Julep Beauty Box November 2016 Subscription Box Review + Free Box Coupons

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Julep Beauty Box is Julep’s monthly subscription box — from nail polish to makeup to skincare, they cover everything but mostly focus on nails. It’s completely customizable — you can choose a pre-curated box or pick and choose what you like. You can skip your box or send it to a friend.

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DEAL: If you’re not a subscriber, you can get a free 12-piece full-sized nail polish gift when you subscribe to Julep.  Get a savings of $5 per month if you prepay for 3 months! Julep is skippable and giftable, so we recommend the longer term. Join by the 18th and you’ll be able to select your first box!

Julep is now CLOSED!

Check out FREE BOX deals here and the latest and best coupon codes on every box, including beauty boxes, here!

If you’re a current Julep Maven you can use these codes when you shop at Julep (and of course you have free shipping!)

  • Save $10 on a $25+ order! Use coupon code OCT10. Expires 11-30-2016

  • Get a free polish with a $10+ order! Use coupon code FREENOVEMBER. Expires 12-31-2016

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The theme for this box is Light & Shadow!

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Everything in my box! Julep’s Beauty Box subscription is customizable – you can swap out products to get exactly what you want from the available selections. I picked exactly what I wanted. Plus a got a little piece of candy!

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All the creme to powder shadow colors! Some new shades were featured this month in the beauty section. Typically Julep will have a brand new beauty item launch, new seasonal colors, or something similar – Julep isn’t just nail polish.

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Julep Eyeshadow 101 Creme-to-Powder Eyeshadow Stick in Copper Shimmer ($18) The shadow stick is double ended, and it always makes me happy to see that it’s paraben-free. The entire brand is something I feel comfortable recommending for teens.

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I’m so excited about this color – it’s just so gorgeous and coppery and the fall shade is delicious – and the giant smudger is super great!

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One swatch straight up, and the other smudged out.   It really applies smoothly and there are so many looks you can create with smudging and layered application. After you smudge it, it stays! You can also apply it with the smudger if apply the color somewhere else first and then load up the foam part.

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Julep Oxygen Bonding Base Coat ($14) I really needed base coat, so I selected this item! I use Julep base coat all the time, and I like to always make sure I have a base coat on so my nails don’t stain and my color lasts longer.

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Julep Nail Color ($14) I picked only one color, and it was a color that I absolutely had to have – Carrie Ann! It’s described as a blush sheer holographic and it has micro-holo particles in it and it’s perfect. If you’re not going red for holiday, do this.

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It’s really impossible to see the full effect, but here’s a shot right after I did my nails!

And the official swatch! It’s just gorgeous – I totally recommend picking one up!

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What did you pick in your Julep Beauty Box this month? I was really happy with my low key selections – easy party perfect beauty products that will keep me set all season long! I really loved the rest of the pretty colors (see them all here), but I was happy with my choices.

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  • Susan Burge (@georgiarealist)

    I didn’t need any eye shadow (and really don’t need nail polish, but that’s never stopped me!), so I picked the Voila! polish thinner, Mercedes (canyon rose metallic) and Keila (putty multidimensional holographic). Can’t resist the shiny things. The one you got looks pretty, too.

    • Susan Burge (@georgiarealist)

      Oh, and the marble gold foil, too. Forgot I got that! Like I said, shiny things…