Nov 18, 2014

Cirque Colors: The Live It Up Collection Part II

Hey everyone! For today's post, I have for you guys Cirque Colors new The Live It Up collection part II. Released on November 13, the collection consist of glitter toppers, two of which are limited edition (swatches and review here).  
When you do purchase these limited edition toppers, 20% of net proceeds from the sale of Holo-Day Cheer & 8 Crazy Nights will be donated to City Harvest: A food rescue organization dedicated to helping feed the nearly 1.5 million New Yorkers facing hunger.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, is a 3-free beauty indie brand specializing in hand-blended nail lacquers.With diverse colors, each of their polishes gives a unique touch and personality. Lets get to it:
One More Time- one of my faves. Is a glitter topper filled with black and white and holographic glitters. There's so many shapes in this polished from: stars, hexagons, on-bars and many more. the formula on this polish was very good and easy to apply. For the swatch, I created a black and white gradient, using Cirque Colors Memento Mori and Carpe Diem. Then layered one coat of One More Time, sealed with top coat.
I obviously couldn't help to recycle the gradient swatch, and add a snowflake charm from Daily Charme adding a wintery look to it! I completely love this look!
Let's Dance- is a metallic rainbow confetti glitter topper. It's like having pop of confetti on my fingers, such a fun glitter topper for the New Years. The application was smooth and enough glitters to apply with at least one coat. For the swatch I applied over one coat of Cirque Color Memento Mori.

The moment I saw the colorful confetti's I thought of the perfect design to do. I was inspired by flashing lights and thought to accent it with a golden stud.
 1999- is a beautiful soft white and holographic sliver glitter topper. It's such a light and airy topper with a wintery feel to it, perfect for December. The application was smooth and enough glitters to apply with at least one coat. For the swatch, I applied two coats of Diosa Grand Dame Queen Beast and one coat of 1999
There were two things I was inspired by: the name and the glitter. When I first saw the name on this polish, the first thought came to mind was Prince 1999 song, which is why I choose a purple shade base. I then freehand the snowflake and added a holographic glitter in the middle, for that wintery look.
I can't even explain how amazing the formula is, not at all gloppy or thick like some glitter toppers! There's enough glitters to apply in just one coat. They are now available for purchase on their site here for $13.00 each, well worth it!
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