Deborah Lippmann's summer nail polish collection is made up of hues so vibrant, it's like the muted-grunge trend of last season has been electrocuted out of our lives. The '80s-inspired line is reminiscent of Play-Doh colors, in a rainbow of radiance we can't stop staring at.
As if the polish shades themselves aren't delightful enough, their names are inspired by '80s pop songs. Just to give you a taste, Video Killed The Radio Star is a bright blue (or as the press release describes, "bomdiggity blue") and Walking On Sunshine is a neon yellow.
Ahead, the full line in all of its electro-pop glory. Just try
to go back to '90s colors after looking through — we dare you.
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