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The Deborah Lippmann Roar (Limited Edition) Collection: Fierce. Passionate. Empowered. I’ve had the great fortune to be working with the Deborah Lippmann PR group and today I’ll be sharing the Roar Collection for Fall 2015, available now. There are four polishes in the set, (also available individually), three cremes, Respect, She Wolf and Miss Independent, and one glitter, Can’t Be Tamed. I love the range in this collection…from earthy to glitzy, you can’t go wrong with any of them. Let’s take a peek!

Roar bottles, from top left: She Wolf and Can't Be Tamed. Bottom from left: Respect and Miss Independent.

Roar bottles, from top left: She Wolf and Can’t Be Tamed. Bottom from left: Respect and Miss Independent.

These four polishes are described as: “From the discerning She Wolf and the boardroom dominating Miss Independent, to the brick-red that demands Respect and glittery bronze that Can’t Be Tamed, this collection is for the bold woman who has something to say and won’t stop until she’s heard. Embrace your strong and expressive side with these new full coverage shades: She Wolf, Respect, Miss Independent, and Can’t Be Tamed, previewed at the Badgley Mischka A/W 2015 runway show.”

She Wolf isn’t as shy as you might think for a taupe natural polish. She’s glossy and so easy to apply, you’ll think your cheating!

She Wolf is a dreamy creamy 2-coat formula. A gorgeous taupe for fall!

She Wolf is a dreamy creamy 2-coat formula. A gorgeous taupe for fall!


SHE WOLF, full coverage taupe (crème).

SHE WOLF, full coverage taupe (crème).

Respect demands all eyes on her. Nothing beats a great red and this one has an edge.

You have to give props to Respect! It's a sexy red, but this 2-coater is highly pigmented and buttery smooth to apply.

You have to give props to Respect! It’s a sexy red, but this 2-coater is highly pigmented and buttery smooth to apply.


RESPECT, full coverage brick-red (crème).

RESPECT, full coverage brick red (crème).

Miss Independent is outstanding and stands up to be noticed.

I love a great berry shade and Miss Independent is perfect in every way. 2 coats.

I love a great berry shade and Miss Independent is perfect in every way. 2 coats.


MISS INDEPENDENT, full coverage berry wine (crème).

MISS INDEPENDENT, full coverage berry wine (crème).

Can’t Be Tamed is a wild one with its gold glitter and sweet honey base.

Can't Be Tamed is gorgeous with it's tiny gold and bits of holo glitters in a honey jelly base. One coat is great as a gradient topper (here over Miss Independent) or only 2 coats for a full coverage mani.

Can’t Be Tamed is gorgeous with its tiny gold and bits of holo glitters in a honey jelly base. One coat is great as a gradient topper (here over Miss Independent) or only 2 coats for a full coverage mani.


CAN'T BE TAMED, full coverage honey gold (glitter).

CAN’T BE TAMED, full coverage honey gold (glitter).

Conclusion: I’ve never been disappointed with any DL polish I’ve used. I highly recommend each one of these. The cremes are a joy to apply, highly pigmented and all 2-coaters. The glitter, Can’t Be Tamed may seem timid upon the first coat, but totally becomes opaque with the 2nd. Love all four of these!

Available now 2015 (SRP: $18 each; $20 for Can’t Be Tamed) online at www.deborahlippmann.com, and at Barney’s New York, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Sephora stores nationwide.

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*These products were provided to me by Lippmann, Enterprises via PR group Siren Public Relations, Inc. All opinions are my own.

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