Deborah Lippmann 80’s Rewind Nail Polish Swatches & Review – Summer 2014

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I was born in the 80’s. Barely… 1980 to be exact. While I wasn’t of such an age back then to fully embrace the things known as “80’s bangs” (please don’t ever make a come back) or “members only jackets” (again, please stay away), I was very into all things neon. Because of that the Summer 2014Deborah Lippmann Nail Polish Collection had me at an excitement level of 11 (on a scale of 1-10, mind you). Of the six shades released in the 80’s Rewind Collection I have three to share with you in Walking on Sunshine, Don’t Stop Believin’ and She Drives Me Crazy.

Walking on Sunshine is a lemon yellow cream that can’t help but make you smile. I’m obsessed with Kate Spade and this shade was previewed during her Spring 2014 show at NYFW. Two coats.
Fun fact: Katrina and the Waves front woman (Katrina) performed this song as recently as 2008 LIVE on The Early Show. Yes, she’s still flipping amazing.

Don’t Stop Believin’ is a fantastic red-orange shade, so bright your eyes might hurt (but it’s reps the 80’s so that’s okay). Two coats.
Fun fact: All of you youngsters might only know this song because you watch Glee, but Journey released this psudo-ballad back in 1980 and it’s been used several times in-between for other movies & shows.

She Drives Me Crazyis an energetic teal cream. It’s got enough green in it to work with my skin tone and just may be the teal I’ve been looking for all my life. Two coats.
Fun fact: This was the first #1 single in the US for the Fine Young Cannibals.

If you don’t have a song stuck in your head at this point, something is wrong with you. What shade will you be rockin’ this Summer?

This collection is available May 2014 (SRP: $18.00 each) online at www.deborahlippmann.com and at Barneys New York, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Sephora stores nationwide.

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