Deborah Lippmann 80’s Rewind Summer 2014 Nail Polishes
There are such providers of beauty products that we might be interested in for the diversity they provide us with. On the other hand, there are such brands, which manage to come up with some specific collections of specific thematic and product type concentration and we do love that, too. Deborah Lippmann is one of those and the latest update from this brand comes as the Deborah Lippmann 80’s Rewind summer 2014 nail polishes, which do have all the necessary charm and chic for you to perfect your colorful and energized summer looks. Thus looking through the collection, we may discover the following shades!
Deborah Lippmann 80’s Rewind Summer 2014 Nail Polishes ($18.00)
What is especially remarkable with this collection is the thematic concentration and the inspiration that served as the basis for the creation of this magnificent collection. Particularly, it’s the 80s’ feel that accompanies us throughout the collection and have that strong and nice impression of going back to the times, when rock ‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë‚àö‚â§n’ roll was what people lived by, picking bright colors and creating colorful plays.
‚Äö” Don’t Stop Believin’- Righteous red-orange (créme)
‚Äö” Maniac – Electropop purple (créme)
‚Äö” She Drives Me Crazy – Tantalizing teal tease (créme)
‚Äö” Video Killed The Radio Star – Bombdiggity blue (créme)
‚Äö” Walking On Sunshine – Lively luminous lemon (créme)
‚Äö” Whip It – Perky pink punch (créme)
As for the availability of the Deborah Lippmann 80’s Rewind summer 2014 nail polishes, we can note that it is already available online at DeborahLippmann.com and CUSP by Neiman Marcus and will shortly be at Nordstrom.com and Sephora.com. So don’t postpone having your small piece of paradise and glamour with just a single brushstroke, opting for these wonderful retro-inspired tones. This especially refers to those, who have decided to make some significant changes with their looks, for instance, characterized by the choice of the bright colors and the unexpected solutions.
Photos courtesy of Deborah Lippmann