Deborah Lippmann Collection Fall 2011 Brick House – Swatches & Review

Another winner from Deborah Lippmann. I am really impressed with these polishes. Brick house is the perfect deep copper. It applied perfectly in two coats. It has a shimmery, almost metallic finish but not over the top. It is described as a shimmering rust. I have always LOVED the shade rust. Even going back to high school I always loved it in my clothes, makeup, everything. I still remember the summer before grade 9 going shopping and buying all my back to school clothes (with my own hard earned money) and finding this fabulous rust coloured knit cardigan with tarnished brass coloured chunky beads of different shapes sewn onto it. OK hard to describe but I loved it and when I got tired of the sweater I cut the beads off and made a kick ass necklace! You may even say my hair is inspired by always trying to find that perfect shade of “rust”. I can see this being a go to shade for me this fall.

I purchased this at Holt Renfrew. 
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  • Charlie
    September 6, 2011 at 4:06 PM

    Are those the RBR highlighters?! I’m desperate for them! And chanel?! And nars?! x

  • Nat
    September 6, 2011 at 5:30 PM

    Beautiful shade for Fall! I’ve been addicted to rust and copper shades recently too, so I need to try this.

  • Makeup Magpie
    September 6, 2011 at 6:04 PM

    I really like this shade and it’s not that easy to find a really good rust polish! This must look fab with your coloring! 🙂

  • Tracy@Beauty Reflections
    September 6, 2011 at 6:10 PM

    Gorgeous shade!!! Perfect for fall!


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