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Deborah Lippmanns Mermaids Dream has been on my wish list ever since I saw swatches of it. But unfortunately I had to wait months before it was available where I live. I was over joyed when I received a phone call from the store saying that this polish was in stock. So I knew I had to pick it up right away. I just couldnt wait to open the package, unscrew the cap and start using this gorgeous polish. But right as I unscrewed the cap, my heart broke.
The brush of the polish was not attached to the cap, making it literally impossible to paint my nails! I was really disappointed at how this polish passed inspections before it was shipped out. For <strong>paying $22, you would expect top-notch quality</strong>. But unfortunately <strong>this polish was a mere disappointment</strong>.
I have never experienced such a thing with Deborah Lippmanns other polishes. The other polishes I own from her line had great quality and the brush was really sturdy (but I bought them way before). I wonder if the quality is going down since the demand of her polishes are going up. And to make a bigger profit, the company would have to make the polishes in the cheapest way possible. Just a thought Hopefully this Mermaids Dream I got was a fluke and their polishes are still in great quality.
I am definitely planning on going back to the store tomorrow to see if they are willing to exchange this polish for me. Hopefully they will disregard the nail polishes are final sale rule and replace this damaged bottle of Deborah Lippmann. If they dont, I sure will be upset and am not so willing to pay another $22 for the same polish.
<strong> Have you ever experienced this before?</strong>
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