deborah lippmann–Wicked 10th Anniversary collection

I have another post combining two of my loves! This time, instead of fluffy Kipper, polish is combined with a love born from my childhood: Musicals! This year the Broadway musical Wicked celebrates its 10th anniversary and this limited edition trio of polishes from Deborah Lippmann pays tribute to this incredible story.

For those of you not in the know, Wicked (based on the first book in the Wicked Years series by Gregory Maguire) tells the story (and pre-story) of the familiar Wizard of Oz, from the perspective of the two witches. The 3 polishes in this collection are named after original songs from the musical.


The adorable packaging! I love the Wicked logo on the bottles, and note Elphaba on the left corner of the box, and Glinda on the right!


Little note on the back regarding Deborah Lippmann and musicals in general. The three songs the colors are named for are Popular, Defying Gravity, and One Short Day.



One coat of each, L-R Popular, Defying Gravity, & One short day.


2 coats of each! Popular is still on the sheer side and would make a great jelly sandwich shade. Defying Gravity is now opaque, as is One Short Day.


Other angle. One Short Day really would fit right in at the Emerald City!


I think this trio is a fantastic tribute to both the Wizard of Oz and Wicked. Each polish is completely unique in all its properties as well.

How many of you snagged this trio? Are you going to now? ($29) DO YOU LOVE WICKED LIKE I LOVE WICKED?!?!



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  1. Pingback: Defying Gravity-Wicked | hopeandloveradio

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