Emma here and I want to know: have you ever tried Julep? Cause today we’re talking about it. Now, mind you, this is not a sponsored post, but rather a Julep nail polish review. Simply put, I was sitting here the other day admiring my own nails and thought, you know what, this Julep Nail Color is super awesome. And I’m pretty critical when it comes to nail polish. I know we usually talk weddings here at EB, but right now I feel like sharing this. So, let’s talk about it, shall we?
Julep Nail Polish Review
Ok, for starters, I prefer to do my own nails: call me crazy, but putting on a chick flick and buffing, filing, and polishing these pretties is pretty darn satisfying. BUT ONLY WHEN THEY COME OUT AMAZING. You should ask Andrew about this. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve used a nail polish and the end result is awful: runny, cakey, amiss with chips and runs despite thousands of coats. I can’t tell you how aggravating it is when you work really hard on nails and they look terrible. But Julep? Well Julep has surprisingly proven to be golden.
Julep: What Is It?
It would probably help if I shared what Julep is. Julep is a monthly subscription service for people who love nail polish. If you do manis, pedis, love chic products and love to get mail (who doesn’t?) then this is the subscription box for you. It’s literally nail polish to your doorstep. It’s awesome.
So, what’s so great about it anyway?
I’m glad you asked. I was skeptical at first: I got one of these just to sample it. I wasn’t expecting much: I’ve tried OPI. I’ve tried Essie. I’ve tried Loreal, Covergirl, Sally Hansen. I’ve tried my hand at the cheapest of cheap and the priciest of pricey in terms of nail lacquer and, surprisingly, I’ve found Julep to be pretty amazing. It’s shiny. I usually use two coats, but it goes on super smooth. It dries quickly, and, to be honest, I’m SUPER impatient with my nails so quick dry is a plus. Also, I’ve had this polish on for over a week now and it’s barely chipped. And I’m a mom, so my hands go through hot water, laundry, bottle prep, dishes, laundry, diapering, wipes, dishes, more laundry, warm baths, more laundry. You get it. And you know what? My nails look freaking awesome.
How Much Does It Cost?
Julep is charged by the month, but you can try something like this Buddy Box or this adorable box for the holidays just to try it, and you only need to pay $3.99 for shipping. (If it wants you to join the monthly subscription, be sure to cancel if you don’t want to be billed monthly; however, once you try it, I betcha you’ll find a reason to keep it!)
And don’t even get me started on this Birthstone collection. I want.
Anyway, there you have it. Nail polish straight to your door that ACTUALLY works. I’m a totally skeptic-turned-Julep-lover and proud of it.
Here’s a special holiday offer:
And as Tom Haverford and Donna Meagle would say, “Treat Yo’ Self”.
So, have you tried Julep yet? Once you do, let me know what you think, too. P.S. You might also like these subscription boxes.
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