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Rock The Minimalist Mani With Deborah Lippmann's Moody Fall Shades

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    Think you know your favorite beauty brands? Think again. In this continuing series, we highlight some of our go-to lines. Read on for some interesting tidbits, plus the rundown on the products that made our list of favorites.

    As you may have noticed, we are serious about our nails here at Refinery HQ. We love debating the good, the bad, and the just plain ugly of nail art, and when someone walks in with a perfect prep stripe or Mondrian mani, everyone gathers 'round for much ooh-ing and ahh-ing (and of course, Instagramming).

    Lack the steady hands and saintly patience it takes to master a tricky manicure? Never fear — manicurist-to-the-stars Deborah Lippman makes a host of fall shades so fierce, you can keep your tips hip in just one coat. Poppin' pinks and outrageous oranges are here, sure — but this season we're drawn to moodier hues. Try inky black laced with gleaming gold glitter, blue shot through with silver sparkles, and a purple so juicy it makes us want to go grape-pickin'.

    Looking to keep your mani fresh — on the minimalist tip? Click on for more of the season's best shades!

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