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Monday, June 23, 2014

[Deborah Lippmann] Nail Polish (Review)

Hi peeps, it's been a while since I actually sit down and blog (let alone do a nail polish review), but first of all, let's all ignore my last emo-ish post, I was just having crappy mood that day. Now let's get into more cheery stuff, i.e. nail polish.

Deborah Lippmann is definitely one of those nail polish that has been in my wish list, especially their beautiful glitter ones, so I'm ecstatic to finally give them a try.

Just like my Etude House nail polish review, I'm gonna do a separate post on the basics (this post) like size, brush, packaging,etc, then another posts for the swatch and individual nail polish review. So let's start with the basics!


  • .50 fl oz or 15 ml/bottle
  • Prices varies on where you get them. Retails for IDR 261,000 - IDR 287,100.00 on Luxola, US$18 - US$20 on Deborah Lippmann website
  • Cruelty-free
  • 5-free (doesn't contain toluene, formaldehyde, resin, camphor, DBP)
  • Infused with Biotin and Green Tea

Packaging & Brush:

I was actually surprised when I learned that they are 15 ml, that's same amount you got with OPI nail polishes. I've always thought Deborah Lippman has tiny packaging from the pictures I saw in the past, even after holding it on my hand I still had a bit of a hard time believing that it's a 15 ml bottle of nail polish because of its stubby appearance which I think is kinda cute.

As for the brush in this nail polish, they have the same standard nail polish brush size, so nothing really to mention there.


I guess the big win in this nail polish is the fact that they are 5-free and cruelty-free. It's still kinda hard to find that kind of nail polish on the market (at least where I live). 

Aaaand the biotin in this nail polish is just the cherry on top ;)

Where to get them?

Well, if you're from the US, I'm pretty sure Deborah Lippmann nail polishes are easily accessible for you (lucky!) or you can get them at the Deborah Lippmann website. But if you're from Indonesia, you can get them at LUXOLA. They also shipped to Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Philippines, Brunei, UAE and Australia + free shipping with min. purchase (min. IDR 315,000.00 for Indonesia).

Use the code "LILY25" to get 25% off any of your first-time purchase there (code valid in Indonesia Luxola, so you need to change the country to Indonesia -IDR- on the top right corner, but you can change the shipping to your country on check out, shipping cost won't be any different), valid through 22 July 2014, or use the code "MOST20" to get 20% off your purchase, valid through 31 December 2014.

I guess that concludes this basic overview of the Deborah Lipmann nail polishes. Sorry it's just boring specifications for this post :/ I'm gonna show you swatches and more colourful and fun pictures in the next post where I'll be reviewing "Nefertiti". Hopefully will be up by tomorrow, initially wanted to post it back-to-back with this post, but I'm already sleepy now and have to prepare for my final exam tomorrow, so I'll say goodbye for now


FTC Disclaimer:  the nail polishes were sent to me by for review purposes. I am not paid or compensated whatsoever to do this review, I use it because I like the products and they are a company I trust (I've shopped from them long before they contacted me). Pinky promise all opinions are my own ;)

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