Cirque Colors Dark Horse. What can I even say about it? It comes from a collection of twelve shades, but it's so gorgeous that it deserves its own post.
Cirque Dark Horse. This is a clear base packed with microglitter. The main color is black- yes, black!- microglitter, but it's accented with a rainbow of other colors. I don't think it's actually holographic like it appears, I think there's actually rainbow glitter in here. It reminds me of Tahitian moon sand, or crushed coal and diamonds.
The formula on it was good. It's not too thick, not too thin and rather smooth in application for a glitter. It's opaque, too- I'm wearing three coats here and I have no visible nail line. Dry time is fast. The only flaw in the formula is that it absolutely devours topcoat as it dries. I'm wearing two coats of Gelous here, but I find that Redi topcoat over a coat or two of Gelous does a better job of smoothing the glitter than Gelous alone. I'd even go so far as to say that this needs a minimum of three coats of topcoat. It simply won't reach its full sparkle potential (and you won't notice the rainbow glitter) until the surface is totally smooth.
Forget about that $250,000 black diamond polish. Who would need that when you can have this for $12? It's like a rainbow in the dark...
I purchased my bottle directly from Cirque's website.