I have several Julep nail colors that I have not tried yet. They are nicely lined up in one of my drawers, but I have been on such a gel manicure at home kick that I haven't wanted to mess with "regular" polish besides trying the polish in my Influenster Goddess Vox Box.
Finally, though, I decided it was high time. I picked out my clothes for the week (yes, I do that every once in a while when I'm really on the ball) and I decided this shade, Jenna, was a nice compliment to everything.
Is Great!!! It's not too thin and runny, not too thick and gloopy. The picture shows just one coat of it. I was really impressed with how this applied. I did a decent job having a normal-looking polish line toward the cuticle thanks to the brush style. It dried nicely and I think it looks great. What do you think?
Julep polishes have what they call "Oxygen Technology" which allows 30% more oxygen to enter the nail bed and facilitates fast drying. They are5-free, vegan, and strengthen nails with Hexanal and antioxidant green coffee extract.
1. Nailtiques Nail Protein Formula 2
2. Julep Classic With A Twist in the shade Jenna ($14) (Got it in my Maven box)
3. Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat
4. Vivo Por Lei Cuticle Oil (bought originally at the mall in a manicure set like this)
Julep was founded by Jane Park who believes that "beauty should do more than make you look good, it should make you feel good, too." I couldn't agree with that statement more.
Julep has both an online shop where you can make one-time purchases, ora subscription Beauty Box you can customize and order at a frequency that works for you. The box has expanded from mainly just nail polishes to a wide range of beauty products that have really nice quality, I have to say!
Your Beauty Boxes and Shop Purchases earn you "Jules" which are credits you can use for future purchases.
They also run some pretty good sales. You can get 20% off until 10/31/16 with the coupon promo code LETSGET20