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No-Miss Key West Silver

Hey y’all! Today I have another shade from No-Miss. This one’s a little tricky because while the color falls under the metallic category, this looks like a frost in a quick glance. Here’s No-Miss Key West Silver.

No-Miss Key West Silver

Key West Silver is a white silver metallic shade. Because of how bright or “white” this silver shade is, it actually can be easily mistaken for a frost. Formula is good and it dries pretty fast. As with some metallic shades, you can see streak lines when the shade is applied on the nail (probably why some immediately thought it was a frost). Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

No-Miss Key West Silver (in shade)

No-Miss Key West Silver (direct sunlight)

No-Miss Key West Silver (close-up)

No-Miss products can be purchased on their website and various retail locations that carry the brand.

*Products in this review have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


2 responses

  1. Juana Hull

    I think most of us use the term “shimmer” to mean a gold, silver or even multi-colored metallic addition to a base color, making it different from a creme, in that a creme shade is entirely one single color. In this list, I’ve tried to differentiate between the various kinds of “shimmer”, since it seems that nail polish has come a long way and colors are becoming more complex and unique!

    June 14, 2013 at 3:09 AM

    • I know! They have so many categories and sometimes some overlaps!

      June 25, 2013 at 10:18 AM

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