China Glaze He’s Going in Circles

If I had to pick just one favorite color (a favorite color, not a favorite color of lipstick), I think it would be green-grey or green-silver.

That’s why I have to introduce you to a favorite nail polish of mine, even though the shade is discontinued. Indoors, He’s Going in Circles is a green-silver that just perfect for my skintone. In full sunlight, it sparkles as invitingly as a swimming pool in summer.

The formula is amazing. Just the right consistency, so smooth and easy to apply.

He’s Going in Circles was from China Glaze’s 2006 Kaleidoscope collection (the same collection that brought us Sexagon), though its holographic particles are smaller than Sexagon’s.
China Glaze, He's Going in Circles, swatches
China Glaze, He's Going in Circles, swatches

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4 Responses to “China Glaze He’s Going in Circles”

  • Sylvie says:

    I bought this after your post on Sexagon and I really like it =D. However, I find that the colour doesn’t really pop. It just looks silvery mostly. Do you have any tips on making the Kaleidoscope colours pop? I put a layer of opaque metallic polish in the same colour below (Metallic Muse from China Glaze) but I feel the colour could be stronger still cuz Kaleidoscope polishes aren’t entirely opaque.

  • shaimaa says:

    Wow!
    I loved this colour

  • Kimberly says:

    If you had to choose between this and octa-gone wild, which would it be. I think I already know the answer but would love to hear from you. BTW, so gorgeous on you skin tone!

  • KarlaSugar says:

    Definitely He’s Going in Circles (I’m biased against purple, AND I really love this color).

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