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Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – April 2015

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Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – April 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 – April 2015 Items

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 – April 2015 Polish

Square Hue Polish in WPA 1935

All the polishes this month are high gloss cremes – my favorite! This one is probably my favorite shade – it feels very summery to me.

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – April 2015 Purple

Square Hue Polish in Boardgame 1934

Square Hue Polish in Tomorrowland 1939

These shades are very on trend for spring/summer, the boardgame shade may be a little too bold for me though!

Here are all the shades swatched:

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – April 2015 Swatch

Verdict: I think Square Hue is a great polish-only subscription box. I like their formula, and I think they do a great job of getting on-trend shades/finishes in every box.

What do you think of the April 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 love Square Hue polishes. For me, the formula works much better than Julep. Minimal chipping and pretty long lasting. This month’s might be my favorite colors I’ve gotten. I love the purple/pink and have gotten a ton of compliments.

    My only wish is that they sold a top and base coat!

  2. I’ve done this sub before, and liked all the shades, but the polish chips so bad for me. I’m always tempted to resub until I remember why I didn’t keep it. Great colors but I’m sticking with julep

  3. I like the packaging of SquareHue and the few polishes I got were very nice. For those who think this is an expensive box, just be aware that SquareHue gives a portion of their profit to a cause. For a while, they’ve been donating 30% of their monthly profit to fight human trafficking (A21 campaign). That’s a huge portion! So I think the fact that some of the money is reinvested into causes such as this one makes it worth the price.

  4. I LOVED Square Hue, I think their formulas were fantastic (much better than Julep), but I didn’t like not knowing what was coming. 🙁

    If they’d just sell them in their store, or give a preview of one of the polishes, or a color scheme or SOMETHING for the month ahead, I’d be all over it!

  5. The price seems high for a sub box – it’s what I’d pay at the drug store for 3 polishes, picking out exactly what I want. For the gamble of what I’m getting, I’d expect a lower price or more products.

  6. They look unremarkable. Twenty dollars for three nail polishes? No, thanks. At $10 I could think about it.

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