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Ulta 10x Points 2016 For Platinum Appreciation Day Today Only!

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The 2017 event took place on 08/21/17. A special mini 10x points event took place in early November 2017.

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Every year Platinum members at Ulta get a one day event where select items are available for 10x points. Yes, this combines with any other multipliers you may have. Read my Ulta page for the rules on combining multipliers (if you’re lucky enough to have more than one). This event is always at the end of August and has not included every item sold at Ulta since 2014. In 2015, the event only included select items. It landed on Monday, August 24th. Ulta is on central time, so it officially started 08/23/15 at 10pm PST.

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There is a dedicated link this year for the promotion, so no one has to wait for their email in the morning or play hours of trial and error to see which items get 10x points. The event offers free shipping and although it was not actually working in the early hours of the sale, I noticed it started working around 10am PST.

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DealsTooGoodtoPassUp The First Year

A year ago today I decided to create a space where I could share: my thoughts, endless tips (if you’ve read my articles from start to finish, you know what I mean), and most importantly the deals we all strive for. There were ups and downs, and it almost ended as soon as it started. I learned that blogs are a lot of work, so you have to unplug completely during a tragedy. Through all the work I put into each article and page, I wondered if anyone would find it helpful. When I received a comment or email through contact, I learned that some people did find it helpful and others were happy to help me. Some have my passion for deal sharing, most share my passion for deal hunting, and all share my passion for beauty products.

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Julep December 2015 Birthstone and YAYTODAY 50% off

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all and not just my birthstone. December’s offering is a topaz blue. Birthstones are usually only available in the Secret Store from the 1st to the 3rd of the month. If you purchase during this period, you generally have to pay $11.20 (the Maven price). Julep extended its amazing YAYTODAY promo code for 50% off for two days past Cyber Monday. On the 2nd, I decided to see if the birthstone happened to release early to the main site. A search for the December birthstone showed it available and on sale for $9.99.

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Julep November 2015 Birthstone

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all and not just my birthstone. November’s offering is a shimmery bronze-orange. Some may want to order this the first day of the month when it opens up in the secret store to get it before it sells out. The problem is they charge the full $11.20 Maven price in the secret store, and promo codes do not apply. If you wait it out a little, even the colors that sell out will usually return. As a Maven, I get free shipping with every order, so I could order the birthstone each month and call it a day. That is not my style though, because I live for a deal. Mavens get offer codes in each box (that I will always share with you here as long as Julep allows me to share it).

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Julep June 2015 Clean and Jelly Polish

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula. These polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership. They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership. Luckily, I do not have to pay that much. The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line. Every month, they release nine new colors. I have not skipped a box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month. More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well.

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Julep May 2015 Set Sail Ultimate Upgrade

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula. These polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership. They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership. Luckily, I do not have to pay that much. The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line. Every month, they release nine new colors. I have not skipped a box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month. More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well.

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Julep October 2015 Birthstone

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all and not just my birthstone. October’s offering is a beautiful pink, and it looks as perfect on as it did onscreen. Some may want to order this the first day of the month when it opens up in the secret store to get it before it sells out. The problem is they charge the full $11.20 Maven price in the secret store, and promo codes do not apply. If you wait it out a little, even the colors that sell out will usually return. As a Maven, I get free shipping with every order, so I could order the birthstone each month and call it a day. That is not my style though, because I live for a deal. Mavens get offer codes in each box (that I will always share with you here as long as Julep allows me to share it).

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Julep October 2015 Your Happy Look and Eyeshadow 101

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula. I find these polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership. They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership. Luckily, I do not have to pay that much. The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line. Every month, they release nine new colors.

I have not skipped a box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month. More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well.

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Julep April 2015 Paradise Ultimate Upgrade and Mastering Don’t Leave Your Brows at Home

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula. These polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership. They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership. Luckily, I do not have to pay that much. The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line. Every month, they release nine new colors. I have not skipped a box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month. More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well.

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Julep Birthstone September 2015

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all and not just my birthstone. September’s offering is a stunning blue, and it looks as beautiful on as it did onscreen. Some may want to order this the first day of the month when it opens up in the secret store to get it before it sells out. The problem is they charge the full $11.20 Maven price in the secret store, and promo codes do not apply. If you wait it out a little, even the colors that sell out will usually return. As a Maven, I get free shipping with every order, so I could order the birthstone each month and call it a day. That is not my style though, because I live for a deal. Mavens get offer codes in each box (that I will always share with you here as long as Julep allows me to share it).

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Julep May 2015 Birthstone

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all and not just my birthstone. Being back on track was nice. At this point, I had not discovered the issue with March polish, so I thought I was back to business as usual. That means ordering the birthstone for the current month as soon as I remember after the secret store closes. Some may want to order this the first day of the month when it opens up in the secret store to get it before it sells out. The problem is they charge the full $11.20 Maven price in the secret store, and promo codes do not apply.

If you wait it out a little, even the colors that sell out will usually return. It can take some time though (looking at you, March). As a Maven, I get free shipping with every order, so I could order the birthstone each month and call it a day. That is not my style though, because I live for a deal. Mavens get offer codes in each box (that I will always share with you here as long as Julep allows me to share it).

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Julep April 2015 Birthstone

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all and not just my birthstone. March had been out of stock for over a month, and I do not like to collect the polishes out-of-order. If for any reason the OOS polish does not return, I do not want gaps in the collection before it ends. My concern was March would return to stock, but April would go out of stock by then. As such, I decided on 04/13/15 to purchase April before March. It worked out, kind of. Julep Liza, the March offering returned to stock the next day before disappearing again. She has been gone every other time I’ve checked, too. Some may want to order this the first day of the month when it opens up in the secret store to get it before it sells out. The problem is they charge the full $11.20 Maven price in the secret store, and promo codes do not apply.

If you wait it out a little, even the colors that sell out will usually return. It can take some time though (looking at you, March). As a Maven, I get free shipping with every order, so I could order the birthstone each month and call it a day. That is not my style though, because I live for a deal. Mavens get offer codes in each box (that I will always share with you here as long as Julep allows me to share it).

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Julep September 2015

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula. I find these polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership. They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership. Luckily, I do not have to pay that much. The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line. Every month, they release nine new colors.

I have not skipped a box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month. More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well.

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Julep June 2015, July 2015 and August 2015 Birthstones

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all and not just my birthstone. June’s offering sold out while it was still in the Secret Store. Some may want to order this the first day of the month when it opens up in the secret store to get it before it sells out. The problem is they charge the full $11.20 Maven price in the secret store, and promo codes do not apply.

If you wait it out a little, even the colors that sell out will usually return. It can take some time though. As a Maven, I get free shipping with every order, so I could order the gemstone each month and call it a day. That is not my style though, because I live for a deal. Mavens get offer codes in each box.

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Julep Sweet Steal Brown Eyed Girl, and the March 2015 Birthstone

The Sweet Steal is a daily deal offered by Julep. It is the place where you can get a specially curated set at a deep discount. If a steal is really good, do not sit on it. They sometimes sell out in the middle of the day. My Julep obsession is huge, so I check it several times a week. You are not generally notified of a new offer, but there is a new one available or sold out for the day almost every time I check.

I stalked the March birthstone daily for almost a month. In addition to the fact that I collect all the birthstones, March is my birth month. Plus, the polish color looked gorgeous. It was out of stock the first time I checked on 03/16/15. From that day until 04/14/15, I never saw it in stock.

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Julep August 2015 Skip the Brush

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula. I find these polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership. They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership. Luckily, I do not have to pay that much. The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line. Every month, they release nine new colors.

I have not skipped a box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month. More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well.

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Julep March 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula. I find these polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership. They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership. Luckily, I do not have to pay that much. The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line. Every month, they release nine new colors.

I have not skipped a box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month. More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well. The Maven selection window for March opened on 02/20/15. It was the first box I was going to skip. With everything going on in my personal life, I was not in a shopping mood. When I logged in to skip, I saw a Marsala lipstick in my box. Some of you may know that I really wanted the Sephora Pantone Marsala lipstick, but it sold out before I could get my hands on it.

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Julep July 2015 Shimmer and Moisture

When it comes to nail polish, I am a huge fan of Julep’s five free formula.  I find these polishes chip less than most, and the polishes themselves are a good deal when you have a Maven membership.  They are quality polishes, so I would probably purchase them at $14 each if I did not have my Maven membership.  Luckily, I do not have to pay that much.  The color selections and polish finishes are more vast than almost any other nail polish line.  Every month, they release nine new colors.  My goal is to actually catalog all of my polishes at some point, so I can compare all the different colors.  A line with nine colors released every month is bound to have repeats with different labels.

I have not skipped a single Julep box since I first subscribed in May 2014, because I find something I want every month.  More often than not, the nail polishes are what draw me in, but I like to try Julep’s beauty products as well.  My March, April, May, and June boxes will get reviews of their own later.  For now, I am writing about the July box.  July was all about jelly polishes and moisture.

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Julep February 2015 Birthstone

I love collecting the Julep birthstones, so I collect them all rather than just my gemstone. February’s offering was a black glitter polish. While black is not my usual color, my collection needs to be complete. Also, a little glitter never hurt anyone, so I am always down for a glitter polish. Some may be tempted to order this the first day of the month when it opens up in the secret store. More popular colors will sometimes sell out when they’re in the store. The problem is they charge the full $11.20 Maven price in the secret store, and promo codes do not apply.

If you wait it out a little, even the colors that sell out will make a triumphant return. It can take some time with certain colors, which I will cover soon. As a Maven, I get free shipping with every order, so I could order just the birthstone each month and call it a day. That is not my style though, because I live for a deal. Mavens get offer codes in each box.

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Valentine’s Day Nails 2015 Featuring Polish Julep Hartleigh

When it comes to creative ideas, I will never be of any help to anyone.  My artistic abilities are lacking and hover near nil.  Say hover near nil five times really fast!  Some Beautytalk readers may have already seen these, because I actually shared them there just before I intended on writing this article.  Well life and a million other things got in the way.  This is the look I came up with for my nails, which I painted on Valentine’s Day.

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Julep February 2015 Box All Aglow

In last month’s Article, I already established how much I love Julep and every detail I could think of about how a Maven membership works. For those choosing to read on without looking back, I will remind you that a Julep Maven Subscription is a great way to collect quality polishes and other products at a fantastic price. I will also remind you that the deals are fast and frequent, so it can get very expensive. You will have a lot to show for those expenses though.

For the second month in a row, Julep allowed basic subscriptions to select two beauty products and one polish. This is a big deal, because usually subscriptions that get two beauty products do not get a polish. The beauty products are more expensive than the polishes, so it is a great way to get a higher value box is to select the beauty products. Like all brands, Julep has some hits and misses when it comes to beauty products. I’ve personally found more hits than misses, so I like exploring the beauty products.

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Nails Featuring Polish Julep Nancy

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If you read my last nail polish installment, you may remember that I entered a nail polish challenge to keep me motivated to paint regularly and use some of the polishes I have collecting dust. My goal is not to repeat any (not counting base and top coats) until I have tried them all.  I’d also like to paint at least once a week.  As Julep makes it so easy to collect quality polishes at incredible prices, I own more Julep than any other brand.  I asked the readers to pick the polish color for this week, and I was happy to start with a Julep color. Continue reading

Julep January 2015 Birthstone and a Nail Polish Challenge

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My hands are not the best, so I have a love/hate relationship with nail polish. On the one hand (sorry that I could not help the pun), unkempt hands get ignored. That way, no one notices them. At the same time, all hands look better with a nice manicure and a little polish. Yes, more people will notice them, but at least they will look as good as they can. So, I invite all of you on my journey to keep my rough, man-hands polished as much as possible. I’ve joined a nail polish challenge and plan to paint my nails at least once a week for the remainder of 2015.

Nail polish Saturday will be my new “thing.” I started collecting nail polish in May 2013. Prior to that, I only owned a couple of older bottles that I tossed when my new collection started. That means my current collection is all less than two years old with some being very near the two year mark and others that just arrived today. My newest haul from Julep just came in with two polishes and a plush pout. Of course, I will always swatch new items for you.

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Julep January 2015 and Why all Julep Lovers Should Become Mavens

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Subscription Boxes are a great way to try new products with little cost. While I do discover some nice Julep branded items, this subscription is mostly about the nail polish with the other great finds considered added bonuses. I love Julep’s five free, vegan-friendly nail polish. It is not too thick or too thin. With proper care, making sure nails are clean and using a base coat as well as a top coat, the polish can last anywhere from 3-7 days. When I am doing heavy-duty stuff, I usually get closer to 3. I have gotten up to 7 on lighter weeks.  Glitter polishes tend to fall closer to 3, while opaque tends to fall closer to 7. This is decent quality polish. At $14 each, they fall in what I would call midrange polish. There are drugstore ones that retail for as low as $1, and Christian Louboutin and some of his friends can reach up to $50. Most of the higher end polishes range from $25 to $35.

The best thing about becoming a Julep Maven (which is what the brand calls its members) is you can buy the polish for a lot less than $14. The Maven price, if a Maven were to pay full price, is $11.20. That is because Mavens get 20% off everything. Mavens also get free shipping, and do not pay sales tax (at least in the state of Nevada) on orders. Those three savings alone can already help build a collection faster. Discounts are combinable with the Maven 20% off, and the discounts are free-flowing. There is always an offer of some sort inside your monthly box when it arrives.

This month’s offer is for 30% off with the code THIRTYOFF, valid through 01/31/15. Yes, it takes 30% off the $11.20 Maven price, not 30% off the full $14 price as some companies do. Last month’s box came with an offer for a free polish when you spend over $15 (after the free polish amount is removed), COLORFUN. It is also valid through 01/31/15. Julep codes tend to be double use, so if you place an order and decide a couple days later that you need more, you can use the same code once more. Some of the percentage off coupons cannot be combined with sales items. The free items usually can, so if you have a GWP code or a free polish code, you can use those offers with sales items.

I have wanted the color Emerson for some time. It has been out of stock, so I was very excited when I saw it back in stock just now. I tried to place a lightning fast order, but it despite showing availability, it is out of stock. As you can see though, it was going for $4.99. That means the 30% offer would not touch it, but it would count to meet the $15 minimum on the other code. If you’re ever uncertain how a code works, play around with it. Add and remove items from your cart until it works. The best part about the promo codes is they work even if you did not get a box that month. Just find someone willing to tell you what the code is.  It will work.

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Julep subscriptions are $24.99 a month with free shipping if you pay a month at a time or $19.99 a month with free shipping if you prepay 3 months at a time. Saving the $5 a month is worth the advance payment to me, so I pay 3 months at a time. What do you get for $19.99? Boxes come with either two full-sized beauty products, three full-sized polishes or two full-sized polishes and one beauty product. I usually opt for the third option, because it lets the polish be the star with the 2 to 1 ratio, but I also get to try the beauty products. Julep’s eyeliner is amazing, so I am glad I try the beauty products as well. The best part about the membership is you get to pick your items. It has you fill out a beauty profile like all other boxes and assigns you to a default box. If you do not like your box, you can select the swap button under each item and see different selection possibilities. There are a lot, so you will usually be able to find something you like even if you have to swap out all of your items.

You can also upgrade your box with up to 6 discounted items. These discounts usually run deep, so it is a great way to get a deal and try some other items or get extra polishes. If you pick up at least 3 of the 6 items, they send you a bonus surprise item. I like selecting at least 3 items, because I look forward to that surprise each month. It is nice picking and choosing my items, but I still get a bit of the mystery that comes with subscription boxes when I order 3 upgrades. There are usually at least a couple of very cheap options in the upgrades section, so you really do not need to spend much.

My default profile is Bombshell, and I usually swap out at least one item a month. For January 2015, I chose to stick with what they picked out for me. I liked the polish color, I want to try the new lip balm, and I love their eyeliner. It is not often that you get to combine two beauty products with a polish either.

Julep January 2015 Bombshell

The items if one were to pay full price would cost $24 for the Luxe Lip Treatment in Sheer Fig, $16 for the Navy Smoke Gel Eye Glider and $14 for the Sandi nail polish.

Julep Luxe Lip Sheer Fig

That means I paid $19.99 for $54 worth of product, but I also got free shipping and paid no tax.

Julep Gel Eye Glider Navy Smoke

Most of the beauty products are more expensive than the polishes, so I thought this was a nice way to get more value for the $19.99 I paid for the box. Julep Sandi is a deep gray-purple. Compare this to my other purple polishes.

Julep Sandi

The box I received this month was huge, because I picked larger upgrades than usual. You can see a normal sized box inside my huge box to give perspective on how big the box was. This is what it looked like when I opened it.

Julep January 2015 Big Box

The regular sized box was packed pretty tightly as well.

Julep January 2015 small box

This is what everything looked like laid out side by side. For the first time since I subscribed in May of 2014, Julep offered a bonus item just for selecting the box. I am hoping this becomes a normal bonus offered at least a couple of times a year.

Julep Tilda

The bonus item was a top coat called Tilda, which will likely retail for $14 when it hits the site.  In the picture below, it is the whitish colored polish with the green tint next to the eyeliner.  Compare this to my other treatments, base coats, and top coats.

Julep January 2015

Julep usually sends candies with every box for when we need a sugar boost. This month, we got Junior Mints. The Glycolic hand scrub, which retails for $23, was the free item for selecting three upgrades. I tried this for the first time a while after receiving it here. it is a nice hand scrub. While it is not the best I’ve ever tried, it exfoliates and leaves my hands feeling soft. That is all I need, so I will happily keep this freebie.

The three polishes to the left of the scrub are all top coats Silk Effect, Freedom Polymer and Oxygen, which was upgrade one (a trio of topcoats). Individually, the upgrades would have cost, $14, $18 and $18, so $50. I only paid $11.99 for them though.

Silk Effect is matte with a whitish tint. Compare this to my other treatments, base coats, and top coats.

Julep Silk Effect Top Coat

Freedom Polymer is pictured below, because I received it twice in this box.

The Oxygen Top Coat is mostly clear and semi matte. Compare this to my other treatments, base coats, and top coats.

Julep Oxygen Top Coat

The second upgrade was for this Dashing Mini Lipstick Kit in the shades Belle, Jinx and Wink. They cost me $9.99, but they retail for $40. I like all three colors, so I am looking forward to trying these.

Julep Lipstick Trio

I’ve tried the Plush Pouts in the past (which is a moisturizing lip pencil). Those are awesome, so I have high hopes for these as well.

Julep Wink, Jinx, and Belle

The last upgrade was for this set of mini polishes called The Royals. Inside, I received January, Gretchen, Zora, Lena, a Freedom Polymer topcoat and Ally. It retails for $42, but I got it as an upgrade for $9.99.

Julep The Royals Box

I have over 100 Julep polishes and these are my first minis. I’ve wanted to order some minis, because they looked cute. I held out for colors I wanted, and these fit the bill. With the 3 topcoats I added on the first upgrade, the one included here and the one I received for free, I got a total of 5 topcoats this month. Adding those to the ones I already own, and I am set for a while.

This is January. Compare this to my other red polishes.

Julep January

This is Gretchen. Compare this to my other salmon and wine polishes.

Julep Gretchen

This is Zora. Compare this to my other pink polishes.

Julep Zara

This is Lena. Compare this to my other green polishes.

Julep Lena

This is Ally. Compare this to my other blue polishes.

Julep Ally

Julep Freedom Polymer is clear and glossy. Compare this to my other treatments, base coats, and top coats.

Julep Freedom Polymer Top Coat

The best part about this haul is that all the items in the biggest Julep box I’ve seen only cost me $51.96. That was $19.99 for the box, two free items and $31.97 for the upgrades. Now, you see why I think Julep lovers should subscribe. It is really easy and relatively cheap to add items to your collection when you’ve subscribed.  All of the items in this box would retail at $223. That means my subscriber benefits saved me $171.04 on this box. There’s more though.

Every month you accept a box, Julep awards Jules. They also award 200 Jules for your birthday and 500 on your membership anniversary. The amount of Jules awarded can fluctuate anywhere between 350 to 800. It is almost always 350 (unless Julep awards a delayed shipping bonus). They awarded 1900 in August 2014 for shipping so late. That is extremely rare though, so just consider that a bonus should it happen. You can also earn 2000 Jules each month for spending over $50 on secret store items.  The secret store is only open a few days a month, but it usually has great deals even without the Jules. You can use the Jules to buy upgrades or even to cover your next box once you have 2000 available. That means you can theoretically get your box for free every month if you spend $50 at every secret store.

On the off-chance that you cannot find anything to swap out or just want to take a month off to save some money, Julep allows you to skip any month you want. What does that mean? You will not be charged for a box and nothing will be sent if you select the skip option.  If you want to gift someone a Julep box, you can even ask them to send your box to someone else any month you want. The possibilities are endless with this subscription. It is by far the most versatile subscription on the market. It is very easy to spend a lot with all the amazing deals Julep offers, but you do not need to spend much at all thanks to the skip option. This subscription really works with a number of budgets.

New members can really benefit from mystery boxes, which Julep offers frequently. It sends you items valued much higher than the charge. The catch is you will not know what the items are.  For anyone with a vast Julep collection, there is a great chance of getting duplicate surprises. Thus, I usually pass on these. Currently, Julep is offering a box worth over $100 for only $24.99. Items in the picture may or may not appear in your specific box. If you miss this one, don’t fret. These mystery boxes are offered frequently.

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Julep Beauty Box Subscription

You can cancel, swap items, send your box to a friend or skip months whenever you want. If you want to join Julep, visit my Julep Maven page to see all start-up offers. Visit my regular Julep page to see more offers for shopping. All polishes above are swatched once. They get darker with more swatches. See all Julep Subscription articlesTips For Getting the Best Deal lays out every way I can think of to save money at Julep. View my main page for the guide map to the site and deeper deal exploration.

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