Revel in the breath-taking rhapsody of Spring 2013! Introducing two brand new lipsticks and three new nail lacquers, the Deborah Lippmann Spring 2013 Color Collection offers a variety of bold and subtle hues that are romantically feminine.
Expanding her lipstick collection, Deborah Lippmann is launching two bright shades that give the collection a sexy punch. The formula is a unique hybrid, offering the rich, creamy texture of a lipstick and the sheer, high-shine finish of a lip gloss. She Bangs is a ravishing red that makes a bold lip statement. Call Me Maybe is a sheer cheeky coral that will be as popular as the song it was named after. They are universal yet vibrant and playful shades that are the perfect complement to any spring wardrobe. “These are two very wearable lip colors that are fun, happy and will make you look and feel beautiful,” says Deborah. “Just apply and go – if you don’t have time for anything else. A great lip shade will make you look put together and sophisticated.” she adds.
The collection also introduces Moon Rendezvous, a faded slate blue shimmer, Careless Whisper, a scintillating nude shimmer and Groove Is In The Heart, a flamingo pink crème. Deborah’s nail lacquers never cease to impress with modern, sophisticated and easily wearable hues for all ages.
Nail Lacquer ($17.00) (Limited Edition)
Available at www.deborahlippmann.com, Barneys New York, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom.
- Moon Rendezvous Faded slate blue (Shimmer)
- Careless Whisper Scintillating nude (Shimmer)
- Groove is in the Heart Flamingo pink (Creme)
Lipstick ($22.00) (Limited Edition)
Available at www.deborahlippmann.com, Barneys New York, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom
- She Bangs Ravishing red (Sheer)
- Call Me Maybe Cheeky coral (Sheer)
Deborah Lippmann takes glitter to another level once again with an unexpected juxtaposition, combining black glitter with traditional soft pastel hues. Staccato is a trend-in-the-making with an innovative finish available in three deliciously energizing shades reminiscent of your favorite cotton candy, oreo and mint chocolate chip ice-creams!
The collection introduces I’m Not Edible, a panicked pink staccato, Polka Dots And Moonbeams, a sprightly black and white staccato and Rockin’ Robin, a mint mayhem staccato. These shades offer the perfect balance of femininity with a rich crème base and a jazzed-up edginess with the speckled black glitter.
“When creating this formula, I was thinking of ways to make black glitter wearable. I like how the glitter pops with a crème base, and I love that we took very wearable spring shades and gave them more pizzazz – even a bit of an edge,” said Deborah.
Nail Lacquer ($19.00) (Limited Edition)
Deborah Lippmann products are available at www.deborahlippmann.com, Barneys New York, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, April 2013.
- I’m Not Edible Panicked pink (Staccato)
- Polka Dots and Moonbeams Sprightly black and white (Staccato)
- Rockin’ Robin Mint mayhem (Staccato)
Top 10 of 2012: Best Nail Lacquers
I really don’t know how I managed to keep this list to ten, because I feel like I fall in love with a new polish every week. There were SO many more amazing polishes that aren’t on this list, though. I tried to go across brands and put together a list of ones that really struck me or were more original.
- Hare Holiday Hoopla — glittery gold and red
- NARS Night Porter — deep forest green
- Chanel Malice — rich, decadent red
- Lacquistry Wattle Over With That Stuffing — green, gold, copper
- Deborah Lippmann Ray of Light — flakies in a purple jelly
- Cult Nails Princess — Cinderella blue
- Zoya Song — intense blue
- KB Shimmer Candy Cane Crush — peppermint for your nails
- Illamasqua Creator — silver over black
- Lynnderella Undead Red — red, purple, blue
What’s was your favorite nail lacquer of 2012?
Beautiful Beginnings with Deborah Lippmann
What was the first Deborah Lippmann product you ever tried? Did it pave way for a real romance or did it put you off the brand entirely? What was the first product you purchased? Did you love it? Hate it? Still own it?
my answer: First shade I ever tried was Ruby Red Slippers, which was and still is absolutely gorgeous. I think Deborah Lippmann can do a really fantastic nail lacquer–and a lot of them start off being original. Lots of what she has created has been copied, which is the same way I feel about Chanel.