Deborah Lippmann Whatever Lola Wants ~ Swatches, Photos, Review

I receive Deborah Lippmann Whatever Lola Wants in my May Topbox. I was very excited to receive a Deborah Lippmann polish because I adore her Lacquers but Whatever Lola Wants is definitely not a shade I would have purchase on my own. It is a sheer pale pink frost with shimmer. I actually like it a little more than I expected but I don’t tend to go for frosts or pale sheers. It was excellent quality and applied well like all my other Deborah Lippmann beauties.

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  • BooBooNinja
    July 27, 2012 at 11:57 PM

    As a non-NP girl, I was initially disappointed to get NP in my TopBox. I changed my mind upon learning NP deters my stress-induced nail-biting! The Deborah Lippmann formula is a joy to use. I’m not one for frosts/shimmers but I made this work by layering two coats of a sheer polish (another unwanted beauty box NP) overtop.

  • beachgal
    July 28, 2012 at 8:41 AM

    I also really like this shade and I don’t care for frosts at all. I wore nothing but frosts for eons. We only had frost or cream and old ladies wore creams – so that meant younger gals of course wore frosts. I burnt out on them long ago. Then when OPI first started, they had a really hard time making much difference between their frost vs shimmer. Sometimes you could only tell by looking at their brochures as they put a S or F or next to shimmer and frost. Often there really was not much difference. But when I got Lola, I was very surprised. I not only like to wear it on it’s own (about 3 coats or sometimes 4) – or put 2 coats over an underwear shade. I am going to be going through my stash to decrease the # of bottles significantly. But Lola won’t be one I will part with.


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