Hi loves! Today I have a very pretty collection to introduce to you: the brand new, not yet released, Cirque Heritage collection! This 7 piece set will be released April 10 on www.cirquecolors.com. The inspiration for this collection came from the native cultures of America and these vibrant holographic lacquers were the result of it! They celebrate the richly spirited traditions and arts of these indigenous groups.
The formula was almost the same on all of these, some a bit thinner compared to others but all opaque in 2 coats, except for Panacea which required 3 coats. All swatches are over a base of Duri Rejuvacote and topped with Essence Better Than Gel Top Sealer.
I really enjoyed all of these and they look perfect for summer! The standouts for me are Sani, because of the combination of the foil and holographic finish, Sky Woman because I adore shades like this and Xochitl because purples like these normally don't really appeal to me, but this one really drew in.
The brush in Cirque bottles is round and makes for very easy application, I barely had any clean up to do on these swatches. What I also love is the packaging, each polish comes in a box and it just feels so luxurious!
Ready to take a look?
Cirque Cerrillos is a vivid turquoise with a rainbow holographic finish. I really love turquoise shades so this is a win for me :-).
Cirque Luminous Owl is an homage to iconic printmaker, Kenojuak Ashevak; a warm coral with a rainbow holographic finish. Very soft yet colorful, perfect for the office.
Cirque Panacea is a flashy chartreuse with a rainbow holographic finish. This one needed 3 coats and it is BRIGHT!
Cirque Powwow is an electric fuchsia with a rainbow holographic finish. Slightly brighter in real life, pinks are hard to capture for me.
Cirque Sani is the first-known Navajo silversmith; a silver foil with a rainbow holographic finish. I was really surprised with the foil finish! Makes it more special among the "regular" silver holographics. Very sparkly!
Cirque Sky Woman is a deep periwinkle with a rainbow holographic finish. Yes, I love periwinkle ♥!
Cirque Xochitl is named after the Aztec word meaning "flower"; a radiant orchid with a rainbow holographic finish. Right on trend! This one is more purple than orchid to me, but still gorgeous :-).
That's it, all 7 gorgeous shades in the Cirque Heritage collection! What do you think of it? And which shade is your favorite? I'd love to hear from you!
Cirque Colors is sold through their own website. Each shade from the Cirque Heritage collection retails for $13, worldwide shipping available. There are also various stockists selling Cirque polishes so be sure to check if you can shop more locally, too.