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Hi everybody! I've just received news about Fall and holiday collections from Deborah Lippmann and i want to share it :)

First up is the Fall 2011:


I have worked directly with some of the world’s top fashion designers on everything from ad campaigns to fashion shows. When I set out to select nail looks for the fall 2011 collections, I noticed a common theme among all of my collaborators: warmth. The clothes featured vivid, lush earth tones—think lush greens, rich reds and intense golds.
I wanted to capture a similar heat and earthiness in the accompanying polishes, but with an added punch. BILLIONAIRE, a moody hunter green, BRICK HOUSE, a shimmering rust, and SINGLE LADIES, a flirtatious red, all have warm undertones, which give them a beautiful intensity, but also have a jewel-like quality so they really make nails pop.

Billionaire: moody hunter green (creme)
Brick House: shimmering rust (shimmer)
Single Ladies: flirtatious red (creme)

There is also addition of new Fall shade in Stormy Weather:

Deborah Lippmann’s new shade, STORMY WEATHER, is a collaboration with fashion designer Narciso Rodriguez.

Usually Narciso requests a beige nail to complement his minimalist designs, but for fall 2011 around he wanted something bolder—a color with strength and edge to offset both his collection and the softness of the hair and makeup. For the perfect custom finish, I mixed (and mixed) a new shade by hand in just 24 hours. The final product: an edgy granite that emanated power and intensity. The models who walked the show (and who rarely, if ever, comment on the nail color) gushed over the shade. And so STORMY WEATHER was born an edgy granite (crème) for a strong fall statement.

Aaaaand long expected holiday collection is a burst of colourful glitters and you're gonna love it!
Just in time for the holiday season,
 Deborah Lippmann Gets the Party started
 Nothing says ‘Party’ like the magnetic sparkle of glitter. So for the biggest party season of the year, I’ve created shades that truly dazzle. Get This Party Started, a set of three glitters, was inspired by the overwhelming demand for my best selling Happy  Birthday, a glittery party in a bottle. The set includes Happy Birthday, along with two new variations of the sparkling shade: Forget You and Candy Shop. They’re both packed with the same unique hexagon-shaped glitter that gives Happy Birthday its magnificent glint, only Forget You has a sheer black base and Candy Shop a bubblegum pink.
I love how festive all three look and feel, whether wrapped a round a champagne glass or peeping out of a glamorous pump. But what I truly love the most: how a few coats of any shade instantly transform you into the life of the party.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: a party in a bottle (glitter)
FORGET YOU: party all night (glitter)
CANDY SHOP: bubblegum pink (glitter)
WHERE TO BUY: Barneys New York, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, and online at

Yeah, you hear right! It took me very long to get this beauty but I finally got it! But firstly let me wish you

Happy New Year and thank you all for the fantastic support in last year! 

I've been really busy last couple of weeks so I didn't really have to make many posts :-/ Moreover the weather is really stupid and I can't swatch very often, there's just not enough light :( Oh, how I hate winter for this!

Now to the polish - it is a black jelly colour with small round purple glitters and big hexagon glitters. Application was really easy and I've used two thicker coats. It was enough for a full coverage. However after the polish dries it leaves quite gritty finish. I solved this problem with two coats of Seche Vite top coat. You can see the result in the pictures-quite nice and even finish :) I'm wearing the polish now and it's third day. I'm experiencing little bit of chipping but still nothing major. Well I just hope that the removal won't be a problem... I don't like the price very much, it was $18 which is quite a lot for a nail polish for me :-/ Nut this one is just different...beautiful!

Price: 2/5
Formula: 4/5
Coverage: 3/5
Chipping: 3/5