Cirque’s sophomore release, Objet d’Art, consists of 11 opulent colors that exude luxury and decadence. Inspired by works of art, such as Hirst’s “For the Love of God” and McQueen’s “Savage Beauty” exhibition, the collection features a multitude of finishes from vibrant micro glitters to sparkling neutrals, all suited to creating an art piece on one’s own canvas.
Hellebore A dazzling spring green glitter polish with sparks of pink and fuchsia
Galinda A mythical glitter polish with multi-sized pearl white glitter
Book of Shadows A silver-lavender with a shimmery foil finish
XX A rainbow glitter polish made with 20 different types of holographic particles (best layered over other colors)
Au Cirque Online Exclusive: 23K gold leaf polish
Cypress A rich metallic copper polish with a rainbow holographic finish
Lapis A sapphire blue glitter polish with silver sparks
Planet Caravan A sparkly dark purple that shifts to orange and gold at different angles
Lonesome George A jewel-toned green polish with a rainbow holographic finish
Curiosity A bright cherry red with gold flecks and shimmer
Cape Liz A moody light blue with multi-dimensional shimmer
The Objet d’Art collection will be available online at www.cirquecolors.com starting November 16, 2012. Prices range from $13-28. For other retailers, please check the “Stockists” page of the website.
Creator, Annie Pham, sought to develop nail polish colors that transcend those of conventional brands. By experimenting with unique pigments and raw materials, a distinctive handcrafted product was born. Cirque products are 3-free, which means it does not contain the toxic trio of toluene, formaldehyde and dibutyl phthalate. They are also scented with lavender and clary sage essential oils to lend hands a subtle scent as the polish dries.