Julep Love

i've always been a nail polish girl. you will rarely find me without some sort of color on my fingers and toes. due to this healthy obsession, i'm always looking to try new brands of nail color, especially those that are long-lasting and offer great color variety. i'd heard of Julep a few times before finally spotting it on one of my trips to Sephora. i picked up Florence (which is also the name of my dad's mom who passed away a few years ago, so i couldn't pass it up!) and the Freedom Polymer Top Coat and was immediately in love. it lasted about 5 days without a single chip, which is really rare for me. as with anything else that i fall in love with, i bought a couple more colors immediately. my sister gave me Coco for Christmas and a couple weeks later i signed up to be a Julep Maven, which you can do here!

as a Maven, you receive a box each month with $40 worth of product (for just $19.99!) based on your style profile. i originally tested as an "It Girl" but wanted my boxes to be "Classic with a Twist", so i chose that one. you can read about the other perks of being a Maven here.

i wasn't totally sure what to expect to arrive in my first box, but i was pleasantly surprised when i opened it up. it came with two great colors, Myrtle and Zora, and the Mighty Nail & Cuticle Serum that i'm excited to try.

Myrtle / Sylvia / Zora / Martha / Florence / Coco / Susie / Top Coat

the polish is high-quality and the top coat makes it last for a long time. plus, your nails are smudge-free within 5 minutes of applying the top coat, so you don't have to sit around and wait for them to dry.

it's pretty safe to say that my Julep collection will grow at an exponentially high rate. do yourself a favor and purchase a color or sign up to be a Maven!

**i was, in no way, compensated for this post. in fact, Julep doesn't even know i'm writing it ;) i just really love their product and wanted to share it with you! 


  1. Love Julep! My favorite right now is Helen :)

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