16 Jan 2013

China Glaze CIRQUE DU SOLEIL™ Collection

The China Glaze CIRQUE DU SOLEIL™ Collection certainly looks as good as it sounds doesn't it? We were super excited to see the launch of this range at Gandey World Class Productions HQ. It's quite simply the epitome of everything we believe in - The beauty, the glamour, the colour and the glitz of big top productions!
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Cirque Du Soleil™ is a dramatic mix of circus acts combined with street style entertainment. Capturing the essence of its origins in traditional circus techniques bought into the modern day with exotic style and sophistication, it is clear the the China Glaze Cirque Du Soleil™ Collection has ticked every box imaginable for this collaboration. China Glaze haven't just released the collection because the show is so utterly brilliant mind, it's actually in homage to the new Cirque Du Soleil™ movie that hit the cinema's at the very end of 2012. Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Apart is a film which follows a young couple who are separated and journey through the astonishing and dreamlike worlds of Cirque du Soleil™ to find each other. Audiences can enjoy the Cirque Du Soleil™: Worlds Apart experience in the immersive 3D technology, that will allow them to leap, soar, swim and dance with the performers. It sounds brilliant doesn't it?!
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The China Glaze Cirque Du Soleil™ collection features enticing shades such as 'Creative Fantasy' and 'Def Defying' which are superbly colourful in their own right, but our hearts belong to the stunningly glitzy 'Running in Circles' and 'Water You Waiting For' which are both absolutely fabulous! The show stopped of the collection has to be 'It's a Trap-eze' though which it's creamy consistency containing big chunks of colourful glitter. It reminds us a little bit of the W7 Lava Flow polish which is a very exciting 'dupe' for the Nails Inc 'Sprinkles' range. The China Glaze Cirque Du Soleil™ collection also features a wonderful range of eyelashes too.
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This got us thinking about the range of possibilities we could start to brain storm for some of our shows, I mean imagine how amazing a range of make up would be for The Lady Boys of Bangkok, particularly with their Glamorous Amorous 2013 Tour Or even the Chinese State Circus™ could produce an awesome range for occasions like Chinese New Year and the like, with traditional colours like red, gold and yellow being the predominant shades! We'd better get our thinking caps on....