Wet ‘n’ Wild Caribbean Frost & Live Love Polish Artemis

I've painted my nails only once in the last three weeks, but I enjoyed it! This is two coats of Wet 'n' Wild Caribbean Frost, topped with one coat of Live Love Polish Artemis from Live Love Polish's Felis Collection (the profits from which raised $20,000 for a cat cafe fostering at-risk cats in New... Continue Reading →

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LAST JULEP BOX: Julep February 2019 (A Star is Born) Maven Box unboxing

This is super, super late as I was waylaid by various significant medical surprises this year. I'm recovering now, and I'm more or less okay now, so I count myself lucky. Anyway, onward! According to my notes, my February 2019 monthly Julep Maven box arrived on February 22, following the same pattern of the last... Continue Reading →

Is Julep dying?

If you follow this journal, you're probably aware that I've had some suspicions about Julep's business problems in the last few months, with late deliveries, little response from customer support, and changes to the subscription box that I was not a big fan of. Besides these clues that something was amiss, though, I hadn't actually... Continue Reading →

Julep Sloan

A palate-cleanser sort of polish this time: Julep Sloan, which Julep describes as an "Icy Primrose Shimmer," from my December 2018 box. I don't remember why I picked this color when I made my subscription box selections last month, but it must have attracted me at the time. Once in a while, I suppose, I... Continue Reading →

Julep Surreal World duo: Bri & Azalea

The Surreal World duo ($20) is the other Julep holiday set that I ordered as an add-on to my December 2018 Julep box, comprising of: Azalea (Bombshell) – Pink Sunrise Holographic Microglitter A pale pink base loaded with fine holographic particles, nearly opaque in two coats, as in my photo, on the ring finger. Also makes a... Continue Reading →

Julep Queen Anne

This is Julep Queen Anne, Julep's third anniversary commemorative polish color, described as a "Lilac Confetti Microglitter." I wore this while on vacation in early December because I wanted a low-maintenance polish that would 1) resist chipping and 2) hide any wear and tear well. Glitters tend to fit the bill, and this one didn't... Continue Reading →

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