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Deborah Lippmann Fall 2013 “Jewel Heist” – Swatches & Review

Diamonds may be some girl’s best friend but I’ll take emeralds and sapphires any day of the week and clearly Deborah Lippmann is on the same page this fall. Lippmann’s Jewel Heist collection takes a trio of rich, jewel tones and elevates them to a whole new blingtastic level with a set of holographic glitter top coats to match.

Deborah Lippmann Fall 2013 Jewel Heist

Deborah Lippmann Jewel Heist

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You know the old pickup line, “Your daddy must have been a thief  because he stole the stars from the sky and put them in your eyes.” Well, Deborah Lippmann must have been a thief because she robbed a jewelry store and put the gems in her polish. Watch the shimmering emerald, vampy sapphire blue and a multi-dimensional gold pop off the page with the addition of the complex, rainbow-reflecting glitters. Like a magpie, you’ll have a hard time focusing on anything else.
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Coming Soon – Deborah Lippmann at Sephora with an Exclusive Collection

Well it’s about time! Sephora will continue the expansion of its nail polish offerings with the launch of the Deborah Lippmann line at 300 Sephora stores and on Sephora.com this September.

DL was so accessible when it was carried at Bath & Body Works, many moons ago, and while I’m lucky enough to have a Nordstrom nearby, that’s not the case for everyone. This new partnership will introduce Deborah Lippmann’s creations to a whole new audience.

To celebrate, Deb created an exclusive collection of nail colors, just for Sephora.

Deborah Lippmann Lilac Win, 99 Luftballoons, Chasing Pavements, She Bop

Deborah Lippmann Lilac Win, 99 Luftballoons, Chasing Pavements, She Bop

Deborah Lippmann Lilac Win, Chasing Pavements and She Bop will retail for $17/ea. The glittery 99 Luftballoons for $19/ea

If you haven’t tried the brand before, here are some of my favorite shades. Top row: Don’t Tell Mama, Waking Up In Vegas, Today Was A Fairytale (glitter top coat). Middle Row: Do The Mermaid, Across The Universe, Mermaid’s Kiss. Bottom Row: I Know What Boys Like, Billionaire.

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My Favorite Deborah Lippmann nail polishes

What are your favorite Deborah Lippmann shades? Which colors from the Sephora-exclusive collection do you plan to check out?

Deborah Lippmann “The Mermaids” Summer 2013 Nail Polish Swatches & Review

“You know what a mermaid’s dream is? [wait for it] Legs!” That’s pretty much the extent of the boyfriend’s take on Deborah Lippmann’s The Mermaids, a collection of four new nail polishes based on last year’s hit Mermaid’s Dream.

Deborah Lippmann The Mermaids Summer 2013 nail polish collection

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An amalgamation of metallic shimmer and glitter, The Mermaids, are a dreamy take on the Deborah Lippmann glitz party we’ve come to know and love.
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Deborah Lippmann “Staccato” Speckled Nail Polish Collection Swatches & Review

Growing up, there were two absolute truths about the Mismas kitchen. There was always a bag of popcorn kernels in the pantry (Dad and I have a lifelong obsession with the stuff) and there was always ice cream in the freezer. It’s a truth that holds up to this day in my home, and it’s usually a chip flavor from Graeter’s. They make THE BEST chip ice creams in the world, trust!

So you can only imagine the squee moment I had over the Deborah Lippmann, ice cream-themed, Staccato nail polish collection.

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She created the nail polish equivalent of Strawberry Chip (I’m Not Edible), Mint Chocolate Chip (Rockin’ Robin) and Cookies n Creme (Polka Dots & Moonbeams) ice cream! Combining soft pastels with shiny black glitter, Stacatto is a rocker take on pastel. Check them out!
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Deborah Lippmann Cuts Loose, Footloose. The Footloose Nail Polish Collection for HSN

By on October 26, 2011
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The original Footloose is one of my all-time favorite movies. Even though coordination and grace are not attributes I possess, I love to dance and I’m a sucker for any flick involving dancing (Center Stage, Girls Just Want To Have Fun, Step Up, etc). Footloose makes it to the top my list thanks to the combination of Kevin Bacon and an awesome 80s soundtrack.

So you can imagine my horror when I heard a Footloose remake was in the works. Does Hollywood have to remake EVERYTHING? Are there no original stories left that aren’t based on actual events? I mean really! And how bad would it have been if they stuck with the original idea of a musical version of Footloose with Chase Crawford? Hairspray was bad enough. It destroyed the perverse magic of John Waters but a singing Ren McCormack would have been too much for me.

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Now I’ve heard that the Footloose update isn’t as horrible as I predicted but I still won’t be forking over cash in a theater to watch it. However one good thing did come from all this; Deborah Lippmann teamed up with HSN to be a part of their Footloose Collection. She created two exclusive nail polish duos named after the songs we all remember from the original film – Almost Paradise & Footloose and Dancing In The Sheets & Let’s Hear It For The Boy.
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