Cirque French Roast is described on the site as “A sparkling bronze glitter polish that reflects gold and copper”.
That it does – and more! If you’re looking for a flashy and fun fall color, I think Cirque French Roast will fit the bill.
Super shiny and totally in need of top coat that can even out the glitter. I know some people use Gelous before topping with a top coat, while others swear by Seche Vite. I, however, did neither of those.
I have some of Lynnderella’s Glitter Tamer and I’m a bit peeved. While Glitter Tamer did totally flatten and tame the glitter of this polish, there was an odd lavender/purple tinge to this when it should’ve been clear. It actually changes the color of the polish, so much so I decided to only use it on one nail. I had noticed it before in Glitter Tamer, but was usually able to overlook it. Not this time around. Look at the pics below to see what I mean.
Before you do, let me say a few things about Cirque French Roast – this is an absolutely gorgeous color that can be worn alone or layered on top of a darker color. I used three coats and it was opaque and quick drying. That took me by surprise because sometimes glitters can take forever and a day to dry. Not this one!
Come and see the prettiness…and what Lynnderella’s Glitter Tamer did to the color – can you spot it? If not, there is a pic. 🙂
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See the purple/lavender tinge on my pinkie, which is to the far left? Yea, exactly. No, thanks, Glitter Tamer! You don’t get to ruin the other fingers for me.