LIMITED TIME OFFER: 20% off orders $50+ CODE: FREEZE20 see all offers >>
We’re so excited to be stocking Deborah Lippmann, the in-demand manicurist to the stars, beautiful array of lacquers as well as her award-winning treatments for nails, hands and feet.
The great thing about Deborah Lippmann nail lacquers is that they offer the perfect consistency to layer and build your shades. Any of the glitter polishes such as the popular Glitter In The Air, Across The Universe, and Happy Birthday shades can be layered 1-2 times to allow a hint of glitter or numerous coats so your nails look as flashy as a discotheque! (highlight these shades in bold with links to site)
If glitter is not in your repertoire, don’t worry there will be a shade to strike your fancy with options of corals, reds, purples, blues and the very popular color gracing many a magazine’s beauty page as the trendy shade for summer…Yellow!
XoXoBreRead More »
Nail polish is the new lipstick. I used to constantly read the beauty sections and checkout all the new makeup trends, which usually centered around the best lipsticks or glosses for the season, whether it be deep red, plum, or coral. But now when I check out the beauty sections there seems to be a much bigger emphasis on the latest nail trends.
My nail polish collection has all of a sudden outnumbered my lipsticks which has never happened before. If you think about it, nail polish is just as much of an accessory as a great pair of sunglasses or fabulous pumps. Instead of wearing a neutral polish for two weeks that will go with many outfits, I find myself changing my polish multiple times a week depending on what I'm wearing.
In saying that, never before has it been as safe to wear nail polish. More and more brands are coming out such as Deborah Lippmann that have 3-Free Formulations, meaning that they are free of unsafe chemicals such as Formaldehyde, Toulene, and DBP. Without sacrificing quality or color, these nail brands are paving the way in the nail lacquer realm.Read More »
Butter LONDON wasn't the only nail lacquer range responsible for bringing model's nails to life at this years New York Fashion Week, we have to give props to Deborah Lippmann as well. So many designers, so little time, I don't know how these brands do it jumping from one show to the next all whilst making sure these models don't smudge their gorgeous polished fingers.
Anyways, the Deborah Lippmann range really brought it up a level with color options of reds, greiges, and deep midnight blues with sparkle accompaniment at shows such as Bill Blass, Badgley Mischka, and Donna Karen to name drop a few. While were on it, I might as well show you all the lacquers used so you can rock your own runway at home, or at least your nails!
Read More »
Okay mani-holics interested in seeing the lastest Deborah Lippmann nail lacquers for Fall 2011? There's some beauties in this collection as well as a fabulous trio set. With no further adieu, here are the latest and greatest shades you need to be rocking on your manicured nails.
I love a great gift set. It takes the guessing out of it, especially if you love bling nails. The "Get This Party Started" trio is all about the nightlife and discoball antics. Comes with CANDY SHOP (bubblegum pink), FORGET YOU (party all night) and top seller HAPPY BIRTHDAY (party in a bottle).
Read More »
Elle.com recently did a post about some of the hot nail trends for the Holiday/Winter 2011 season and some of our favorite nail lacquers made the cut! Stay on trend and be festive and fabulous by rocking some of the shades below.
1. Denim inspired navy tones. They used to be big a couple seasons ago and now they're experiencing a resurrection. Deborah Lippmann's Lady Sings The Blues offers a shimmering navy shade with tiny flecks of glitter. If you want to nix the sparkle and go for a wearable matte navy hue then take a look at Butter London's Royal Navy.
2. Muted Gold. Instead of glistening gold that can be seen from down the street, opt for more muted, brassy tones. Think antique! Deborah Lippmann's Believe is a golden beige shade that's soft hue looks great on everyone. For another great option, you can't go wrong with Butter London's Wallis. This tarnished gold was custom blended by creative director Nonie Creme for the Betsy Johnson runway show so no wonder it was a hit!Read More »