Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code – January 2017

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Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

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 each month.  You are able to fully customize your box, so you are guaranteed to receive only products you think you’ll love!

Julep
Cost: $24.99/month (My Maven)
Ships To: United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands, and Canada.
Coupon Code: See end of post.

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

Julep ships via FedEx Smart Post out of Ohio and tends to take just a few days to arrive to me. You make your selections for the box between the 20th and 25th of the month, and you can expect to receive your box in the first few days of the next month.

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

When I opened this up I knew right away there was a problem. I don’t always recall what my selections are, but I knew that this box should have more than two items.  I realized it was missing two nail polishes (and shouldn’t have had a Your Lip Addiction in it).  I sent Julep a message on Facebook letting them know if the issue and they indicated that the correct items would be sent out promptly.  They were not ;(.  After I few weeks I messaged them again letting them now, I still hadn’t received my items, and they were quickly shipped.

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

My January 2017 Julep selections were as follows:

~Julep Boost Your Radiance Reparative Rosehip Seed Facial Oil ($28.80 / $36): This oil prevents and repairs the appearance of fine lines and hyperpigmentation.  You can use it alone, or you can mix it with your foundation/bb cream.  Yes, it feels like an oil going on, but my goodness is it moisturizing.  I have been using it alone at night, and my skin is SO soft in the morning.  I would use only one drop mixed with bb cream – nothing more.  A little goes a LONG way.

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

 

~Gabby Nail Color (Bombshell) ($11.20 / $14): Gabby is a Midnight Teal Ghost Shimmer. I didn’t see a ton of shimmer in it, but it’s such a pretty color.

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

 

~Belle Nail Color ($11.20 / $14): Belle is a Plum Punch Sheer Iridescent Shimmer.  It’s not overly sheer, but it’s not a matte polish either.  A few layers of this is going to look stunning!

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

Julep Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code - January 2017

All totaled my January 2017 Julep had a value of $51.20.  That’s a fantastic value, and once this (finally) arrived, I couldn’t have been happier.  I am not sure if anyone else is having this problem, but I am (sometimes) having an issue making my box selections.  Sometimes it doesn’t save, and other times it won’t let me pick at all.  Is this happening to anyone else??

New Subscriber Coupon Code
Julep FREE 5-Piece Fresh Start Beauty Kit with New Subscriptions!
Julep has a great offer for new subscription purchases. Use coupon code “FRESHGIFT” to get a free K-Beauty Fresh Start 5-piece Skin & Nail Care Gift ($114 value!) when you sign up for a new Julep subscription!

From Julep
Get a free K-Beauty Fresh Start 5-piece skin & nail care gift ($114 value!) with your subscription to Julep Beauty Box. This introductory gift includes a few of our pampering Korean skincare favorites + our award-winning nail treatment.

Terms: 100% satisfaction guaranteed. All plans auto-renew on the 27th of the month. By joining you will become enrolled in our monthly service for $24.99/mo. Call to cancel at any time. 

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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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