Julep Maven June 2015 Subscription Box Review – “The Deep End” + Free Box Coupon Code

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Julep
Cost: $24.99/month (My Maven) / $39.99 (Maven Luxe)
Ships To: United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands, and Canada.
Coupon Code:  If you are a new subscriber and want to sign up, you can get a 4-piece June Birthstone Welcome Box for new maven subscribers with the coupon code “JUNE“.
June 2015 Julep Maven
June 2015 Julep Maven

Julep is a monthly nail polish subscription service.  They offer a “My Maven” box for $24.99/month which contains $40+ worth of product and polish or “Maven Luxe” for $39.99/month which contains $60+ of prestige products.  Both boxes are fully customizable and you have the option to switch between tiers.  Subscribers prior to 4/29/14 were grandfathered in at the $19.99/month rate, however, they will need to upgrade to the $24.99 subscription if they want to customize their boxes.  I finally decided to upgrade to the $24.99 subscription a few months ago so I am now able to customize my box.

Julep Maven June 2015 Subscription Box Review - "The Deep End" + Free Box Coupon Code
The Box

Julep ships via FedEx Smart Post and took under a week to arrive to me.  I actually received this box last week sometime.

Julep Maven June 2015 Subscription Box Review - "The Deep End" + Free Box Coupon Code
First Look

Just like the past few months I have been tempted with the add-ons and ended up ordering three of them.  If you order three add-ons along with your monthly box Julep will send you a free gift!  I opted for the sea salt spray (that stuff is the best), Cannonball Mystery Polish, Swan Dive Mystery Polish and then my free gift was an additional polish.  I don’t know which polish is the Cannonball vs. the Swan Dive vs. the bonus gift, but it doesn’t matter.

Julep Maven June 2015 Subscription Box Review - "The Deep End" + Free Box Coupon Code
The Information Card (love the Lilly quote)

The June 2015 Julep box features “The Deep End” collection.  I opted for a custom box with the following items:

~Ming – It Girl ($11.20 / $14): Ming is a sheer wild orchid jelly.  I selected only jelly polishes this month actually.  They look beautiful alone or on top of another polish.

Julep Maven June 2015 Subscription Box Review - "The Deep End" + Free Box Coupon Code
Ming – It Girl

~Tiffany – Bombshell ($11.20 / $14): Tiffany is described as a “pink radish jelly”.  I really think it’s more red than pink though. It’s pretty much perfect.  Two coats of this was enough when I tested it and it still gave me that jelly look while not showing my nails underneath.

Julep Maven June 2015 Subscription Box Review - "The Deep End" + Free Box Coupon Code
Tiffany – Bombshell

~Lori – Classic With A Twist ($11.20 /$14): Lori is a “pressed marionberry jelly”. I personally would call it a raspberry color. Again, the jelly finish is gorgeous and I thought that two coats was plenty.

Julep Maven June 2015 Subscription Box Review - "The Deep End" + Free Box Coupon Code
Lori – Classic With A Twist

All totaled I came up with a value of $33.60 for the June 2015 Julep Maven box!  That’s using Maven (i.e. subscriber) pricing.  Had I used non-Maven prices it would have totaled $42!  I am loving these polishes and highly recommend the jelly finish.

Did you get Julep this month?  What options did you get?  If you are a new subscriber and want to sign up, you can get a free 4-piece June Birthstone Welcome Box for new maven subscribers with the coupon code “JUNE“.

Note: By taking advantage of this offer you will be enrolled in a monthly Julep subscription at a cost of $24.99/month.  You may cancel at anytime and you can skip months anytime after you purchase one month at the regular price.

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Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

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