Deborah Lippmann totally outdid herself at Kate Spade’s FW17 presentation during NYFW. The celebrity & fashion manicurist created a completely one-a-kind nail look for the models, and their bold polish was everything a red polish should be — flirty, powerful, & timeless. Even crazier, she combined TWO colors to create the look — find out how you can do the same here!
Get Wicked! To celebrate the Broadway show’s 10th anniversary, manicurist to the stars Deborah Lippmann is introducing a limited edition three polish collection! Find out more about the line and the inspiration below!
Wicked is one of the most successful shows in Broadway history and to compliment the show’s 10th birthday, Deborah Lippman is releasing three nail polish colors — a pretty pink, a matte green and a shimmering emerald — to bring the city of Oz to YOU!
See what colors will have you tapping your fingers and toes to the beat!
Deborah Lippmann Nail Lacquers now come in ‘Footloose’ themed shades, just in time for the release of the remake — staring Julianne Hough — of the classic film. The four shades are sold as two duos. One set includes a pistachio shade called Almost Paradise and Footloose, a red. The second duo includes a light blue called Let’s Hear It For The Boy and a darker blue called Dancing in the Sheets. Check out the colors and shop!
Metallic nails are a huge trend for fall, but picking shades that are more flattering than flat can be difficult. See six that won’t disappoint!
Ordinary colors become instantly more glamorous when you add a metallic shine. Check out silver, bronze, copper, gold and more!
The gold-beige shade took Marion from an appearance on ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’ to the premiere of her new film ‘Contagion.’ You have to try this versatile color!
Marion Cotillard is wearing Deborah Lippmann Nail Lacquer in Believe and to complement the look, she chose a very neutral beige for her toes. “I love the idea of Marion’s stronger look on the nails and light on the toes — creating a very modern look,” explains Deborah.