This summer, Deborah Lippmann has released a collection of bright cremes called 80s Rewind. They are all named after 80s songs and come in fun colors well-suited to summer. Of course I had to take the opportunity to do some totally rad nail art with the shades, and created this lightning bolt negative space manicure!
I used all six shades from the collection in this nail art:
- Walking On Sunshine (yellow)
- Whip It (pink)
- Don't Stop Believin' (red orange)
- Video Killed the Radio Star (blue)
- She Drives Me Crazy (teal)
- Maniac (purple)
As for the quality of the polish, they are all nicely pigmented with good formulas. I used two coats of each color, then finished the manicure off with a coat of Seche Vite and a coat of OPI Matte Topcoat.
This manicure is also the first time that I've used Nail Vinyls, and I have to say the experience was pretty great. For those of you that are unfamiliar, they are vinyl stickers precut into standard tape manicure shapes, which makes your tape manicure easier to do and more consistent. These lightning bolts are one of the shapes that came in the combo pack that I purchased.
This is a really simple look that has a lot of wow factor! The nail vinyls made the color blocking a breeze, and the polishes all worked great together.
Deborah Lippmann 80s Rewind shades can be found at Sephora.com, Nordstrom.com, and DeborahLippmann.com, as well as other high end stores.
OPI Matte Topcoat is available on Ulta.com.
Nail Vinyls are available in the Nail Vinyls shop.