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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Julep Nail Polish Review

I tried out this little subscription service because you can usually find a free code.  I got the box for free, then added a few little extras, and cancelled the subscription.  I would like to get more polishes, but I don't really like the idea of spending $20 a month on polishes.  (at least I think that's what the price was... I can't remember).  I like the idea of surprises in the mail, so not knowing what colors you're getting is tons of fun for me, so I picked an extra surprise polish when I purchased these.

This is actually a pretty decent nail polish.  I get no chipping or serious wear by day three, which is the breaking point for so many nailpolishes in my experience.

I also put this polish through quite the test.  I applied it the night before then spent several hours at work the next day rearranging shingle sample boards.  Shingles are hard, heavy, and grainy and they will ruin your nails.  I chipped a couple fingernails, but never saw any chipping or peeling of my nailpolish.  They did get some dimples or indentations in the polish, but the color did not come off.  For normal everyday wear, they can still get some indentations in the polish, but they don't chip or peel.

I must admit, the indentations are weird, but it's fine by me.  You can really only see the marks when you look really close, and I much prefer that over chipping.

Overall, I say give the company a try.  I was impressed with the stuff I got, but like I said, being a college student, I don't really have $20 every single month to spend on nail polishes.  Plus I enjoy trying new stuff instead of getting the same brand over and over again.  I like blogging about my experiences with different products. :)

I hope this was helpful.
Thanks for reading!

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