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Lippmann Holiday Sets Starring "Party Like A Rockstar"

By on November 20, 2008
in Berry, Blue, Creme, Deborah Lippmann, Glitter

So you’re looking for that perfect gift or stocking stuffer for your BFF or fellow fanatic. Maybe you’re doing an online secret santa through MUA or another forum. Well if your giftee is a nail girl like me, you really can’t go wrong with a present from Lippmann. Deborah Lippmann always comes up with the cutest sets and this year is no different.

When I saw the Party Like A Rockstar ($24) set online, I just had to get my paws on it. Mini LE Lippmann’s in a fun, sparkly bag, I’m sold! Plus it comes with Addicted To Speed top coat which I’ve been dying to try after reading raves on the MUA nail board.

Good Girl Gone Bad should definitely become a permanent shade in the Lippmann lineup. It’s a gorgeous berry sparkler. A heavily pigmented jelly type formula, this baby is packed with gold and red micro-glitter that dries smooth and shiny. I actually wore this for five days with NO top coat and it looked fresh the entire time with minimal tip wear. I honestly can’t praise this one enough. Please Deborah Please! Make This Perm!!

Devil In A Blue Dress is a dark blue-black creme. It’s ultra vampy but unless you’re in direct light, you’d never know it’s a blue. As you’ll notice in the pic, I had some pulling at the cuticle on my ring finger. I did this mani relatively fast and didn’t have time for a retry so it’s probably due to my own impatience. The other nails came out perfect. Does this color thrill me? No but, I have more blues than I could ever need. If your collection needs rounding out, this would be a great fit.
For me, Good Girl Gone Bad, Addicted To Speed and the cute bag (it’s now living in my purse filled with makeup) are reason enough to pick this set up. Addicted to Speed is a great quick drying top coat that, unlike others in its class, isn’t thick. So there’s no application tricks necessary and it wears like a dream. It really is a winning top coat even though the full size price tag is a bit hefty ($20). For now, I’ll just hoard the mini for times I really need to be dry in a flash and have my mani last.
So instead of an everyday pair of slippers, why not give something a little more pampering and luxurious like the Footloose ($29.50) loofah pedi slippers. They have natural loofah insoles that gently exfoliate your feet to ward off dead skin and stimulate soft, healthy skin. Or a pair of Bootylicious ($48) warming spa booties. You just warm the removable lavender sachet in a microwave oven for one minute and place in the booty for a hot aromatherapy treatment. They’re definitely going on my wish list.

If the Party Like a Rockstar colors aren’t quite what you were looking for, Lippmann has a bunch of different gift sets to fit any nail style.

The Pump Up The Jam Trio ($40) comes with Sarah Smile and Hard Rock hydrating nail hardener so you can go pretty and pink for day and dark and vampy at night.

The Superstar Trio ($40) and Holiday Trio ($40) both come with Rehydrating base coat and On A Clear Day top coat. Superstar and Holiday, from the limited edition Holiday color collection, are great choices for that blinged out party look.

Then there’s the Material Girl Essentials Set ($49) which includes Rich Girl hand and cuticle cream, 3 Stripper To Go pads and bottles of Cuticle Oil, Sarah Smile, My Old Flame and Hard Rock all in the plush Material Girl bag. It’s a great way to introduce your friends and family to Lippmann products with great classic nail shades.

For the more subtle nail look lover, pick up the An American In Paris ($21) french manicure set with bottles of Prelude To A Kiss, Amazing Grace and a Top/Base coat combo.

Right now is offering FREE SHIPPING on ALL orders, for a limited time, and any order over $99 receives a set of Heaven In My Hand hand warmers (a $39.50 value). You can buy Lippmann products in person at Bath and Body Works flagship stores and Nordstrom.

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  1. Mischo Beauty says:

    I’m becoming addicted to your blog! ;) I’ve never tried anything from Deborah Lippmann- but now I’m in love w/ your pick – “Party Like A Rockstar” and I’d like to try “Superstar”. Nordstrom here I come! :)

  2. Jamie says:

    Is it bad that I want every single set … and those booties, too? :)

  3. RedHedd says:

    Oh goodie! I’m glad you mentioned secret Santa and MUA. Girls, if you haven’t yet, sign up for the alittletipsy group and read the messages to join us for this year’s Secret Santa exchange ;)

  4. RedHedd says:

    Oops! The group is on Yahoo. I hope it’s okay to post this here. I know hill was going to try to post ‘n poof on the MUA nailboard. We’d like to get more girls to help share the love of nailpolish with us.

  5. says:

    Just the NAME Party Like A Rockstar makes me want, want, want!

  6. watcher says:

    Some advice please – how do you apply the polish so precisely near the cuticle area. You do not touch the cuticles and the edge or rim of the polish (near the cuticle) is an even, smooth line.

    I live in a really dry part of N. America where dry, uneven cuticles are the norm. I always get the polish on my cuticles.

    [When I recently took a holiday in a humid part of Europe, my cuticles improved immensely.]

    How can I stay away from the cuticles. Are there U-shaped patterns or molds?

    Cotton swabs are so imprecise for cleaning up ragged cuticles.

    Thanks for the beautiful photos and great articles!! Watcher

  7. SuzyJones says:

    Party like a rockstar! This could be also a perfect gift for this Christmas. Nice collection set! I’m interested to have one of those especially the slippers, looks comfortable to wear.