This week, an early Christmas present arrived in the form of 7 bottles of polish from Cirque Colors. This is an artisanal line of polishes by Annie Pham, whom lives in New York City. Cirque nail polish is B3 Free, which means it does not contain toluene, formaldehyde, and dibutyl phthalate. The polishes came expertly packaged and along side the brand’s collateral materials (postcard and business card). It is obvious that the creator spent a long time developing the line.
The first polish is called Cape Liz. It is a light to medium blue grey with the consistency of a jelly polish. It has loads of multi-color micro shimmer which is mostly noticeable in the light. I achieved full coverage with three coats. This polish was a really perfect base for XX, a multi-color holographic glitter polish.
XX is stunning, and I really hope the macro shot conveys just how packed the bottle is with glitter. The holographic glitter size ranges from small to large in the shape of hexes and squares. It also has finer holo glitters throughout. The colors range from pink,blue, and yellow. This topper is perfect for day or night. Both polishes are from the Objet d’Art Collection.
The prices range from $13 to $42 for a special edition polish that comes with a ring. You can purchase Cirque Colors at her website, www.cirquecolors.com.
Lisa McKinley is a graphic designer by day, and a polish enthusiast by night. At last count, her impressive collection of luxury and indie label lacquers surpassed the 300 mark.
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