is this gorgeous, luscious strawberry red holographic polish.
It is so gorgeous. I had to wear it for two weeks straight along with tomorrow’s color, Cirque Bejeweled.
Application was easy and quite frankly, a dream. It dried quickly. It was opaque in two coats. It’s a lovely delicious holo. It’s delightful. It’s de-lovely. I could go on, but I won’t. Sorry for my nerdly, dorky tendencies to sing Broadway show tunes. So glad no one is in my kitchen when I’m baking. I get my bake on to the Sound of Music. I’m not kidding.
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Cirque Vesuvius Macro, Sunlight
This macro makes me so happy because it really shows off the crazy holo goodness of this color.
Cirque Vesuvius – Shade
You can see tiny bits of holo peeking through, but not enough to fully make it stand out.
Cirque Vesuvius – Flash
With the flash, you can see a bit more of the holo coming into play. However, this holo needs some strong light to make it go bling-blang.
Cirque Vesuvius – Sunlight
This holo was very hard to capture because it was so strong that it drowned out the camera’s capabilities. In person, if this color could throw tongs of hot molten lava fire, it would. It’s that strong and it is that gorgeous.
I love holos, but sometimes I tend to get a bit burned out because everyone has them. However, while everyone has them it’s hard for people to make good
holos that make me want to own them. Cirque did that with Fascination Street
for me. There was something about that purple holo that made my heart go pitter-patter. Ever since I’ve been a huge fan of Cirque and Annie’s colors. I hope you are, too!
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