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The 5 Best Nail Polish Subscription Boxes

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Nail Polish Subscription Boxes - The 5 Best Services

Nail Polish is one of my favorite items to get in monthly subscription boxes. (In fact, I get so much nail polish from subscriptions I haven’t bought a single polish from a store in over a year!)

If you are looking to get a new nail polish shade every few months, Birchbox and Ipsy are great options. Every 3 months or so I usually get a full-sized or adorable mini nail polish from each of those beauty boxes. (Check out my Birchbox reviews and Ipsy reviews).

However, if you want to get nail polish delivered to your door every month without exception – here is my list of the top 5 Nail Polish subscription boxes:

LIST UPDATED February 2016:

Nail Polish Subscription Boxes - The 5 Best Services

Julep Maven – $24.99 a month ($19.99 a month with 3-month subscription; ships to the US and Canada. (My Julep Maven Reviews)

I believe Julep Maven is the original monthly nail polish service, and I’m a big fan of this subscription. (I’ve been a subscriber for over a year now).

How it works: To sign up, you’ll take a quick profile quiz, and they’ll match you with a box profile: Classic with A Twist, Modern Beauty, It Girl, Boho Glam, or Bombshell. They release their new collection every month on the 20th, and you can go with the colors associated with your profile, or choose a different box. (FYI – Classic with a Twist, Boho Glam, and Bombshell each feature two nail polishes and one signature beauty product, It Girl features 3 nail polishes, and Modern Beauty features 2 beauty products).

In addition to the nail polish colors you pick, you also get a new beauty product from Julep. Julep Nail Polish retails for $14 a bottle, and the beauty product they include usually ranges from $25-$35, so on an average month you get over $50 of nail polish and beauty product for only $19.99.

Julep also rewards their subscribers with perks like 20% off and free shipping on anything in the Julep store, and a Secret Store that opens up once a month for 72 hours with nail polish and other items on sale at a deep discount.

COUPON: Use this link to get your first Julep Maven box for free when you buy a 3-month subscription, or get your first month for 50% off.


Nail Polish Subscription Boxes - The 5 Best Services

Square Hue – $21, ships to the US and Canada (Read my Square Hue Reviews)

If you are looking for just polish and nothing else – Square Hue might be the right box for you. Each month they have a theme that they design their colors around, and they send subscribers a box of 3 new curated shades. The colors are always very current for the season, the polish formula is 3-free and Made in the USA, and the box and packaging are super cute too!

COUPON – Sign up for their newsletter to get a bonus box offer!

Bonus Points: You can easily skip or pause your subscription from your online account. AND they donate a portion of every monthly subscription to charity!

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The Monthly Mani Box ($30) and The Monthly Mani Kit ($10) from SCRATCH – Free shipping to the US, $8 International

(Read our Monthly Mani Box reviews)

The Monthly Mani Box 3 sets of 16 nail wraps, accents & extras and a surprise gift in each box. (For the Monthly Mani Kit it is one set of nail wraps).



Nail Polish Subscription Boxes - The 5 Best Services

Color Me Monthly – $7, ships to the US (Read my Color Me Monthly Reviews)

If you are looking to get a monthly nail polish fix and want to keep things in budget too, Color Me Monthly is a great affordable option. For $7 a month they ship one new exclusive nail polish to your door. Their polish is made in the USA and 3-free.

Want to see a list of every nail polish box? Check out the Nail Polish Subscription Box Directory!

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Hey! I have a question…. for the Julep Maven, you have to pay $19.99 every month, or it’s just the subscription??

  2. I have been a Julep Maven for almost 2 years now and LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!! I have had one issue in that time and was taken care of by them immediately. I as well do not work for Julep but would LOVE to!!

  3. Bondi has cancelled their subscription service without shipping the September and October boxes, as they claimed as late as last week. Hope everyone gets their money back! The “supporting charitable organizations” part may have not been true too. Disgraceful.

  4. I actually recently discovered a new site called Nailette ( that gives you mini bottles each month. I think this is pretty awesome because I always have trouble finishing full-size bottles. It’s $10/month for 2 colors and $15/month for 3.

  5. I love Julep. I try & tell myself to skip months to save money! Their boxes are always amazing, and I even love their beauty products. They have excellant customer service, and when they make a mistake (almost never, but nobody’s perfect) they more than make up for it. I promise I don’t work there I just love them!

  6. Thank you for this post!! I’m a Julep Maven and I’ve been wanting to try another nail polish subscription box service lately.

    “Hi, my name is Tiara and I’m addicted to nail polish.”

  7. I love nail polish but I’d rather pick out my own colors.

  8. The only one I’ve tried so far is Julep, and I love it. I may have to try the Blackbox though because I’m interested in getting more into nail art.

  9. I get Bondi (love it!) and Julep (some months are more worth it than others), and I also get The INN Box from Inzuri, which so far as been great – it’s three polishes (China Glaze, Essie, Orly, etc.), a deluxe beauty sample, and an extra like a nail brush or toe separators.

  10. Love CMM! Not a fan of Julep at all (recently canceled that sub). Have yet to try the others out!

  11. The only Nail Polish box I subscribe to is Julep. I like their beauty products as well as their polishes are 4-free. I love the Freedom Top Coat too!

  12. Julep us the best one! Never had any problems!!

  13. I’m surprised to see Bondi on this list considering they were late with their box last month and failed to deliver it at all this month.

    • Thanks for pointing that out – I’ll add that detail to the post. I’m giving Bondi the benefit of the doubt and hope they get their shipping down by October!

    • I had this problem for my September box too! As far as I can tell, their October one is supposed to be on time. I didn’t have any trouble with the month before though…

  14. I love all of these! I’ve never done a subscription box before, but I have one coming next week and I’m so excited! I want to blog about some of them- then I stumbled upon your blog and I was in shock and awe! I had no idea that all of these services existed and I’m super excited to utilize your website for what I feel will become my own subscription addiction!

  15. I love Julep. Their nail polish always seems to stay on longer without chipping. I also get the Color Me Monthly bottle, they are very good with communication if there is a problem, either with my account or the production process. I get the Cult box too, I am not too sure yet about the polish quality, but their boxes are fun with the tools and ideas.

  16. Just so you know, Blackbox ships to the US and Canada!

    • Thanks! Any additional shipping charges to Canada?

  17. I love all of them but Julep!, Julep has given me bad consumer service in the past times and times again!

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