Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Nov 2015
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 theme.
Square Hue kindly sent me this box to review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Square Hue
The Cost: $19.99 a month
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).
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your Wish List or Subscription List!
Square Hue Polish in Never Forget 2001
Square Hue Polish in Idol 2002
Silver metallic on the left, and micro glitter on the right. (Swatched below).
Square Hue Polish in Hurricane 2005
This is a platinum metallic shade.
Here are all the shades swatched:
Verdict: The major issue I have with this box isn’t with the nail polishes, but the names of these polishes. Every box so far has had different names of polishes based on the decade it is inspired by, but I think this is the first time I’ve seen them name polishes after tragedies. Technically the 2001 polish is named Never Forget and not September 11th, but the 2005 polish is just named Hurricane, and I can’t figure out how naming a nail polish after Hurricane Katrina is a good idea.
Naming issues aside, I’ve been very impressed with the Square Hue polish formula.
What do you think of the November 2015 Square Hue box?