Good afternoon my fellow Lacquered Lovers! Happy Friday to you all! If you are in the US, happy 3 day weekend! I'm heading down to DC this weekend with my boyfriend and his family and am so excited to get out of NYC for a few days! But first, I had to show you the adorable manicure I did with my new favorite Summer nail polish collection, Deborah Lippmann's 80's Rewind Collection! Now, without further ado, onto the polish!
I think this is one of my favorite manicures I have done recently! I wanted to use all of the colors in this collection without making it look like a rainbow. Since they are all super pigmented, I figured out that the yellow matched all of them and I could do dots! I didn't want to just do "normal" polka dots though so I used two different sized dotting tools and switched up the direction of the designs! I really love how it came out!
Let's talk about the colors quickly. Each color only required two coats and actually seemed like 1 coaters, highly pigmented with a creamy, easy to use formula. On the thumb is Don't Stop Believing, which is a very orange based red, super bright and cheery for summer. The pointer finger is Video Killed the Radio Star, a perfect dark royal blue. The middle finger is Whip It, a bright slightly blue leaning pink. The ring finger is probably my favorite, She Drives Me Crazy, a gorgeous green leaning teal. Lastly the pinkie finger is Maniac, a bright purple cream. All of the dots were done with Walking on Sunshine, possibly the best yellow creme I have ever encountered, so opaque that each dot only had to be placed on once.
Above: A closer look at each nail
I really love this collection. The colors are super bright and cheery for summer. I'm so, so glad someone finally made a yellow that is super pigmented, not streaky, and works like a charm! This is just so perfect for summer, every color had a wonderful formula and are great staples to have in your collection. These polishes are all available now wherever Deborah Lippmann is sold for $18, but they are limited edition so be sure to snag them (especially Walking on Sunshine, Video Killed the Radio Star and She Drives Me Crazy!)
What did you think of these colors? Would you try it? Any must haves? Any dupes?
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