Hello Lovely Ladies,
This post is pre-scheduled as my family and I are in Niagara Falls for a mini-getaway.
Today’s feature polish, Cirque Never Nude comes with an “acquisition” story, I hope you read on 🙂
A little while back, Katie from Harlow & Co asked me to review a few Cirque shades, that she added to her stock (see the review post here). When it comes to review products, I am happy to receive the sender’s sellection, but Katie gave me the choice of shades this time. So I picked two ‘my-style’ shades and two shades that I thought were a little ‘different’ for me. Katie personally dropped the Cirque shades off at my house (as she was in London), and as she handed me the review shades I gasped in awe at the color on HER nails!
(two coats, no topcoat)
Katie proceeded to tell me that she was wearing Cirque Never Nude (a polish that she was certain I would pick for review)… Well, it was love at first sight, and with four gorgeous Cirque shades to keep me occupied, I waited for the inventory to show up on Harlow & Co and pounced to purchase Never Nude. My first nail polish purchase of this year! AND I COULDN’T BE HAPPIER WITH IT.
Never Nude is a champagne nude strong linear holo. It wears like a champagne-gold shade and the holo effect makes it look silver and copper in some lights. It is MAGNIFICENT. ‘nough said 😉
For the accent nails I used Cult Nails Tempest with Gals Plate GA35 and China Glaze Hi-Tek. I showed a photo of this manicure on Instagram HERE, and a few of you thought the stamping was done with Never Nude… please note that it was actually done with Hi-Tek and dotted here and there with Never Nude.
* just a side note, Cult Nails Tempest is a very fast drying white. By the time I painted the holo nails, Tempest was dry enough to stamp – BONUS *
You can get your bottle of Never Nude from Harlow & Co HERE!
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While I don’t wear holographic shades often, when I do, I’m a sucker for light/soft holo shades especially warm-toned ones like this one.
Are you a holo fan? What shades do you like your holos to be?
THANK YOU FOR READING!