SquareHue The Adventure Collection: Museum Hop Paris | November 2016

SquareHue is a nail polish subscription where you can receive either 3 full size polishes a month for $21 or 2 polishes for $16 a month, depending on your preference. Every month, I am pleasantly surprised with the color variety that is always spot on with the theme of the year/month. With every subscription, a portion of the proceeds are contributed to prevention awareness of human trafficking.


I really love every single color in this month’s box! My favorite is Pompidou. It is a coppery brown holographic polish. This is my favorite because of the holographic finish. I try to get a holographic polish in every Julep box because I just loveee how the polish makes it look like you have a galaxy on your nails. It’s so sparkly and just amazing!

Louvre is a beautiful matte gray. I am excited about this color because I love gray nail polishes, it’s a matte finish which is super on trend currently, and I don’t think I’ve ever used a matte polish before.

The third color is also super on trend! It is called d’Orsay and it has a high gloss creme finish. Peach tones are all the hype, so I’m not surprised to see this shade in this month’s box. I love the way it looks on the nail wheel, I can’t say whether or not I’ll love it on my hands though. We shall find out soon enough!

Louvre and d’Orsay are opaque in two coats. It took 3 coats for Pompidou to become opaque.

 

Aren’t they beautiful??


What do you think about this month’s polishes? Let me know in the comments!

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