There are nail polishes which cause an instant desire to own them the second you see them. You see a swatch and know you would love to own and wear it.
When I saw Sam’s gorgeous swatches of Deborah Lippmann Raise Your Glass I was mesmerized. Mesmerized and sure I would never be able to paint my nails with this beauty.
Deborah Lippmann Raise Your Glass was released exclusively to Holt Renfrew stores to celebrate their 175th Anniversary. If it wasn’t for the kind and generous help of Eugenia (you need to check Eugenia’s gorgeous swatches of Deborah Lippmann Raise Your Glass as well) owning Raise Your Glass would have stayed a dream.. but Eugenia made it come true. Thank you so so much! ♥
Deborah Lippmann Raise Your Glass is such a fascinating nail polish. Its warm dark magenta base color and the small hex fuchsia glitter make it a completely unique nail polish in my collection. The base of Raise Your Glass isn’t a jelly. It is a creme which makes the effect that the glitter is floating in the nail polish even more prominent because you see how the glitter disappears in the layers of the nail polish.
The base color of Deborah Lippmann Raise Your Glass also is kind of a borderline magenta. It is too cool toned to be a red but also almost too warm to be classified as magenta. Stunning. ♥
The fuchsia glitter in contrast to the warmer base makes such a pretty contrast.
The application of Deborah Lippmann Raise Your Glass was great. After two coats it was opaque. Due to the glitter it was a bit bumpy though so I added two coats of Gelous before my top coat to even it out.
Could you get your hands on Raise Your Glass? I really hope that sooner or later someone will release a dupe of Deborah Lippmann Raise Your Glass. It is such a beauty and I wish it would be widely available.
Thanks for looking and have a great weekend! ♥