Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Deborah Lippmann The Millionaire's Holiday Trio Swatches, Review

I have several Deborah Lippmann nail lacquers in my name, but none as gorgeous as this trio.  The Millionaire's Holiday is a limited edition trio that features rich jewel-tone shades.  This was available at Barney's during the holiday season, and the last time I checked (a few minutes ago), it's still available on the website HERE.  I can't get over how beautiful these shades are.  Without further ado, behold The Millionaire's Holiday:

 Sexy Mama (sunlight)



Deborah Lippmann A Millionaire's Holiday


Deborah Lippmann A Millionaire's Holiday
 (shade)

Infinitesimally gorgeous!  Deborah Lippmann Sexy Mama is a gorgeous opulent shimmer crimson.  This is definitely one of the most beautiful reds I own, and I do have a lot of reds.  This is very festive, but this can also be worn year-round.  Hint: Valentine's Day is just around the corner!  Great Valentine's Day date shade.

 From Rags to Riches (sunlight)



Deborah Lippmann The Milllionaire's Holiday
 (shade)

Deborah Lippmann The Millionaire's Holiday

This is another breathtaking color.  Deborah Lippmann From Rags to Riches is a kind of a duo-chrome that shifts from gold to bronze.  I also love that this is a warm shade of gold.  The sheen to the finish is also very eye-catching and quite flattering on the nails.  I love this.

Easy Money (sunlight)

Deborah Lippmann A Millionaire's Holiday



Deborah Lippmann A Millionaire's Holiday
 (shade)

For some reason, I am not as drawn to this shade as with the other two colors, even though this is the most unique color from the trio.  Deborah Lippmann Easy Money is a gilden forest green shimmer.  It is still pretty and can be quite edgy-looking too.

The formula of these lacquers is great.  It is on the thick-ish side but not too thick, and the polish virtually applied itself.  It was easy to apply, no streaking (which sometimes happens when the polish is shimmery), no pooling at the cuticles.  Application was a breeze.

The price of the individual Deborah Lippmann polish is pretty steep at $18, but this trio retails for $42 so you get to save a few bucks.  Hurry and grab this because this is limited edition, and I still see some stock left on the Barney's website.

Note: Media sample was provided by a representative of the brand for consideration.  All opinions are completely mine.

1 comment:

Annick said...

Sexy Mama seems like a gold that my skin tone could handle! Looks gorgeous!

Thanks for the swatches, I'll have to hunt this one down!