried were both a generous size and so pigmented that they went on in one coat. I think that now I know I can get Misa within the UK I will probably start to add them to my collection.