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China Glaze’s Cirque du Soleil Collection feat. “It’s a Trap-Eze!”

China Glaze’s Cirque du Soleil collection has been available in the US for a little while, but just recently hit the shelves in Canada.

Cirque du Soleil nail polish collection 2012

There are a lot of beautiful colours in this collection and they aren’t limiting this winter collection to muted or classic winter shades.  They’ve really gone out of their way to add some very fun and bright shades to help you cure the winter blues.


It’s A Trap-Eze!

Whirled Away

Escaping Reality

Surreal Appeal

Def Defying

Running In Circles

Hanging In The Balance

Water You Waiting For

Creative Fantasy

Bend Over Backwards

Igniting Love

Get Carried Away

Colour Palette courtesy of www.chinaglaze.com

I was hoping to get my hands on Creative Fantasy, Running in Circles and It’s a Trap-Eze!  But out of the two Sally Beauty Supply stores I went to, neither of them had any of the three shades out on display.  Only when I asked, was I lucky enough to find out that they had some “It’s a Trap-Eze!” tucked away in the back.  Not sure why that was the case, but I was glad I asked nonetheless.

So,  I wanted to share with you this very unique nail polish that I’ve just added to my collection.

Its a trapeze nail polish by China Glaze/confetti nail polish by China Glaze

It’s a Trap-Eze! reminds me of confetti, frosting and angel food cake all at the same time.  This nail polish truly looks delicious!

China Glaze confetti nail polish

It is made up of medium and small sized hexagon shaped glitters in a variety of fun, bright colours that are floating in a creamy, milky base.

China Glaze nail lacquer "It's a Trap-Eze!"

This is what two coats looks like:

swatch of Its a Trapeze nail polish by China Glaze

The creamy soft coloured base makes this mani perfect for winter and the holidays!

If my experience is any indication, this polish might be a hard polish to get in store and you might need to order it on-line if you want to ensure you don’t miss out.  If any one knows of any dupes to this, please be sure to comment below!

As for the formula, It’s a Trap-Eze! glides on very easily and you don’t have to fuss with the glitter at all to get an even distribution.  My only complaint with this polish is that I experienced minor chips along my tips after just a day and a half.  Within 3 days, almost every nail showed signs of wear.  So although, I love the polish, I wish it held up to the elements better.  That won’t stop me from wearing this unique polish though, it is just too fun to keep on a shelf.

Did you pick up any of these limited edition polishes from the China Glaze Cirque du Soleil collection?

xox,
Shannon

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13 responses

  1. The names Water You Waiting For and Get Carried Away made me smile!!

    December 18, 2012 at 5:33 pm

    • Honestly, one of my favourite things about nail polish is the cute and clever names they come up with! China Glaze had some especially adorable names with their Magnetix collection. They always make me smile too!

      December 18, 2012 at 5:42 pm

      • I guess in the age of creative product names and catching brand logos, everyone is trying to come up with a fancy came that’s all customers are gonna love. 🙂
        I think it’s a smart tactic 😀

        December 18, 2012 at 5:44 pm

        • I agree. After all, its got us talking about them! 🙂

          December 18, 2012 at 6:12 pm

        • Ha ha ha oh yes, it’s true. 🙂

          December 18, 2012 at 6:17 pm

  2. It’s been a while since I’ve hauled any nail polish…this post makes me want to add It’s a Trap-Eze to my collection. I think I need it in my life, haha x

    December 18, 2012 at 6:05 pm

    • Hehe, I felt the same way when I first saw it! I hope you pick it up, its just too much fun! 😀

      December 18, 2012 at 6:12 pm

  3. Reblogged this on Le Belle Amour.

    December 19, 2012 at 1:58 am

  4. oohhh this is gorgeous, it looks just like my Birthday nails I posted Sat. 😀 love em!

    December 26, 2012 at 9:36 am

    • I absolutely adore this polish by China Glaze. Makes me happy! I just wish it was more chip-resistant…then it would make me even happier!

      Your birthday nails certainly look similar, more of a grey base though. The jelly formula probably would make it wear better though? Or at least that is my experience with jelly polishes, they seem to be more resilient and last much longer.

      December 26, 2012 at 11:36 am

      • It really did. yes it was more of a gray base. but they are both stunning, love it!!

        December 26, 2012 at 11:52 am

        • Yep, I can’t think of anything more fun than confetti nails!

          December 26, 2012 at 12:01 pm

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