Julep Giveaway

Pink and PolkadotsPink and PolkadotsPink and PolkadotsJulep EvaJulep EvaJulep Maven Bombshell introJulep VS Gel

Polkadot Shirt -similar, and Pink Cardigan- similar: Forever 21, Shorts: Omen Eye, Scarf H&M,
Earrings: H&M, Bracelets: Express | Giftshop | Tommy Bahama | Giftshop,
Watch: Fossil, Shades: Ray-Ban

 Julep Maven VIP

So, I have partnered with Julep to test out their VIP program, Before I get into the ligistics, let’s talk quality.. Some of you may know I wear Gel polish or Shellac pretty much all the time. When I’m not blogging I work with my hands and it’s important that they always look perfect. I do however get a regular nail polish pedicure and I like to match my nails and toes, which can be tricky because basically only OPI makes Gel in the same colors as they make their regular polish so I usually end up just getting close or wearing a french manicure and bright toe color. When I received my Bombshell box (more about that in a minute) I was thrilled with the colors they chose for me and the addition of glitter. I took them into my nail salon because I’m not one of those girls who is good at painting my own nails or toes. Because I am usually so picky and it’s hard to match, I generally stay in the safe zone of color and chose something I’ve worn a million times. But this time, I was inspired.. I found two gel colors that matched Eva and Viola (the Julep colors) perfectly for my hands and decided to use Eva for my toes with the purple glitter they included over the top. Before I even had the chance to ask my pedicurist what she thought of the polish (She has complained about polish I’ve brought in in the past) She looked up with a huge smile and said that the brush was great, the polish spread evenly, and the polish was very shiny. She started asking about price and how to get it for the salon- I’m not joking…  She did however complain a little that the glitter’s container wasn’t great and should have had some kind of pour spout as to not waste any by dumping it over the nail, and to avoid getting her nails glittery by pinching and sprinkling. Anyway, I think the result was fabulous and I was inspired to try new colors out, which is huge for me. The best part though? They don’t use any toxins in their product so it’s good for our nails and the environment… I highly recommend Julep nail polish- especially if you paint your own nails, based on the way my pedicurist was raving about it!

Become a Julep Mavin VIP: “Becoming a Julep Maven gives you exclusive access to COLOR. Each month we hand-pick trendsetting new nail colors, cult faves and cutting-edge beauty products that are just right for you. Commitment shy? No problem. YOU decide how often to receive your Julep Maven box, and you can cancel at any time.” And the best and most conforting part is that they’ll send an email previewing your upcoming Julep Maven Box on the 20th of each month. Love what the’ve chosen for you? Do nothing and your box is on its way. Want to try a new style, send your box to a friend or skip the month (and the bill)? Just log into your account between the 20th and the 24th to submit your request.

They have five styles to choose from: It GirlAmerican BeautyBoho GlamBombshellClassic with a Twist. And they have this fabulous little style quiz to fid out which you are! Click here to get started and be sure to use the code JULEPVIP to recieve a discounted introductory box!

Julep Giveaway

If you want to WIN an introductory box similar to what I received, enter the giveaway below, and Good luck!!!

The Julep Giveaway will run until Sunday November 18th and is open to US Residents Only

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  1. Hi gorgeous! Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I’m following you on bloglovin, facebook, and pinterest :).

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