Hello, hello! Happy Tuesday! I've got swatches from one of my all time favorite brands today - Cirque Colors! These 6 shades are the next installment of their popular creme polishes, the Metropolis Collection. I can honestly say that the Metropolis collection as a whole is one of the best selection of polishes I've seen. I'm a die hard fan of creme finishes and I feel like Annie does an incredible job each month curating new and exciting shades.
So let's take a look at the polishes that were apart of the tail end of last year's collection!
Bond St is a deliciously deep magenta creme that leans almost plum in certain light. It has a really nice formula and just needed 2 coats for these photos.
Cosmopolitan is a pale orchid creme and while it is a nice feminine shade, it still feels very empowered and strong. Another great formula, 3 coats.
Fast Fashion is a nude creme that I love much more than I thought I would. It is a nude just a few shades darker than my natural skin tone so it was really flattering (to my eye). Two smooth coats.
Dakota is a pink toned bone creme that is so lovely and delicate - I would have loved to wear this on my wedding day! Here is 3 easy coats.
Storm King is a pale powder blue creme with grey tones. I will always be a sucker for grey toned blues and greens so this one is a huge winner in my book. 3 breezy coats.
Central Park After Dark is a muted olive green creme, dusty and beautiful! Another great formula on this one and I only needed 2 coats for these photos.
I also did a nail art look using Bond St because it just needed to happy ;)
All in all, I once again love these Metropolis shades. These are priced at $13/bottle, which, considering the formula, colors, and packaging of Cirque's polishes, is a great price.You can purchase these shades, as well as many other polishes, directly from the Cirque website.
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What do you think of these? Happy Polishing :)