I’ll Take the Stairs launching January 7th at 9PM, Central MN time, with additional restock on January 22nd at 9AM, Central MN time on Elevation Polish.
Sanssouci- Bright shimmering sunny yellow linear holographic, 2-3 coats for full coverage.
Climbing these Prussian steps brings you up sun-soaked terraces and delivers you to the “carefree” gardens and palace of Sanssouci.
Wayna Picchu- Slate grey, bronze micro shimmer, medium/low density holographic, 2 coats for full coverage.
An ancient Inca track leads up to a peak 1000′ above Machu Picchu. Not a set of stairs for the light-hearted, these stairs wind their way up the mountain to a terraced peak once home to high priests.
Chand Baori- Saturated teal with on tone shifting shimmer (violet to green to blue), 1-2 coats for full coverage. Like all teals please remember to wear base coat to prevent staining.
Like an inverted pyramid, symmetrical steps lead down to a 1000 year old drinking well. The stepwell held more than water, it also held cool air that both royals and the community would enjoy as they escaped the arid heat of Northern India.
Rue Foyatier- Metallic pink, platinum micro flake shimmer, platinum flake shimmer, medium/low density holographic. 3 coats for full effect.
Over 200 steps lead up this iconic Parisian street, but don’t worry, French sophistication means there is also a railway that leads up this steep road.
The Incline- Black holographic near linear. 2 coats for full coverage. It’s a nice blend to get that rich black color without the grey effect holographic pigment can have.
The Ultimate stair-master! 2700 steps lead you 2000′ up towards Pikes Peak. The hardest mile we have walked, it is a good reminder that every journey is accomplished step by step.
San Juan de Gaztelugatxe- Dark dusty jade green with on tone shifting micro shimmer (green to blue), near linear holographic, 2 coats for full coverage.
After crossing a stone arched bridge, steps lead up the island of Gaztelugatxe and bring you to a hermitage offering splendid views of the rugged Basque coast.
We hope that everyone had a great 2016 and that the New Year brings good tidings and joy to each of you! We always look forward to New Years Day as it is a time for fresh starts and new experiences. Starting something new can be daunting but it always starts with a single step, so we thought it fitting that we would bring in 2017 with the “I’ll Take the Stairs” collection! The inspirations for this month are stairs from locations around the world. Some modern, some ancient, some wild, some civilized, each of these stairs are places that inspire us to keep taking the next step!