Julep's Lynn is described on their site as a "Nude, blush pearl" color. I think that the pearl is the marbellized, almost metallic looking finish. It almost tiptoes into streaky-land, but with a good top coat, I don't mind the finished look. What do you think?
I am not a Julep Maven, but have acquired a few of their polishes through blog sales and from the kindness of friends. Thanks for this one, Samantha! The color is striking yet subtle, work friendly, and right up my alley:
With two coats, the brush strokes are less visible, and the end result is nice:
Aaah, I miss my square nails!! I am working on getting them back to this shape after a recent, dumb decision of a chop. As much as I like this color, I am still not convinced to sign up to be a Maven. Are you a Julep Maven? What do you like and dislike about the service??
Should I try Julep?? Leave comments below please!
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