Swatches | Holiday 2017 Collection by Cirque Colors

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Cirque Holiday 2017 Collection

Hey you guys, it’s that time of year again! Today I have a look at the Cirque Colors Holiday 2017 collection that is available for preorder now through November 17, 2017. I know I am extremely excited about the re-release of Coronation with this collection so be sure to sign up for restock notifications! Cirque is also giving away 5 full sets so be sure to enter that here. This collection was sent to me for review and I will jump right in!

CIPrimaBottle
Prima Donna shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

First up is Prima Donna, a new limited edition thermal that is described as a “temperature-sensitive metallic foil that changes to rose gold when cold and white gold when warm.” This polish has a gorgeous formula that is completely opaque in 1-2 coats and has a gorgeous delicate shift from rose gold to a super light peach! I had a good amount of shift even on my shorties! This polish does dry down matte but 1 coat of your favorite glossy topcoat brings out all the shimmer again!

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Prima Donna at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CIPrimaSun
Prima Donna at an angle in direct sunlight.

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CIRioBottle
Rioja shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Rioja, an undeniable top pick for me and best described as a “brilliant ruby red holographic.” This deep stunning red is a true red holographic and what I like to call a perfect speedboat red! It covers perfectly in 2 easy coats and I could just live in it for the rest of my natural life!

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Rioja at an angle under artificial lighting.
CiRioSun
Rioja at an angle in direct sunlight.

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CIWinterBottle
Winter Bloom shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Winter Bloom, a limited edition back for the holidays and best described as a “mint green with sparkling holographic flakes.” This polish has a stunning mint green jelly base with a ton of scattered holographic flakes and was completely opaque in 2 coats. Winter Bloom also has a really delicate purple shimmer that is supr subtle on the nail.

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Winter Bloom at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CIWinterSun
Winter Bloom at an angle in direct sunlight.

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CiHyBottle
Hygge shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 

This is Hygge, a limited edition polish that is described as a “sheer blue with a copper pearlescent sheen.” The copper pearl shimmer in this polish is gorgeously intense and so sweet on this light blue base! Hygge was completely opaque for me in 2 coats but you may need 3 depending on application.

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Hygge at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CiHySun
Hygge at an angle in direct sunlight.

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CIBlueBottle
Glacier Blue shown at 1 coat under artificial lighting.

Next up is Glacier Blue, a limited edition “temperature-sensitive metallic foil that changes to deep cornflower blue when cold and pale silver-blue when warm.” The formula on this thermal is amazing and I only need 1 careful coat for full opacity! Even at 1 coat this polish was still nice and temperature sensitive and showed up well even on my shorties!

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Glacier Blue at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CIBlueSun
Glacier Blue at an angle in direct sunlight.

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CIcORAbOTTLE
Coronation shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

Last up is the much awaited and lemming-ed Coronation! This polish is described as a “violet jelly with multi-dimensional shimmer” and although it is currently sold out it will be returning in December! Check out the page on the Cirque Colors website and scroll to the bottom to see the restock application, just enter your email address. I will try to update when it comes back in stock as well!

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Coronation at an angle under artificial lighting. 
CiCoraSun
Coronation at an angle in direct sunlight.

That is all for today, be sure to follow Cirque Color’s social media platforms to stay up to date on all new releases:

http://www.cirquecolors.com/

https://www.facebook.com/cirquecolors

https://www.instagram.com/cirquecolors/

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