deborah lippmann

Celebrity + fashion manicurist. Creator of Deborah Lippmann brand, a luxury nail lacquer and hand and foot care company.

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We’re feeling like a room without a roof! In honor of our 15th anniversary, please enjoy 15% OFF your next purchase of $60 or more and FREE shipping. 

Available now through 9/2/14. Use code: HAPPY15

Shop now > http://bit.ly/1tVIBGb

We’re feeling like a room without a roof! In honor of our 15th anniversary, please enjoy 15% OFF your next purchase of $60 or more and FREE shipping.

Available now through 9/2/14. Use code: HAPPY15

Shop now > http://bit.ly/1tVIBGb

Last night, Deborah lacquered up Lena Dunham with our NEW 12th Street Rag to contrast her the long, ombré, pink dress she wore to the Emmys.

Shop now > http://bit.ly/1ruDQmH

Last night, Deborah lacquered up Lena Dunham with our NEW 12th Street Rag to contrast her the long, ombré, pink dress she wore to the Emmys.

Shop now > http://bit.ly/1ruDQmH

Deborah held hands with best dressed Anna Chlumsky yesterday while lacquering her up for her Emmys look. Deborah used our Dark Side Of The Moon on her fingers and Fashion on her toes. 

Dark Side Of The Moon > http://bit.ly/1bikWWl 
Fashion > http://bit.ly/1cplfUR

Deborah held hands with best dressed Anna Chlumsky yesterday while lacquering her up for her Emmys look. Deborah used our Dark Side Of The Moon on her fingers and Fashion on her toes.

Dark Side Of The Moon > http://bit.ly/1bikWWl
Fashion > http://bit.ly/1cplfUR

Inspired by the curved and rectilinear designs of the 1920’s, this look was created with shades from our New York Marquee collection by Raquel Nevarez.

1. Apply base coat then two thin coats of Harlem Nocturne. 
2. Once dry, using a striper brush and Autumn In New York, start in the middle of the nail near the cuticle and paint a curved line, ending slightly off midpoint at the nail’s edge
3. Do this again next to the line you’ve already created but curve in the opposite direction. This creates a triangle in the middle of the nail. Continue painting lines following the curves of the main triangle created
4. Using a clean striper brush and I’ll Take Manhattan, paint a half moon at the base of the nail, near the cuticle
5. Again, using a clean striper brush or even the bottle’s brush and 12th Street Rag, paint a French on the edge of the nail 
6. Apply top coat

Harlem Nocturne > http://bit.ly/WZ06LA
Autumn In New York > http://bit.ly/1sqqVBo
I’ll Take Manhattan > http://bit.ly/1lH12cB
12th Street Rag > http://bit.ly/1ruDQmH

Inspired by the curved and rectilinear designs of the 1920’s, this look was created with shades from our New York Marquee collection by Raquel Nevarez.

1. Apply base coat then two thin coats of Harlem Nocturne.
2. Once dry, using a striper brush and Autumn In New York, start in the middle of the nail near the cuticle and paint a curved line, ending slightly off midpoint at the nail’s edge
3. Do this again next to the line you’ve already created but curve in the opposite direction. This creates a triangle in the middle of the nail. Continue painting lines following the curves of the main triangle created
4. Using a clean striper brush and I’ll Take Manhattan, paint a half moon at the base of the nail, near the cuticle
5. Again, using a clean striper brush or even the bottle’s brush and 12th Street Rag, paint a French on the edge of the nail
6. Apply top coat

Harlem Nocturne > http://bit.ly/WZ06LA
Autumn In New York > http://bit.ly/1sqqVBo
I’ll Take Manhattan > http://bit.ly/1lH12cB
12th Street Rag > http://bit.ly/1ruDQmH

This limited-edition music box celebrates our 15th anniversary with 15 lacquers specially created by Deborah. Each shade tells a story with Deborah’s continued passion for music as an inspirational source. A special song envisioned and performed by Deborah is a reminder to never give up and to always dream big, aim high and forever imagine. 

Pre-order now > http://bit.ly/1m2Aq68

This limited-edition music box celebrates our 15th anniversary with 15 lacquers specially created by Deborah. Each shade tells a story with Deborah’s continued passion for music as an inspirational source. A special song envisioned and performed by Deborah is a reminder to never give up and to always dream big, aim high and forever imagine.

Pre-order now > http://bit.ly/1m2Aq68

Happy 15th Birthday to us!

These 15 looks were created by Ria Lopez with the 15 exclusive shades from our NEW Until Your Dreams Come True limited-edition music box, which commemorates our 15th birthday.

Pre-order now > http://bit.ly/1m2Aq68

Happy 15th Birthday to us!

These 15 looks were created by Ria Lopez with the 15 exclusive shades from our NEW Until Your Dreams Come True limited-edition music box, which commemorates our 15th birthday.

Pre-order now > http://bit.ly/1m2Aq68

As seen on Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific and in InStyle, our Maniac, an electropop purple crème, complements black, blue and green. 

Shop now > http://bit.ly/1lVaWaS

Image c/o Blair Eadie

As seen on Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific and in InStyle, our Maniac, an electropop purple crème, complements black, blue and green.

Shop now > http://bit.ly/1lVaWaS

Image c/o Blair Eadie

Inspired by roaring the 20s, this manicure was created with shades from our New York Marquee collection by Raquel Nevarez. Here’s how to get the look:

1. Apply base coat then two thin coats of Take the A Train
2. Once dry, using a striper brush and I’ll Take Manhattan, paint a thin line down the middle of the nail
3. Starting at the base of this line created near the cuticle, paint a second line that slightly curves outward. You should end slightly off midpoint at the nail’s edge. Do this again on the other side, curving in the opposite direction
4. Fill this triangle in with I’ll Take Manhattan
5. Using a clean or new striper brush and Lullaby of Broadway, outline the middle triangle, making sure to keep the line very thin near the base until it flares out as your approach the edge
6. Apply top coat

Shop now: 
Take The A Train > http://bit.ly/XdeU9h
I’ll Take Manhattan > http://bit.ly/1lH12cB
Lullaby of Broadway  > http://bit.ly/1oDJvat

Inspired by roaring the 20s, this manicure was created with shades from our New York Marquee collection by Raquel Nevarez. Here’s how to get the look:

1. Apply base coat then two thin coats of Take the A Train
2. Once dry, using a striper brush and I’ll Take Manhattan, paint a thin line down the middle of the nail
3. Starting at the base of this line created near the cuticle, paint a second line that slightly curves outward. You should end slightly off midpoint at the nail’s edge. Do this again on the other side, curving in the opposite direction
4. Fill this triangle in with I’ll Take Manhattan
5. Using a clean or new striper brush and Lullaby of Broadway, outline the middle triangle, making sure to keep the line very thin near the base until it flares out as your approach the edge
6. Apply top coat

Shop now:
Take The A Train > http://bit.ly/XdeU9h
I’ll Take Manhattan > http://bit.ly/1lH12cB
Lullaby of Broadway > http://bit.ly/1oDJvat