Monday, September 12, 2011

New Brand: Misslyn

The last time I went shopping in Müller store, I saw a huge display of make up by a completely new brand called Misslyn. I didn't buy anything, because I had no idea of the quality - besided, I had a lot to choose from the Essence and Catrice stand.

Misslyn offers 75 different nail polish shades. Here are a few of my favorites. You can see a complete range on their website - CLICK.

I'm tempted to try them... I think the price is a little below 5€. We shall see.

What do you think of these?

*The images are a property of Misslyn.

Thanks for looking and commenting!

23 comments:

  1. Uuuuu Las Vegas reminds me a lot to Milani - dotcom. I have this polish, so, if they are really close each other, I absolutely advice you to go there and hug the polish and start a new life together! XD

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  2. @gnoma: I have Dot Com. XD Yeah, I know. It's a crime I didn't show it yet.

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  3. I also look at the stand with Misslyn every time I'm in Müller.. Silent Lagoon and Las Vegas catch my eyes more than all others :) Somehow I neither have any idea about the quality (even German bloggers of whom I read a lot don't post much about it), and giving out 5Eur per polish without being sure.. well, not my option. But still tempting :)

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  4. They look really nice. I love the shape of the bottles, too.

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  5. I have two Misslyn nail polish a few years ago and the truth is that if they have not changed the formula, are good nail polish. The truth is that Las Vegas is tempting hehe

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  6. I've never seen this brand around here before but their shades look really lovely. I really like Silent Lagoon and Las Vegas from the ones above :)

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  7. I'm not impressed with the eyeshadows, but I would probably buy their false lashes... and the lipstick colors look nice =) I had a good laugh about the mascara application tool, after the mess I made this morning, I definately should but that crap xD

    and the polishes are NIIICE! I want Tiger's eye and copper twist O.o

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  8. I saw a couple of very nice nail polish and eyeliner shades, but I didn't buy anything yet, because I'll be going to Germany in a couple of weeks and I know I'll get these products cheaper there. In any case, I am glad we got a new and interesting looking brand (they even sell fake eyelashes!) in Slovenia.

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  9. I remember Misslyn from my childhood, but it somehow dissappeared from the face of earth. Now, this month, the Spanish edition of Glamour magazine came with a freebie, a Misslyn blusher in 4 different colours.
    I got a feeling it's a Spanish brand (not available here in stores, though). My blusher -in the shade 203- is made in Spain by Nelia Internacional Cosméticos, S.L., a company with headquarters in Barcelona.
    There used to be a Nelia shower gel ages ago. Don't know if these two are related.

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  10. The packaging of the Glamour freebie blusher is different from the one that appears on their corporate website, though.

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  11. @ritterbraten: I found some swatches on the internet and they're supposed to be a good quality polishes. I'll try to get some next time I see it. =) It is tempting.

    @Nanethiel: I don't care much about their eyeshadows either. And that mascara tool looks like a torture device. ;)

    @Sana: You think they'll be cheaper there? I don't know how that's possible with the standards... It's just weird, the country we live in. *sigh*

    @marox79: And I think it's a totally new brand. =D As I read on the internet, Misslyn is a brand that belongs to ArtDeco (german cosmetics brand).

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  12. Misslyn isn't a new brand, they just got a facelift.

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  13. @Anonymous: It is new in our stores.

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  14. I can see Las Vegas in my future!

    They look great, Thanks for the heads up ;)

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  15. I know they will be cheaper there. All make up is cheaper there (I know, because I read German blogs and have a few friends from Germany). It's totally illogical, since Germans have higher salaries than us, but that's what you get when you live in our little country :/

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  16. @CherrySue: The more I look at them, the more I think I might have to get some. =) Las Vegas looks great, I agree.

    @Sana: That just sucks! Essence is cheaper in Austria and Germany, hell, it's even cheaper in the US. I really dislike living in Slovenia (if we count out the gorgeous landscape).

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  17. Wow, they have some great looking colors! Black Petrol looks really awesome, too.
    Also, if you find yourself wearing it anytime soon, I would just *love* to see Milani Dot Com! :) I've heard great things but can't tell how it really looks. ♥

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  18. @Nihrida: It appears Misslyn had a facelift, then. And changed hands too, probably.
    There are no displays for those here, or at least not yet.
    I've seen swatches of some of their polishes in German blogs, I think Chikarina and Samira from Kunterbuntes aus meinem Alltag have some.

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  19. Ooooh!!! Gorgeous colors! Thanks for sharing

    Xoxox

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  20. Pretty polish shades. Never heard of this brand. Another brand I wouldn't have heard of if I didn't read a blog! Thanks. Real Khaki is my favorite. Love my greens. Las Vegas is a spectacular shade also. Like the shimmer in it.

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  21. Aaah, that's mean. There are some very pretty shades and I'm very tempted to get some of them since the shopfinder told me they're available in my city. Mean.

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