Monday, April 28, 2014

Manicure Monday: Deborah Lippmann Tiptoe Through The Tulips


Hello everyone! Today's Manicure Monday is in the same vein of neon pastels that I mentioned in my Spring Trends post that I've been loving. Deborah Lippmann's Tiptoe Through The Tulips is a soft orange creamsicle shade that I knew I would love right away. Doesn't it remind you of those push-up pops some of us had as a kid? The sherbet pastel will be so perfect for the upcoming summer!


 As I make my way through the Deborah Lippmann Spring Reveries collection I'm continually impressed by the perfectly flattering pastels and creamy formula in each bottle. Seriously. So impressed.


You can see that Tiptoe Through The Tulips looks really flattering on my medium skintone and would also work on a wide variety of skintones as well. It's close enough to my hand color that it gives a nice muted look that is demure and office-appropriate without being your typical boring pink.


Here I wore a base of OPI Nail Envy, 3 coats of Tiptoe Through The Tulips, and a topper of Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat. This applied quite easily with only slight unevenness which is fixed by applying 3-4 thinner coats versus 2 thick ones.


Overall, I can only say that I'm falling more and more in love with each color in Deborah Lippmann's lovely group of pastels that it would be impossible to pick a favorite. For now, this is definitely my favorite orange that I've worn in a while, and definitely my favorite orange pastel!

You can check out my past reviews of the Deborah Lippmann polishes, including others from the Spring Reveries pastels here.

Readers, what is your go-to pastel polish shade? Do you prefer pastel or bright oranges? Let me know in the comments!



26 comments:

  1. This is a great shade! I prefer muted pastels or muted neons to bright colors; I feel they give me a little more leeway in the workplace!

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  2. So gorgeous color! :) Love it.

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  3. I love brighter oranges, but I'm really digging this pastel one! For some reason, this color reminds me alot of the cute little Japanese (or Asian in general) toys/candies. Time to test this line out at the Nordie's counter =P

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    1. Ooh yeah it totally reminds me of Japanese snacks and candies! Love it. Now I'm craving some strawberry pocky! ;)

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  4. Loving this peachy shade, Jen! Looks great with your skintone~

    LIVE . IN . LOVE

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  5. I love this color, does reminds me of cremesicles!

    Laila from Townhouse Palette ♥

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  6. This is such a cute girly color! I tend to gravitate towards the minty shades but this spring I'm definitely gonna try out this color :)

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  7. I love this shade .... there's something about a beautiful pastel!
    I am really wanting to try Deborah Lippmann polishes might have to try and find them online!
    xo Holly xo

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  8. This is so pretty for spring ! Love it !

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  9. looks great on you. I'm not sure if i can pull it off!!

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  10. Love that color! wish i could apply like that too :p

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  11. Love this shade, perfect for spring!

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  12. That's a really pretty pastel color! Reminds me of OPI's Where Did Suzi's-Man-Go? Hehe, but the OPI color may be more orange or maybe more of an orange creamsicle color. ^__^ Lovely post!

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  13. Love your blog so much! do you wanna follow each other? follow me and I will follow you right back!
    Have a lovely day!

    Bryony xxx
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  14. such a pretty color!! reminds me of one of the nail polishes i got from Sation in my ipsy bag!

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  15. Love neon pastels <3
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  16. this is such a lovely shade of pastel orange <3

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  17. What a lovely color! I like bright lavender but this one I must try. I also like Spring buds. Thank God for Internet shopping. Deborah Lippmann is hard to find in Sweden.

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  18. What a lovely color! I like bright lavender but this one I must try. I also like Spring buds. Thank God for Internet shopping. Deborah Lippmann is hard to find in Sweden.

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  19. This shade is gorgeous, so perfect for Spring and Summer!

    Claudia xx | Beauty and the Chic

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