Deborah Lippmann Spring shades 2014 are beautiful – there are so many pastel shades heading our way but the sugared almond line-up from Lippmann is amongst the best so far. I only have three to swatch at the moment but I think they’re the prettiest of the six strong range named Spring Reverie.
Tiptoe Through The Tulips is the creamy-peach shade – it is absolutely divine because it’s a rich peach that still retains its pastel elements but has some strength of colour. Spring Buds is like a perfect pistachio ice-cream and La Vie En Rose is a whisper of pink with a golden iridescence running through it. They’re lush.
I love the shine on them; it’s something that pastel polishes often lack and these swatches were done on two coats only and there is full colour on all nails. Deborah Lippmann polish is up there price-wise but if you see a shade you think you’ll wear a lot, it’s definitely a worthwhile spring accessory in terms of quality. The Spring Reverie Collection is HERE for £16 each.
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