Thursday 30 July 2015

Cirque Colors Vice Collection Swatches and Review

Cirque Vice Collection

Today I've got the Vice collection for Summer 2015 from Cirque Colors to share with you - a collection of six limited edition ultra bright cremes plus a holographic top coat. There's also some nail art too, because this collection just screams gradient!

There's been a delay on this post because the polishes got stuck at customs for a while, but they made it in the end! I always get extra excited when a brand releases a collection of cremes, because even though glitters and flakies etc. are wonderful, cremes have my heart; Cirque truly make dream-cremes, as you'll know if you've tried any. Most of these shades can be applied in either 2 thick coats or 3 thinner coats, and they dry down to a semi-matte finish without top coat.

Miami-Dade is a light cyan blue creme. Dreamy formula, perfect in 2 thick coats or 3 thinner coats. I've used 2 plus top coat 

Cirque Miami Dade
Cirque Colors Miami-Dade

Nympho is a gorgeously bright, hot neon pink. Amazing formula, 2 coats plus top coat

Cirque Nympho
Cirque Colors Nympho

Vitamin D is a peachy, pastel neon creme. I knew I would adore this polish as soon as I saw the bottle! I used 3 thin coats plus top coat

Cirque Vitamin D
Cirque Colors Vitamin D

C.R.E.A.M is a pastel neon lime green. Um, this is the polish of my dreams. I think I'm in love. I used 3 thin coats plus top coat...I AM NEVER TAKING IT OFF. (....that was true until I needed to swatch the next colour) 

Cirque C.R.E.A.M
Cirque Colors C.R.E.A.M

Lean is a bright violet creme, with a hint of a red undertone (I think?) 2 coats plus top coat

Cirque Lean
Cirque Colors Lean

We Trippy is a holographic top coat with an extra oomph of sparkle. I had to use this in some nail art! I began with a white base (Cirque Memento Mori) and sponged on the vertical gradient with Nympho and Vitamin D. We Trippy glides on in one smooth coat!

Cirque We Trippy

Cirque We Trippy


Cirque We Trippy

Cirque Vice Collection

I am fully prepared to label this my collection of the Summer so far (and it will take some beating)! The colours are stunning, wonderful formulas and the inclusion of a holographic top coat is a great idea. They're gorgeous worn alone and work super well in nail art. Grab them while you can!

My picks: C.R.E.A.M, Vitamin D


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  1. They are gorgeous & you're swatches are divine. I am curious if they watermarble well. Have you heard of anyone trying that yet with these polishes?

    1. Yes, apparently they marble very well! I've seen a couple of really good ones! and thank you :)

  2. This collection is just way too beautiful!

  3. This is one of my fav collections this summer! They all look gorgeous on you! I'm so in love with your gradient topped with We Trippy! SO SO pretty!

    1. Vitamin D is amazingly beautiful. It seems to pop off the page.

  4. Why are your swatches always so gorgeous?!? You make me want the whole thing, gurl!
    Love, love, love We Trippy over that awesome gradient you did!

  5. Oooh, I LOVE Vitamin-D and We Trippy! Fantastic gradient too :)

  6. These colors are so outstanding...exactly the kinds of shades I like to wear in the summer! I love gradient you did under the holo top coat - that makes for a breathtaking mani!

  7. Oooo very pretty =] How do you get your pictures so close?

  8. Ahhh, there's so many ideas that seem to come from this collection, I love them! Your swatches are completely drool-worthy too!

  9. SOOOO good! I really love this set, the shades really inspire me somehow. They just work so well together!

  10. Great swatches!! I love that pretty blue!!! And your last mani is gorgeous!!!


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