From the Aztecs to the Inuits, Cirque Colors drew inspiration from the native cultures of the Americas to create a collection called -- Heritage. This collection consists of 7 vibrant holographic lacquers that celebrate the richly spirited traditions and arts of these indigenous groups. Sky Woman, a shimmering periwinkle, was inspired by the fabled creation story about the woman who fell from the sky. While the bright pink hue of Powwow embodies the dynamic music and performances honoring their heritage.
- Powwow - An electric fuchsia with a rainbow holographic finish
- Luminous Owl - An homage to iconic printmaker, Kenojuak Ashevak; A warm coral with a rainbow holographic finish
- Panacea - A flashy chartreuse with a rainbow holographic finish
- Cerrillos - A vivid turquoise with a rainbow holographic finish
- Sky Woman - A deep periwinkle with a rainbow holographic finish
- Xochitl - After the Aztec word meaning "flower"; A radiant orchid with a rainbow holographic finish
- Sani - The first-known Navajo silversmith; A silver foil with a rainbow holographic finish
The Heritage collection will be available online at CirqueColors.com on April 10, 2014. New lower prices for all holographic lacquers will be $13 (originally $15). Refer to the Stockists page for participating retailers.
Cirque Colors is line of hand-blended nail lacquers based in New York. The name Cirque, meaning ring or circle, represents the color wheel and the endless color possibilities in the continuum. Founder/Creative Director, Annie Pham, sought to develop colors that transcend those of conventional brands by experimenting with unique pigments and raw materials. All nail lacquers are 3-free, which means they do not contain toluene, formaldehyde or dibutyl phthalate (DBP). They are also scented with a blend essential oils that leave a light floral aroma after the polish dries. Made in the USA. For more information, please email email@example.com.