Manicure Mondays – Deborah Lippman Through The Fire Dupes

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Deborah Lippmann Through The Fire Dupes

Last week in Manicure Mondays, I kicked off 2013 by featuring the color of the year Pantone’s emerald green nail polish, and this week, I thought I’d cover the color of the month for us January babies, garnet. I have been looking for the perfect metallic garnet nail polish for about a year now, and all of a sudden, I realized I have three that look pretty similar {nail polish addict problems lol}, so I thought I’d share a few dupe comparison swatches.

Deborah Lippmann Through The Fire Swatch

Deborah Lippmann’s Through The Fire is a gorgeous deep garnet red nail polish that goes on perfectly in only one coat! I loved the formula and I loved the brush; however it’s a little pricey at $18 a bottle!

Zoya Blair Swatch

Zoya Blair was most similar to Deborah Lippmann’s Through the Fire in its deep garnet hue and metallic sparkle. I have never had complaints about Zoya’s brushes because the formula goes on so easy that it didn’t matter. However, you realize size does matter in brushes and you get what you pay for in formula when you swatch Zoya immediately after Deborah Lippmann. With that said, unless you are comparing the two back to back and have never disliked Zoya’s formula or brush, then Blair is a great dupe and comes with a price tag of only $8.

Juelp Sharon Swatch

Julep Sharon was almost identical to Through the Fire in the bottle; however, it was a bit lighter and had less shimmer when swatched. You probably wouldn’t notice the color difference unless you were comparing, so I think this is another great dupe. Julep Sharon is $14 a bottle, not much less than Through the Fire, or get it for $11.50 if you are a Julep Maven.

Deborah Lippmann Through The Fire Dupe Comparison

From left to right: Deborah Lippmann Through the Fire, Zoya Blair, Deborah Lippmann Through the Fire, Julep Sharon.

So what do you think about the color of the month, garnet nail polish? Are any of these shades for you?

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