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I just posted the Cirque Colors FW2017 Collection and now I have the Cirque Colors Maison Collection to show you!

The Cirque Colors Maison Collection is a 10 piece collection consisting of 3 thermals, 3 shimmers and 4 flake or glittery creations. All 10 shades are inspired by textures, materials and objects for the home.

Side note: My mom has really been digging the thermals lately and I usually let her borrow ones I’ve done, but she went online shopping on her own and already bought the thermals in this collection before I had a chance to tell her I even had them.

Alright, let’s take a look at the Cirque Colors Maison Collection!

Succulent Garden

Succulent Garden is a light khaki green with red to copper shimmer and little gold holo microglitters scattered in. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Plush Suede

Plush Suede is one of my top picks from this collection. Plush Suede is a lilac creme with copper shimmer and silver holographic microglitters mixed in. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Velvetine

Velvetine is another favorite in the collection! This is a medium slate blue creme base with copper shimmer and gold holographic microglitters mixed in. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Magic Turquoise

Magic Turquoise is thermal #1 I’m going to share! Magic Turquoise is a medium, slightly dusty green when cold and a light turquoise when warm. It has metallic copper, blue, gold and bronze microflakes mixed in.

First set of photos is in it’s cold state, then in warm following.

Patina

Patina is thermal #2! Patina is a deep bronze foil when cold that changes to a coppery bronze when warm. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Again, the first set of photos is while cold, then we’ll show while warm

Rothko Red

Rothko Red is thermal #3. This is a deep oxblood creme when cold and shifts to a bright crimson red when warm. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Lapis Lazuli

Another favorite of mine is Lapis Lazuli! This is a gorgeous ultramarine blue creme base with metallic bronze, gold, copper and blue micro flecks mixed in. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Stoneware

Stoneware is a pale peach creme base with red orange micro flecks mixed in. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Estate

Estate is an antique gold foil with some holographic mixed in. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Druzy

Last up we have Druzy! Druzy is a gunmetal foil with flecks of red, blue, gold and green mixed in. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Cirque Colors Maison Collection Overview

I had no application issues with these shades and the thermals all transitioned fairly easily. One thing I will note is that the polishes had a very slightly stronger scent than past polishes. I heard it was the base used. I didn’t have an issue with it, but I did want to mention it for those who may not be prepared for it (or that have more sensitive noses than I do)

These are Limited Edition but still available in the Cirque Colors shop.

My Top Picks: Plush Suede, Velvetine, Rothko Red, Lapis Lazuli and Patina

Price: $12.50 – $14.00 Each

Where To Buy: Cirque Colors as well as several Stockists for Cirque Colors 

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What are your thoughts on the Cirque Colors Maison Collection? Will you be grabbing any? Have you yet?

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I’m Lisa, a 33 year old mother of one energetic little boy. I live right outside of San Francisco with my son and my boyfriend, Nick . I work full time in an accounting office during the day and as a beauty blogger at night.

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