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Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Nov 2014

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Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Nov 2014 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 – Nov 2014 Colors

The Subscription Box: Square Hue

The Cost: $19.99 a month

COUPON: Sign up for their newsletter to get a free box deal!

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 – Nov 2014 Info

This month the destination from the Passport Collection is Prague.

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Nov 2014 Polish

Square Hue Polish in Parizska

Square Hue Polish in Na Prikope

I am in love with this grey creme with glitter – it is the perfect somewhat-understated holiday/party polish for me! I’m not a huge fan of the other grey creme though since it has some green undertones which don’t seem very flattering.

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Box Review – Nov 2014 Shimmer

Square Hue Polish in Vaclavske Namesti

This plum wine microshimmer is another win for me – it’s perfect for now and through the winter months!

Verdict: I love the microshimmer and glitter polishes this month! The only maybe-miss for me is the grey-green creme. (But then again I may try it out and discover I love it too!) Aside from the specific shades this month, in general I’m a fan of the Square Hue polish formula – it has good staying power.

What do you think of the November 2014 Square Hue shades?

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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  1. Are we about done with the round the world travel? The cities were exciting and well colored, but the names do get tiresome. Plum Wine is so much easier to say than Vaclavske Nameske. Here’s an idea, let’s do states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado… alpha order or by geographic region. Or is that too ethnocentric? Or flowers! Rose, hyacinth, hollyhock, tulip, narcissus, edelweiss, iris, dandelion, lily, there is no color that isn’t in a flower somewhere. So much for my blathering. Hey, I just want that box. Colors are a bit odd for autumn, but not bad, different, classy, creative.

  2. I can’t wait to get mine! I love the Square Hue formula!

  3. I’m wearing this month’s colors right now! I used Na Prikope on my fingernails with Parizska on accent nails. I love that the colors coordinate so well. Formula is great on these two.

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