As if the hit HBO series Girls hasn’t already gotten enough attention, now Deborah Lippmann has created a collection of nail polishes dedicated to the show.

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That’s right – Lena Dunham has partnered with polish queen Lippmann to create a shade for each of the 4 main characters on the show. If you identify most with Hannah, you can wear “Hapless Hunter Green,” but if you’re more of a Marnie, you can opt for “Prim and Proper Pink.” You can also coat your nails with “Virtuous Vivid Violet,” which has been dedicated to Shoshanna, or Jessa’s “Bohemian Burgundy” shade.

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Think this seems like a random pairing? Well, it turns out Dunham is a huge fan of Deborah and her nail polishes. Lena said in a statement, “Deborah Lippmann‘s colors are irreverent and classy and I’ve always coveted them (and stolen them from my mother), so who better to embody the Girls spirit in polish form.” She insists she’s been “wearing Hannah like it’s going out of style.” The set of 4 polishes will cost $45 and hits stores next month, but you can pre-order it now if you’re really itching to get your hands on it.

Girls isn’t the only show on television to inspire a collection of nail polish. Plenty of popular shows have sparked the creation of beauty products of all kinds. Check out some of the other TV-inspired products below, then let us know what you think of all this! Do these products serve as a great marketing tool and a way to connect with viewers, or is it just getting to be too much?

Modern Family

Even more confusing than the Girls nail polish, Nicole by OPI has created a line of 14 polishes based on Modern Family. The polishes are named after the characters on the show and will hit stores in January as well.

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Earlier this year, Sephora by OPI launched a Glee nail polish collection. There were 10 total shades to choose from, each cleverly named to represent a part of the show.

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True Blood

Tarte Cosmetics created a limited edition makeup collection inspired by the HBO show True Blood last year. The 3-piece set included a cheek stain, a lip tint, and palette of 17 eyeshadows.

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Mad Men

Estée Lauder launched a Mad Men makeup collection in March. The line included lipstick called “Cherry” and an “Evening Rose” cream blush. Both came in gold cases and were packaged in boxes with a retro floral design.

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