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The latest creation from Deborah Lippmann is a little bit mysterious, a whole lotta sultry, and a total smash hit—just like the Adele song that inspired its name. This rich midnight blue (especially perfect for fall and winter) is studded with shimmery silver flecks that add a subtle touch of unexpected sparkle. Adele may sing “We could have had it all,” but with this polish, at least nail-wise, you pretty much do.
It's no secret that Deborah Lippmann is fabulous polish. My nail salon uses her polish exclusively. I bought this to use for touch-ups after manis. It's the perfect midnight navy! I love it.5
I have Deborah Lippman on the mind when I head into a beauty shop. Most of the people I know head to the eyeshadow section or to find a mascara, not me! I rarely wear any make up, I have tried so many and I feel quite simply, like a working girl. I decided, I would decorate my nails. I must have 300 bottles, but Deborah Lippman, seems to understand exactly what polish must have to make it work for those who have little experience and for those, such as myself, plenty of types within her line to play! Rolling In The Deep was one color I waited to purchase, but I just got it, and I am wearing it now. So easy to work with, need barely 2 applications, and is such a rich dark blue, surprise, it is lighter when you look at the bottle, but it is darker. I love it! It is like a sweet surprise in a bottle! Deborah, you are a freaking genius, keep rocking!5
I love this polish. It's a great dark blue color with lighter blue glitter specks. It goes on very smooth, dried quickly, and didn't chip as quickly as other polishes. Looking for other colors by Deborah Lippmann now. It is an investment to purchase these polishes but worth it so far.5
I was getting this to supplement my favorite black nail polish -- I was hoping for a deep rich blue - instead, its blacker.2