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Deborah Lippmann's New Polish Is Spring In A Bottle

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    Okay, we're convinced. Deborah Lippmann is a mind reader. Lately, we've been spending at least 95% of our waking hours dreaming of warmer weather. And, like magic, her aptly titled new Spring Reveries collection found its way into our lives.

    Once we got over the initial shock of Lippmann's apparent clairvoyance, we took a good look at the polishes themselves — and were totally in awe of the sheer amount of prettiness packed into the bottles before us. The six soft-hued shades are prime examples of pastel done right. Think mod, not Easter egg. First on our mani must-have list? Spring Buds, a pale pistachio, and La Vie En Rose, a shimmery petal pink.

    So, all we can say is thank you, Deborah Lippmann. You've restored the pep in our step and finally given us hope that there is life beyond the polar vortex.




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