deborah lippmann Glitter Nail Lacquer, Across The Universe
- Contains aucoumea klaineana extract, a natural resin from west african trees, strengthens and prevents ridge formation
- Contains biotin
- Contains greet tea extract
- Does not contain toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin or DBP
- No animal testing.
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From the Manufacturer
Infused with Biotin, Green Tea and Aucoumea
Long-wearing, highly pigmented nail lacquer that contains no formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, camphor, or dibutyl phthalate, and are not tested on animals.
- Highly pigmented
About deborah lippmann
Deborah Lippmann's luxury line of award-winning hand and foot care was created as a result of her working with some of the most iconic figures in fashion - from Cher to Sarah Jessica Parker, Zac Posen to Rodarte.
How to use
Apply one coat of Deborah Lippmann base coat (your choice).
Apply two coats of nail lacquer.
Apply one coat of Deborah Lippmann top coat (your choice).
Color: Across The Universe
Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Phthalic Anhydride/Trimellitic Anhydride/Glycols Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Adipic Acid/Fumaric Acid/Phthalic Acid/Tricyclodecane Dimethanol Copolymer, Citric Acid, Biotin, Butylene Glycol (AND) Water (AND) Camellia Oleifera Leaf Extract, Aucoumea Klaineana Oleo-Resin Extract May Contain: Titanium Dioxide; C.I 15850, D&C Red 7 Calcium Lake; C.I. 15850:1, D&C Red 34 Calcium Lake; C.I. 15850:
Sweep a generous coat smoothly onto dry, clean nails. Once dried, apply a second coat if desired for a finished look.
Top Customer Reviews
This gorgeous new color from Deborah Lippmann is great. It looks like it might be solid gold, but it isn't; it's mostly clear, but with a very slight gold tint and amazing gold glitter. The glitter is unstructured (like "Happy Birthday")--so it's chunky, of different sizes, and very subtle and classy. The glitter is classy enough that it could be worn by anyone at anytime, even to a formal affair--it's not like a teen product or blingy at all. To make it more intense, you just use another coat. I like it both ways--subtle and intense--depending upon my mood and my activities.
For every day wear: I wear two coats of Deborah Lippman Base Coat Ridge Filler as a base coat, followed by a base color of some type, and topped by "Boom Boom Pow" for sparkle, then Deborah Lippmann "Hard Rock" or "Addicted to Speed" as a top coat. These are all pricey and admittedly these are a lot of products, but they result in an incredibly beautiful and long-lasting polish that I get compliments on all the time. It lasts for about ten days. I do refresh with a top coat as needed because I do a lot of things with my hands. My nails are hard, strong, and beautiful with Deborah Lippmann products. I don't know of any that are better.
This is a review for "Happy Birthday" from Deborah Lippmann. The other reviews are about other colors, but I thought it was important that there be one here that was about this color, because this is my favorite nail polish ever. It goes over most any color or just over your plain nails. It is clear polish with chunky, unstructured multi-colored glitter--so it's all different sizes. It can be blingy if you use several coats. It can be even nicer if you just use one coat, as the glitter is fun and random and it's not as flashy. I love it any way at all. I vary the look depending upon my mood.
It can go over any color except something that is gold or with golden tones, because it has silver chunks that wouldn't match as well. It is described as "a party on your hands" by Deborah Lippmann and I have to say that this is what it is for me--fun to look at, playful, gorgeous. I get compliments on it all the time.
Deborah Lippmann products are very expensive and worth it. When you think about how long they last in the bottle and on your hands, you are actually saving money. It's just a big outlay at first (again, worth it!).
There is so much qlitz going on here, but the black subdues it enough to be alluring and sexy - not teenie bopper glitter. Grown A$$ woman glitter. There is no texture to the manicure noticeable. It's as if all that gorgeous is just suspended in glass. Smooth and sexy. It's a pricey mani, but baby you're worth it!
So far it's wearing like iron too. I have done all kinds of housework and projects that should have destroyed them, but they look really great still
Highly recommend the polish - but to be honest I haven't tried it on it's own. I think it's best layered over a color from what I can tell, so I will likely never try it solo.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Glitter and be gay is the best glitter nailpolish I've ever used! And I have a collection of 120+ polishes!Published 1 month ago by vardan daghbashyan
The quality of Deborah Lippmann polishes is really top notch. The price is definitely a little scary, but it lasts a really long time and it has really good payoff. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DogMomof2
I've got to say, this is my favorite glitter polish ever. It certainly is pricier than any other glitter top coat I've bought, and I was hesitant to spend the money on it, but am... Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Tang
This polish is serious carat weight on your nails! I have many Deborah Lippmann glitter polishes thanks to a recent $10 glitter polish promotion on her own site (half price)- but... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heather Marie
This glitter is spectacular. There is nothing I have seen that even closely compares. Yes, it is difficult to get off if you don't use the foil method but the trade off is... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nomad