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Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Feb 2015

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Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Feb 2015 Box

Square Hue is a monthly nail polish subscription box. They create their own colors in house for every box, donate a portion of their sales to charity, and give each box a a theme.

Square Hue kindly sent me this box to review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Feb 2015 Colors

The Subscription Box: Square Hue

The Cost: $19.99 a month

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The Products: 3 Fresh new shades each month (all Square Hue polish is 3-Free)

Ships to: US and Canada

Extra Info: You can pause your membership at any time, and a portion of the sales from every box go to charity. (Learn more about HueGive).

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Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Feb 2015 Pink

Square Hue Polish in Tunic 1910

Square Hue Polish in Kewpies 1912

These shades are my favorites this month – I love classic peach and pink shades. Plus I really like the finish of their high gloss creme formula!

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Feb 2015 Green

Square Hue Polish in War Crinoline 1915

Here is the swatch card for the shades:

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Feb 2015 Info

Verdict: As always, I’m happy with the formulas of Square Hue’s polishes, and I think their color collections each month are on-trend. The green shade probably isn’t something I’d wear often, but the pink and peach shades will get a lot of use!

What do you think of the February Square Hue box?

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!
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6 Comments

  1. I got two boxes : a surprise box, which was the December 2014 (Rovaniemi) and the February one. They both arrived a few days apart, which I found a bit curious since I thought they left at the same time.

    The February 1910 box was a good start for a nail polish newbie like me. Tunic and Kewpies are very simple and classic colors that I’ll be able to fit with probably almost anything since they’re close to nude colors. War Crinoline is a nice dark green color (and I do like green) that I think I’ll be able to wear a little bit more by itself since it’s dark.

    I’ll be honest I was a bit disappointed to receive Rovaniemi as a surprise box since it was more Christmas themed (the colors are still very pretty though) and I would have liked a bigger range of colors. But now I can try to do some mix and match (though I’ll start by being able to do the basic coating).

  2. First box! LOVE the colors 🙂 super excited to try the formula.

  3. My first box, and I love it! I’ll get a lot of use out of the pink and coral…not crazy about the green…I guess that will go up for swap!

  4. Is this better than julep?

    • Personally, I liked the formula a lot better than Julep. If we had a chance to see what the shades were each month, it’d definitely be a better choice, IMO.

      If you’re up for wearing anything, I’d absolutely go with Square Hue over Julep!

      • I agree 100%. Julep polishes are half the size and due to being “5 free” tend to go bad in a matter of months, meaning they dry up/become gooey and unusable. I just threw away more than a dozen 9 month old or less Julep bottles for that reason.

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