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Hit rewind. This summer, Deborah Lippmann is taking us back to the 80′s, where pop ruled and rock rolled. Her Summer 2014 Collection is an ode to the decade: six vivid creme shades radiate a full burst of energy and maximum color.
Revive the 80′s with these chart-topping shades:
Experiment and create your own bespoke look by layering with any butter LONDON lacquer for a fashion forward manicure that’s fit for the catwalk. Deconstruct your lacquer with the new Cut Up Collection - a trio of glittering overcoats that transform your lacquer. Raw textures infuse your favorite looks with a roughed-up modern edge.
The Cut Up Collection includes:
This spring OPI takes nail color to the next level with revolutionary Sheer Tints,the brand’s first-ever,pigmented top coats. Sheer Tints by OPI offers a fresh take on traditional top coats with the introduction of fournew vivid hues in Blue, Pink, Yellow and Purple. An infusion of transparent color with high shine, these top coats can be worn alone, with a base coat for a playful sheer or layered over any shade to create an alternate finish for a progressive nail look.
In no particular order, I’ve listed my Top 10 Nails Looks from New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014 (Feb 6-13, 2014). Overall, the looks ranged everywhere from fresh nudes, to complex rainbows in the sky… (yes, rainbows). These looks can be easily achieved at home in just a few simple steps. Most of the products below are available now with links to purchase, so you can rock these looks fresh off the runway!
1. OPI + DEGEN
OPI joined designer Lindsay Degen for the DEGEN Fall/Winter 2014 presentation. Models wore short, squared tips featuring a blue sky/cloud nail design on all fingers except ring fingers, which were painted with a rainbow atop a chrome, glitter base. The designer selected this bold and colorful nail look to complement bright knits and reflective fabrics. The rainbow theme was continued throughout the clothing and an LED rainbow backdrop.
The nails were created using:
Today I have a special review. Its Deborah Lippmann's limited edition Wicked Collection, inspired by the 10th Anniversary of Broadway’s biggest blockbuster musical. The collection includes three mini-bottles, created straight from the charm of Oz!
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Popular is a beautiful, glistening pink shimmer. This color was inspired by the iconic pink dress worn by Glinda the Good Witch, it’s both enchanting and ethereal. The color is very bright and fun shade of pink. The formula was easy to work with, but a tad thin - which evened out after a third coat. I’m sure I will wear this a few times this summer!
For the photo below, I used 3 coats of Popular