Friday, February 17, 2012

Guest Post - Carly Reviews Deborah Lippmann Forget You & Candy Shop

Hey guys!

Welcome to another guest post! Today's guest poster is Carly from Lacquered Lover.

Today Carly will be reviewing and swatching two Deborah Lippmann polishes - Forget You and Candy Shop. I've wanted these shades for a while now so I can only imagine that Carly's post is going to make me want them even more!


Hello my fellow lacquered lovers!

I’m so excited to be doing a guest post for the lovely Kayla! She’s my go to for nail art and tutorials so I feel very lucky to get to write a guest post for her page!

Today I have two of my favorite polishes to share with you, Deborah Lippmann’s Forget You and Candy Shop. I’m a bit of a Deborah Lippmann hoarder (I now own over 40 of them, yikes!) and I just think she makes incredible polishes! So, I’ve resorted to combining them into a manicure so I can get a lot of use out of all of them! Now, without further ado, on to the polish!

This was sort of my “I feel like my manicure needs some pink to it for Valentine’s Day but don’t want to do a full on Valentine’s Day manicure” look that I was wearing on February 14th!

I absolutely adore Forget You which is a black jelly full of multi colored glitters. I’ve seriously used about 1/4 of my bottle, which for someone with as many nail polishes as I have, is a lot! It’s just so pretty and fun on and fully opaque in 2 coats!

Then I did two coats of Candy Shop on my ring finger, which is a bubblegum pink jelly that’s packed full of the same glitters in Forget You. I just love how these two look together and for being a jelly with glitter in it, both of them are super easy to work with and easily made opaque!

When these polishes were first released, they were only part of a set of 3 polishes for Nordstrom called Get This Party Started that also included Happy Birthday which uses the same glitters as Candy Shop and Forget You, just in a clear base. However now they are finally being sold separately! So if you are just looking for one or two of the polishes, fear not! You can get them at several department stores or online retailers where Deborah Lippmann is sold!

Once again, a huge thank you to Kayla for letting me write up this guest post! I hope you all enjoyed seeing one of my favorite Deborah Lippmann combinations!

Thanks for this great post Carly! I want these shades more than ever now, especially Candy Shop!

Thanks once again and you're welcome back anytime to do another guest post!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts with Thumbnails