Hi everyone! I feel like it’s been forever since I posted a DUPES! post. This month has been pretty busy with my October Orange posts, but I thought I would sneak in a DUPES posts since you guys love them so much. Today I’m comparing two beauties:
Vitamin D by Cirque Colors vs. East Austin by Color Club
I recently posted swatches of East Austin and one of my followers asked me on Instagram how it compared to Vitamin D. I loved her question so much I decided to do a DUPES comparison on these beauties. So thanks to Lisa for the question on my Instagram post 🙂 Let’s take a look at how they compare.
East Austin is a gorgeous bright coral peachy shade. It is almost neon and a tad bit streaky but evens out well in 2 coats.
Vitamin D is also a gorgeous bright peachy shade. It is also very neon but not the least bit streaky. Application is flawless in 2 coats.
Here they are compared side by side:
As you can see, East Austin by Color Club is brighter and more neon than Vitamin D by Cirque Colors. They are definitely not DUPES. I thought Vitamin D was bright and neon-y until I met East Austin which is clearly much more neon. Vitamin D is a more deepened coral. They are both SO gorgeous and bright! I prefer the color of East Austin, but I prefer the formula of Vitamin D, so of course I need them both!
Which one do you prefer? Do you own either of these polishes?