Hi everyone! Today’s manicure is a continuation of my evolving mani. Here is part 3.
I continued with another nail polish from one of the two, three piece sets exclusive to the Met Museum. These sets were found only at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Exclusively for The Costume Institute exhibition Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology. This glitter topper comes from the Machina Collection.
Cirque Colors Laser Jet is described as, “a sparkling black holographic glitter topper that can be used alone for opaque coverage or layered for a shimmering effect”. I don’t know about the opaque coverage. It seems like it could take a few coats for that to happen, but I didn’t try it, so maybe. This is a clear based glitter with black and sparkling holographic glitter in three sizes. The formula was beyond amazing! It is not base heavy, the glitter all come out and distribute perfectly on the nail! I used just one coat of polish plus two coats of topcoat today. I like that using it over Pret-a-Pearl you can see the pink shimmer still come through. I love it!!
You can click on the individual photos below to enlarge them.
Cirque Colors Laser Jet, 1 coat over Cirque Colors Pret-a-Pearl, 2 coats over Cirque Colors Ultrasonic, 2 coats.
All photos taken at night indoors with overhead light and additional flash…
Well, there we have it!
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