Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Nails Talk: Cirque Tibetan Nights

Hello guys!

I'm finally back with another installment of Nails Talk. This particular polish that I'm going to share today has become one of my favourite brand and polish. All right, shall cut the chase and get started.

The particular polish that I'm going to talk about is Tibetan Night from Cirque. Here's some information about Cirque from their website:
Cirque is an artisanal line of hand-blended nail polish made in New York.  The name Cirque, meaning ring or circle, represents the color wheel and the endless color possibilities in the continuum. Creator, Annie Pham, sought to develop colors that transcend those of conventional brands by experimenting with unique pigments and raw materials.
Cirque nail polish is B3 free, which means it does not contain toluene, formaldehyde and dibutyl phthalate. Each bottle holds .45 oz / 13.2 ml of product and is hand-mixed by batch using high quality ingredients such as cosmetic-grade pigments and glitter.  Organic lavender and clary sage essential oils have been added to lend your hands a subtle scent after the polish dries. 
Tibetan Nights is a dark blue jelly polish with silver micro glitters and bar glitters. I'm a sucker for blue polishes and this certainly made my heart flutter when I first saw it.

Not words can describe the beauty of this polish and my love for it.


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I had on 3 coats of Tibetan Nights here. Even though it's a jelly polish, I must say that the coverage is pretty good and it's not as watery as other jelly polishes in the market. That said, those who do not have much time might be quite frustrated cause you will need to wait a few minutes before between layers.

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You can see that it has a very glossy finish as well. Unlike some other glitter polishes that are very top-coat hungry, Tibetan Nights didn't have any problem with that.


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I must also say that Cirque has one of the most amazing packaging among indie brands. Best part of it is that bottles are square bottles! Really prefer square bottles to round bottles especially there's space constraint.

Cirque polishes are available at Meimeisignatures. The last I checked, Tibetan Nights is currently out of stock but you can check out the colors from Cirque too.

If you are really interested in Tibetan Nights, you can try emailing Mei Mei to check if she will be restocking it. She's a really nice lady and pretty prompt when it comes to replying email.

That's all for today's Nails Talk and I hope you guys like to. Till the next Nails Talk, have a blessed day ahead!

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