Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review – “New York Never Sleeps” Collection + 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: Check out all of the free Welcome Box coupon codes here.
Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review – “New York Never Sleeps” Collection

Julep is a monthly nail polish (and beauty) 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 October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
The Box

Julep ships via FedEx Smart Post out of Ohio and tends to take just a few days to arrive to me. You can expect to receive your box in the first few days of the month.

Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
First Look

I always always get add-ons with my Julep box! I have found that you can’t beat the prices and I love having them included in my monthly shipment.

Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
The Card

Julep featured the “New York Never Sleeps” collection in October and I customized my box to include the following:

~Autumn – Boho Glam ($11.20 / $14): Autumn is a burnt red/orange multidimensional glitter.  I guess one was featured a while back because it’s “back from the vault”, but I don’t recall ever having received it.  It could be worn alone, but it’ll show your actual nail because it’s not thick enough so I’ll wear a redd’ish polish underneath.

Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
Autumn – Boho Glam

~Sigourney – It Girl ($11.20 /$14): Sigourney is a black holographic stardust. Now this needs nothing else underneath it. It’s actually like it looks in the bottle.  Black with a little glitter.  It’s super cool and very perfect for Halloween.

Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
Sigourney – It Girl

~Sherri – Wonder Maven ($11.20 / $14): Sherri is an opulent purple stardust. Stardust finish is kind of my new favorite.  The coverage is so nice and you cannot mess it up. You just cannot.

Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
Sherri – Wonder Maven

~Add-Ons (Ghostbusters Trio – Missy, Nicola & Brigitte, Poppy and Ta Da! Quick Dry Drops): This month I added on an assortment of items including a fun glow-in-the dark polish which actually does glow in the dark.  The Ta Da Drop quicks are one of my favorite Julep products.  I have purchased some other quick dry stuff, but this works best for me.  I think it’s the dropper I like so much. It makes it very easy to use.

Julep October 2015 Subscription Box Review - "New York Never Sleeps" Collection + Free Box Coupon Code
Add-Ons (Ghostbusters Trio – Missy, Nicola & Brigitte, Poppy and Ta Da! Quick Dry Drops)

~Bonus Gift: If you order 3 or more add-on’s Julep will send you a bonus gift!  I received a the below red polish. I wish I could remember the name, but I already put it away with all of my other red polishes, so all hope is lost on ever figuring that one out.

Ghostbusters Trio
Free Gift with Purchase of 3+ Add-Ons

Did you get a Julep Maven box this month? If you are a new subscriber you can use one of the following coupon codes to get a free welcome box:

~Vampy Welcome Box: Use coupon code “ENCHANTED” at checkout! Expires 12.31.15.
~Brave Pretty Red Lips Welcome Box: Use coupon code “BRAVE” at checkout! Expires 12.31.15.
~Halloween Welcome Box: Has a value of $50+ and can be yours for just $2.99 (shipping) with the coupon code “BOO” at checkout. Expires 11.7.15.
~Ombre Welcome Box: Features an ombre-perfect trio of polish shades and a smoky taupe gel eye glider.  This box has a value of $50+ and can be yours for just $2.99 (shipping) with the coupon code “FALLGIRL” at checkout. Expires 11.30.15.
~Custom Welcome Box: Your customized beauty box will feature Poppy, a Vibrant azalea pink shimmer polish plus three additional full-sized surprise beauty products based on your customized quiz results (some of Julep’s featured items include Plush Pout lip crayons, gel eye liners, and Luxe on your Lips gloss). Coupon code will be revealed after quiz is completed. Expires 12.31.15.
~Korean Skincare Welcome Box: The box (a $38 value) includes cult fave Bare Face Cleansing Oil, the softly exfoliating Konjac Cleansing Sponge, and Shari (Classic with a Twist) nail polish. Coupon code: “GLOW“. Expires 10.31.15.

You’ll pay $2.99 shipping, but for all those items, that’s a steal and a great way to try Julep!

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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  1. Ragan

    I am wearing Sherri right now on my fingers and toes. It is pretty (and chip-resistant — I’ve had it on since Sunday). But it is going to be tough to get off. I will have to break out the acetone.

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