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Julep Maven April 2016 Spoilers + Free Box Coupon!

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We have a sneak peek at the Julep Maven April collection! The selection window opens on the 20th.

FYI – if you haven’t signed up for Julep Maven yet, if you sign up for your first box by 3/18, you will also be eligible for the April 2016 box selection!

Here are the nail polish shades:


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And here is the new beauty product:

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Love Your Bare Face Detoxifying Cleansing Balm Stick

Meet the newest member of the Bare Face family.

What it is:

A blend of natural oils and fruit enzymes that remove dirt, oil, and impurities while gently exfoliating for a deep-down clean.

What it does:

  • Rice bran oil dives deep to purge impurities
  • Grapefuit peel oil evens skin tone
  • Camellia seed oil hydrates and clarifies skin
  • Pomegranate fruit enzyme exfoliates gently

What do you think of the Julep Maven collection for April 2016? I’m intrigued by this Cleansing Balm Stick!

If you haven’t signed up for Julep Maven yet:

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Now through the 18th, when you sign up for a Julep Maven subscription, the free box offer applies to the April selections! (Usually, they have a Welcome Box offer, and you don’t get to make selections until your second box).

Here is how it works:

Sign up with this link and use coupon code FIRSTBOX (Do this by the 18th)

You can get a free box if you sign up for a 3-month subscription ($19.99 a box) or 50% off your first box (regularly $24.99)

On the 20th, you will get an email from Julep for April selections, and the April box will be your first 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!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I love these fun, bright pops of color!! It’s such a refreshing change from the darks and neutrals of Fall & Winter. I’m soooo ready for SPRING!!

    • Completely agree! While I love darker colors and neutrals for the cooler months, I’m ready for the change of warmer weather and bright colors. I skipped last month, but this month’s colors look great!

      • Am I the only one who totally doesn’t care if polish colors match the season?

        • Nope! I wear whatever colors in whatever season. I also don’t especially match to what I wear clothes-wise, unless it’s a really special occasion (like when my kids got married). I have tons of polish, and just rotate through them. If it happens to be a season or outfit matching color, then it’s purely accidental.

  2. Love these colors. I’ll be grabbing the blue and the poppy color. Also really excited to try the solid cleansing balm for travel. I’m in for April!

  3. Not a fan of jellies. Looks like I will be skipping this month.

    • They might not be jellies. I was just speculating. However, I need any excuse to stop getting more nail polish…I have so many and I don’t know which one to use next.

  4. Not crazy about the colors and definitely not interested in the solid cleanser. I recently got one in Pop Sugar, maybe the February box. Not to say it’s bad, I just haven’t tried it yet. I’m happy to skip another month. I would like to buy a mystery box if I knew it would be more makeup or skincare heavy instead of nail polish heavy.

    • I can’t wait until they get into lip-liners. I have been trying to find a dupe for one that I used to use 20 years ago….it was the perfect nude color if you have blue undertones. One of the great things about this subscription is that I am turning over my make-up much quicker, as it is affordable to get replacements. Much more hygienic than using products when they really should be discarded.

      • I like the thought of them doing a lipliner!!! I swatched the eyeliner on the back of my hand and it stayed on for over 24 hours! (With me being a frequent hand washer!) Had to remove it with a waterproof eye makeup remover! Still had beautiful color!

  5. I love the bright colors, and will love them even more if they’re jellies!

  6. I just signed up for Julep, do I get to pick the first box, or will they just send one? But I should be able to pick my selections for April right?

    • If you signed up through the offer listed in this post, you’ll get to pick the items in your first box from the April selections! 🙂 Hope that helps!

    • If not, call their customer service, they are awesome!

    • I am looking forward to trying their stick face cleanser! I have been using their Bare Face cleanser.. I am loving it! I have eczema, dryness on my normally combination skin makes my eczema worse… Their oil based cleanser has been great! I get their shower gel – only during the secret store time!

      • Have they brought out a video about the April haul?

  7. Looks interesting for the gym or travel.

  8. I’ve been skipping my Maven boxes the past few months, but that solid cleanser has my interest. I’m in for April.

  9. I didn’t think I was going to like the metallics from March…until I saw them in person. I am wondering if they are jellies…if they are, I am in (again).

  10. That cleansing balm stick looks really interesting… I might have to get a box this month to try that out. And I want to know how to paint my nails to get that effect like the pic?

    • I believe that’s the water marbling trick with jelly colors.

    • A fun thing about sheer brights is it’s really easy to get that effect without doing anything complicated like water marbling or using sponges for gradients. The polish consistency is very watery, so she just dropped colors on and swirled them together with a dotting tool or a toothpick, or maybe just the polish brush itself. Layer them over a metallic silver instead of white and they have this awesome look of depth and glow to them.

      • Thanks Jen & Jenn!
        I might have to try doing this to my nails

  11. not wild about these so glad I can choose other colors

    • My thoughts exactly…

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