Deborah Lippmann Brick House is a slightly warm-toned, very dark copper with a metallic finish. It is a limited edition nail lacquer that retails for $19.00 and contains 0.5 oz.
Deborah Lippmann Nail Brick House Nail Lacquer ($16.00 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is described as a "shimmering rust" with--obviously--a shimmer finish. It's a copper-shimmered, deep orange-red. The color is very rich and holds a lot of depth, which I think is why it comes together so nicely. Nubar Bronzo is much more orange but still retains the same level of depth and richness in color. I used only two coats for opaque color coverage, and when I met Deborah Lippmann at Cosmoprof earlier this month, she said she designs her polishes to be two-coaters. The way the shimmer is threaded through the polish allows some brush strokes to show. Typically, I get a week of wear out of her polishes--it's a really solid formula and never chips on me. Brick House's formula was a good balance between thick and thin to allow for even coverage without pooling at the cuticle.
Deborah Lippmann™ signature nail polish was created for or inspired by some of the most iconic celebrities in fashion and music. Long-lasting, quick-dry formula is infused with strengthening green tea extract. All products contain NO toulene, NO formaldehyde or DBP and NO animal testing.