Why? Because Cirque Hellebore is really opaque in one coat, but I did two. It dries quickly. It really sparkles and shines. I mean really sparkles and shines. I sometimes think other glitters wish they could carry the Cirque name/logo, if only to be seen as something special because Cirque’s glitters really are something special. I know that Cirque has won me over with every single bottle I’ve purchased as well as the stellar customer service. If you haven’t purchased anything from Cirque, go do it! If you love blinding glitters, this is it. This is your thing.
This is layered over Jindie Nails’ Blue Ivy, which I featured yesterday.
Cirque Hellebore totally eclipsed the beauty of Blue Ivy, but BI was a great base to play up the green glitter.
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Understated nail macro, but once you see the original size, you see the true beauty of this glitter.
Glitter couldn’t shine – it hid! But you can see it sort of peeking through in the bottom left hand corner of the swatch.
The flash doesn’t really show the true beauty of the glitter.
The shot is slightly blurred to show the stunning shininess of the glitter. This really sparkles and shines in the sun – it’s actually quite bright and that was hard to capture.
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