I hope you're all doing fine. By the time you read this post, I will be residing in Munich, hence this is a scheduled post I wrote before I left. I went here on Tuesday to perform some experiments we cannot do in our own lab and I will stay here until Friday. I have never been to Munich before and I hope there will be some time in between where I can see a bit of the city (and maybe even do some shopping ;) ). Still I wanted to sweeten my absence with one of my current favorite polishes. Please give it up for Water You Waiting For from the China Glaze Cirque Du Soleil Worlds Away collection! I am a fan of Cirque Du Soleil, their shows are just amazing! So when I saw press releases of this collection, I knew I needed some of the polishes in my stash. I ended up getting only this one and It's A Trap-eze, which I haven't worn, yet.
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Sorry for the picture spam, but this polish is just too pretty to show just one or two photos of it :) This time I took advantage of the sunlight outside and took photos in direct as well as in indirect light, so you can see all facets of this beauty.
This is one coat of Water You Waiting For layered over OPI Road House Blues, a deep navy blue. As you can see, you get a good amount of glitter onto your nails with just one coat. The glitter is dense enough to wear it on its own and I assume it will be opaque with just two coats. Water You Waiting For consists of small green hex glitter as well as larger blue hexes and blue microglitter in a slightly blue base. This polish was easy to work with and it dried pretty fast. The finish wasn't gritty but not 100% smooth either. One coat of Poshé Fast Dry topcoat was enough to get it even and shiny.
Sadly my camera likes to pull out the blue in polishes, but this one leans a tiny bit more towards teal in real life. You just have to see it in person, it is so sparkly and pretty, you'd love it!
What do you think of this polish? Did you get anything from the Cirque Du Soleil collection?
Thanks for reading, see you very soon.