Thursday, January 10, 2013

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China Glaze - Running in Circles

This was the only polish from the China Glaze Cirque du Soleil collection that purchased - aren't I a good restrained little nail polish addict!  

After seeing many swatches of this I knew I was going to love it, and I really love it when you build something up to be totally awesome in your head, then it still meets or exceeds your expectations.

This is two coats of Running in Circles topped with a coat of Seche Vite.  The green glass fleck sparks in this look like they have some gold mixed in, but when I checked my macro shot, they were all green.  My macro shot of this one is a lot closer than usual, because I was totally in awe of the little green shards.  It's like someone blew up the emerald city and these tiny fragments are all that is left.


  1. The Cirque du Soleil collection is one of my favorites. This green polish is not an exception!

  2. Must get this soon, it's the only one that attracted me as well, so special

  3. O_O That macro shot. Super pretty! If I didn't already have an almost-identical glass fleck, I'd pick this one up asap!

  4. WOW is the right word for this. What an amazing green! And that macro shot. <3

  5. Ooooh, I think I'm going to swoon! :D

  6. I love Running In Circles! If I could only choose one from the collection I'd choose this. Gorgeous swatch! :)

  7. I keep doubting to get this one... the macro shot is perfection!

  8. As soon as I saw your post, I knew I HAD to have this polish. As soon as it arrived I put it on and LOVED it instantly. But as usual, I wanted to experiment with it, so I added a gradient using China Glaze Blue Years Eve and.... WHOA! They say you should never wear blue and green together..... what the heck do they know.... it looks AWESOME!


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