The Deborah Lippmann nail polish collection for summer 2014 takes inspiration from the 1980s. Although the 90s revival dominates this season’s fashion trends, it seems like an ’80s throwback proved a more interesting source of inspiration for the nail polish company.
The label did its best to recreate the intensity of the glorious decade and brought seven gorgeous new options that are guaranteed to steal the spotlight on every single occasion. As one might expect, the theme left no room for subtlety, so each one of the alternatives included in the new line is vibrant and extremely eye-catching, so whether you miss those glorious times or simply love the vibe and influences that defined the 80s, chances are you’ll find it quite difficult to resist these gorgeous tones from the Deborah Lippmann summer 2014 nail polish collection:
Don’t Worry Be Happy – orange-o-ramaWalking On Sunshine – lively luminous lemon
Whip It – perky pink punchDon’t Stop Believin’ – righteous red-orange
Video Killed The Radio Star – bombdiggity blueShe Drives Me Crazy – tantalizing teal tease
Maniac – electropop purple
The Deborah Lippmann summer 2014 nail lacquers don’t just have fab crème finish. The nail polish formula also includes several ingredients designed to strengthen the nails in addition to making them look fabulous. The long-wearing, fast drying nail polishes are formulated with biotin and green tea extract, and feature high quality pigments.
Moreover, these Deborah Lippmann nail polishes are formulated without formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, DBP (dibutyl phthalate), or camphor, and aren’t tested on animals. Willing to experiment with any of these lovely nail polishes? If so, you should know that the new and limited edition Deborah Lippmann nail polishes for summer are already available and that each of the new nail polishes retails for $18.
Photos: Deborah Lippmann