Julep Black Friday Deal – Nail Polish for $1!

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The Julep Black Friday Deal is live! You can get a select nail polish for only $1 with coupon code ONE. (You must have at least one other item in your cart to use this deal). Limit one per customer.

FYI – the $1 eligible polishes are marked with a little $1:

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Details from Julep:
*Offer expires 11/30/2014 at 11:59pm PT, or while supplies last. Select polish shades are $1 with any julep.com purchase. Promotional code ONE must be entered at checkout. To receive (SPOILER ALERT!) polish for $1, add selected shade from BLACK FRIDAY MADNESS catalog to shopping bag in addition at least 1 other julep.com product. Offer may not be combined with any other promotional code, and is limited to one $1 polish per order and one order per customer. Black Friday deals may not be combined with any other promotional offer or discount. No exchanges or returns on $1 polish. No adjustments on previous purchases. Taxes vary by location.

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!

Posted in Subscription Box Holiday Deals| 10 comments


  1. Liz – Do you remember what the Black Friday ‘surprises’ were supposed to be worth?
    I bought #’s 1-4 @ $4.99, $4.99, $6.99, and $6.99 but I thought that it was supposed to be that price for higher valued things like $15-$28. I only received 5 polishes and they were bad and old!

    • Sorry – I don’t remember 🙁 I’d contact Julep to let them know you’re disappointed though. Maybe they will make it right?

      • Yeah I will try – one is half empty and solid as a rock! At least for that one. Thanks!

  2. If you use a top coat it will not chip for at least 5-7days. I get mad because if I don’t use a top coat they chip within a day or two. but I LOVE julep polishes.
    I just got Marla from my November box and after two coats, (no top coat, no base coat) I wore to work for three days and no chipping at all. (the only places the was coming off a little was the tip of the nail but no one else but me could see it.). And the shine on Marla was so gorgeous.
    I love Julep for the most part and I have quite a bit. I’ve been a maven for a year and have bought almost every montly box 4/16) plus pretty much ever mystery box they had. (except two over the spring and summer because I was getting dupes.)
    I love their colors, I love how it looks on. I love their top coat. They’re great. a little over priced, but great.

    • I get chips with any polish after 1 day, Julep included. Yes, I (always) use a top coat. I have tried about 6 different top coats. Same thing every time.

      The least chippy polish I have found so far is Nails Inc. gel effect polish. I like Julep, but different colors perform differently for me. I got chips in the July birthstone polish after 1 day, some of their other glitters last longer.

  3. Thanks for the heads up…. I bought Eden for $4.99 and got a $14 polish (the celery green one) for $1. $5.99 for two polishes works for me. 🙂

    One of the add on choices is a 2-pack of freedom polymer topcoat for $9.99. This is a great price — it’s usually $14+ for one bottle. And I adore this topcoat.

  4. Are julep polishes any better at staying on than other popular brands like opi ot essie etc?

    • I personally think the staying power of all three is similar… my main problem with Julep is the drying process- often the surface dries and the layer of polish doesn’t, so it forms a “jelly” sort of thing and easily get print marks. But I still buy Julep polishes, I’m a total sucker for them.

    • I personally don’t think so – I went through my Julep phase last year and still have quite a collection left because I’ll often reach for another brand over those polishes. There are really only a couple I would still consider repurchasing now that I’m no longer a Maven because of the finish. I would say that the majority of my Julep polishes chip faster than my OPI (but again, it might be specific to the finish – i.e. microglitter vs creme has a different lifespan on my nails). I don’t think Julep’s claim to fame is that their polish is long-lasting though.

    • I personally think Julep chips faster than OPI or Essie. That is why I stopped buying them. The next day I have to begin with the touch ups already….

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