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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Julep Maven - Box 1

So last week, right after I showed you my review for Julep polishes, I caved and joined the Julep Maven program.  I thought it was a great deal at $19.99, and also, as nail mail is one of my guilty pleasures, I figured it was a good way to get a box of nail goodies every month.

I received my first box today, and I am very happy with it.  Here's what I found when I opened the box (it was all in a gift bag, btw)...






And here are the 2 colors I received...


Samantha - bright pink.  This one is amazing.  It has a jelly-ish finish, but it was opaque in 2 coats.  

Zoe - bright copper.  Seriously.  This is like the color of new pennies.  This is one of their not-yet-released fall colors.  3 coats.  

This is the "Bombshell" box.  Honestly, I had to do a little manipulation to get this box.  I took the "style quiz" at least twice, and it each time it came back as "All American Beauty".  Well, while that may fit my fashion sense, it's not exactly what I prefer on my nails.  So, I chose the strappy shoes instead of the platforms, Chanel as my designer, rather than J.Crew, and picked Colin Farrell over George Clooney (what?) and voila... I'm a Bombshell.

Also, keep in mind that Julep has a few coupon codes for the Maven program floating around.  I think there is one on Facebook, and also, when I took the quiz, I got a code in my email box to for 1/2 off my first month.  Unfortunately, I had already joined by that point, and I'm still trying to see if I can get that retroactively applied.  So be sure to check for those codes before joining.  

Even with paying full price, I still think this is a great deal.  I know Julep polishes get a bit of a bad rap for being such a small amount (.27 oz, compared to .5 for OPI), but as I have NEVER used a full bottle of polish, I think I'm good.  LOL.  Plus, there are other goodies, and 20% off all other items that you order (I am eyeing Stella) and free shipping (which when I get free shipping, I feel like I've won the lottery, so that's awesome!).

And, if you refer your friends to Julep, you will get $15 when they become a Maven as well.  You can join the Julep Maven program on their website, or by clicking here.

I paid for my own membership to the Maven program.  However, the links within this post are affiliate links.  I will receive $15 when you join by using my link.  When you join, you will get your own link.


7 comments:

rock-or-not said...

Great box!!
Cute colors!
Do the nail therapy work?

Elisa - Nuvole di Bellezza said...

Hi dear! Your blog is amazing!
I am a new follower!

I would be very honored to have you in my followers!

I invite you to join my giveaway:
http://www.nuvoledibellezza.com/2011/08/giveaway-nuvole-di-bellezza-09-agosto.html

Lindsie Lee ♥ said...

Hey! I am a new follower as of the other day. I love the bright copper color ♥

I'm also hosting a giveway for some nail lacquers and thought i'd invite you to enter. http://beautykarma.blogspot.com

Look forward to your posts!

Connie said...

The tracking is saying my maven box will be delivered on Tuesday, I'm anxiously waiting! I think my style was classic with a twist.Sounds like me!
I am a new blogger since the first of August.
http://mimismanisandotherbeauty.blogspot.com/

OliviasNailArt said...

Great post! I found you on the top 50 nail blogs and you were number one =]

OPI Addict said...

Great post, I'm looking forward to getting my Julep box in the mail!

Jen said...

I think Zoe is a gorgeous color. My style said I was an American Beauty and I don't think the selection was terrible - I got a really cool silvery purple and a cute pink (would of rather had the Zoe color).
Jen - http://makesitup.blogspot.com/2011/08/julep-maven.html

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