Cirque Fascination Street is a tad bit sheer (you definitely need 3 coats), so I decided to layer it over one coat of A-Englad Avalon. Purple over purple. Perfect! I love the holographic sparkle in this polish. The photos do not do it justice! In person it’s just gorgeous!
You can get Fascination Street from Cirque HERE. They ship fairly quickly. I received my order about a week after I placed it.
BTW, I took these photos 3 days after I painted my nails. Like most polishes with glitter or holographic specks in them, it wears well and resists chipping. :)
Another holographic polish from Nfu Oh, but this one has flakies in it. A while back when I ordered 61, I also picked up this one. A part of me is sad that it doesn’t look the same on my nails as it does in the bottle, but another part of me loves the color anyway. :)
Application was standard, although it seemed a bit thick and sheer at the same time. Strange. I did two coats to get it opaque.Pin It
- Base Color: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Mint Sprint
Accent Nail: Nfu Oh 61 with dots (China Glaze White on White, Sunshine Pop, Gaga for Green, Aquadelic, Gothic Lolita, and Essie No More Film)
Started out with Nfu Oh 61 on bare nails. It seriously is the most amazing holo polish. Some say that the most current batches of 61 aren’t as holographic as the original, but since I don’t have the original, I wouldn’t know the difference. :)
Nfu Oh 61 photos taken without a topcoat. Then I added some stamping with Color Club Revvvolution, another amazing polish. It’s not nearly as holographic as Nfu Oh 61, but it’s pretty amazing in it’s own right. I finished it off with a topcoat (which did diminish the holographic effect on 61).
Base Color: Nfu Oh 61
Stamping Color: Color Club Revvvolution
Stamping Plate: Konad m57