Deborah Lippmann creates a nail polish trio inspired by the Broadway musical 'Wicked'
Limited-edition mini lacquers inspired by the Tony winner's costumes and catchy tunes.
By Selene Milano, InStyle.com
Are you one of the legions of fans of the Broadway show Wicked? So is nail whiz Deborah Lippmann -- she's seen the musical 10 times! To honor the popular show's 10th anniversary, she whipped up limited-edition mini lacquers inspired by the Tony winner's costumes and catchy tunes.
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Included in the set is Popular, a hot-pink lacquer with a shimmer finish inspired by Glinda. Defying Gravity is a green with a crème finish inspired by Elphaba's green skin (and the name plays off the show-stopping song). "We used pieces of fabric from her body suit, and of course her makeup as inspiration," Lippmann said of the shade.
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"I love this shade because when you're at home, you can transform into Elphaba and become her." The third hue, One Short Day, is an emerald glitter inspired by The Emerald City. "It has the glamour of Oz, and to me, is The Emerald City in a bottle," Lippmann added. Pick up the trio for $29 at sephora.com this September.
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