I recently got a lot of Nail Mail, and I would like to share it with you.

First up – The Julep Warehouse Sale
I received an email telling me that I should respond now in order to get on the VIP, early bird list. Then, I received an email in the middle of the day that the sale was on. When I got to the website, most of the good stuff was already sold out. However, I did manage to snag a few goodies for cheap.


All of this cost me $20 flat, along with free shipping.

Backyard BBQ -Abbie and Natasha- $5

Brandt and Alma from the Trina Turk Fashion Week collection – $4 and $3 respectively

Pomegranate Scrub and Body Creme – $2 each


4 Cabochon rings, just because. $1 each.


It took a long time, with the shopping cart acting wonky on the site. The cause was probably a gajillion nail junkies feverishly clicking like me. But, it was well worth the struggle.

Then, I went to Target for hair conditioner and gel. Somehow this polish latched on to me and wouldn’t let go. Essie Play Date.


So, my next shipment received was my Julep Maven July box. The good thing about this month, is I was able to have add-ons for $5 each.

Blakely and Joanna




The All-American set from my 4th of July manicure.


The most harmless nail polish remover I ever tried. It’s oil based, so it conditions and rehydrates your nails while you remove basic polish. Glitter polish takes a little while longer to remove.


And a body care goodie. Lightweight Spray oil to use after a shower on those really hot days.


I got the add-ons using the points that I have accumulated.

My last shipment came from ULTA.

From left to right we have Seche Vite Restore, Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat, OPI Lights of Emerald City, China Glaze Purple Panic, Rose Among Thorns, and Yellow Polka Dot Bikini.
The China Glaze and Seche products were buy 2, get 1 free.
I also added a nail art tool set from Red Carpet Manicure. New brushes to play with, and more nail art to come.

So, which color should I use first? I have so much to add to my untried list. Sigh! Finding a sale and using Julep Maven points have been so good to me.