Swatchfest: Deborah Lippmann Nail Polishes

I love Deborah Lippmann polishes and looking at the bottles below, I’m sure it’s not hard to tell why. I hadn’t tried any of the non-glitter polishes until I picked up Nefertiti and, while I do like it, glitters are where Deborah excels. I’m going to include links to swatches from Temptalia for some shades because there is a skill to photographing nail polishes that I just haven’t mastered!

From left to right: Today was a Fairytale, Lady Sings the Blues, Across the Universe, Mermaid’s Dream

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Without flash:  Today was a Fairytale, Lady Sings the Blues, Across the Universe, Mermaid’s Dream

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With flash: Today was a Fairytale, Lady Sings the Blues, Across the Universe, Mermaid’s Dream

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Swatch links:  Lady Sings the Blues, Across the Universe, Mermaid’s Dream

From left to right: Boom Boom Pow, Nefertiti, Happy Birthday

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Without flash:  Happy Birthday, Boom Boom Pow, Nefertiti

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With flash:  Happy Birthday, Boom Boom Pow, Nefertiti

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from left to right: Mermaid’s Kiss, Some Enchanted Evening, Razzle Dazzle, Bad Romance

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Without flash: Mermaid’s Kiss, Some Enchanted Evening, Razzle Dazzle, Bad Romance

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With flash: Mermaid’s Kiss, Some Enchanted Evening, Razzle Dazzle, Bad Romance

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swatch link: Bad Romance

Where to buy:

I used to get mine online at Kissandmakeupny.com but they’ve stopped shipping these to Australia so I’ve just started buying mine from the Revolve clothing website. They’re not cheap at $16-$18 each but I think most of them are unique enough to spend the money on.

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  1. Glittery Holiday Nails with Deborah Lippmann | Bug's Beauty Blog - December 15, 2013

    […] up of small and large ruby glitter suspended in a black jelly base. It’s the ruby version of Bad Romance, another of my favourite Lippmann polishes. I swatched it below with the first nail layered over […]

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