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Deborah Lippmann's 'Footloose' Nail Polishes Make Us Want to Break into Song

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The remake of '80s classic Footloose may not be burning up the box office, but Deborah Lippmann's four nail polishes inspired by the movie are tops in our book. The four colors are (from right to left): Almost Paradise, Footloose, Let's Hear It for the Boy, and Dancing in the Sheets. "Footloose is a red crème that can be worn year round," Lippman says of the signature hue. "It's bright and happy with more yellow undertones than blue, but it is universally flattering and gorgeous on any skin tone. This shade will make you feel strong and sexy at the same time, so I think it’s great for work or a date!"
· Deborah Lippmann Gets Digits Dancing with 'Footloose' Nail Polish Collection [Stylelist]
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