Recently, I’ve developed a terrible nail polish obsession. Like, sickening. I went from having a measly collection of about ten solid polishes to over 30 in such a short time span. I’m not complaining. I’m just stating facts. And admitting my problem. Adding to my new-found addiction is the Julep Maven program. Juelp Maven is a subscriber service (these are popping up everywhere lately!) in which users pay a set amount ($19.99) per month to receive a set of polishes (and other goodies). I think $20 is a fair price to pay for at least two nail polishes per month (especially when one Julep polish sells for $14).
Julep nail polishes come in sleek packaging with long and lean silhouette. The colors themselves are pigmented and gives you great coverage in two coats. The consistency itself is good as it’s neither thin and watery, nor too thick. Overall, I love the coverage (the glitter isn’t chunky which is how I prefer it) and it lasts at least a week when applied with Seche Vite topcoat.