I was thrilled to receive the Deborah Lippmann Painted Desert collection for Summer 2015 for review! Just a quick note, the PR company included Earth Angel instead of Terra Nova (the default 4th shade). They must have been out of stock, and I do believe Earth Angel is the typical 4th shade in some store locations. The formulas and shades in this collection did not disappoint and although it’s a summer release, these colors are very fall appropriate. Let’s take a look!
What it is:
A long-wearing, treatment-enriched nail polish in soothing, desert-inspired shades.
What it does:
Let nails stand out with the earthy, neutral tones of the Painted Desert Collection. Enriched with treatment benefits from biotin and green tea extract, these nail polishes are long-lasting, dry quickly, and coat on evenly and smoothly. The cream finish goes on smooth and glossy, saturating nails with rich color. Wear each shade alone, or layer them together for a whole new nail look.
“Get lost in a desert paradise with these new full coverage neutral shades: Shifting Sands, a light khaki previewed at Eva Fehren’s S/S 2015 NYFW presentation, T e r r a N o v a , a warm camel, previewed at Narciso Rodriguez’s S/S 2015 runway show, Desert Moon, a pebble gray and Love In The Dunes, a purple mauve.” 5 Free Formula. Contains no toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, camphor or DBP (Dibutyl Phthalate). No animal testing.
First up is Desert Moon:
Shifting Sands is one of those essential nudes and the formula is superb:
Earth Angel is amazing as well. That subtle copper shimmer makes it perfect:
And my favorite shade (love them all but I didn’t want to take this one off), is Love In The Dunes:
I was as impressed with these polishes as I knew I’d be. Every formula and finish a glossy winner.
Available May 2015 (SRP: $18.00 each) online at http://www.deborahlippmann.com and at Barneys New York, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Sephora stores nationwide.
*This product was provided to me by Lippmann, Enterprises via PR group Siren Public Relations, Inc. All opinions are my own.