Triple P Giveaway + Julep

I’ve seen pictures floating around Pinterest of stylish ways to display the hundreds (one girl, I kid you not, had thousands!) of nail polishes we have swimming in our drawers (or scattered around the house.)  I am a huge fan of organization – oddly shaped bottles that won’t stack or line up neatly kill me.  I have three reasons to love Julep: the bottle shape (uniformly nestles and stacks in just about everything,) the colors, and the fact that they are toxin free (the 4-free they say!)  

Not only do they sell fun colors, they have a Maven subscription program – they will ship you a box full of goodies each month.  Based on your style profile, Julep will send you a monthly box full of goodies (October’s even had candy corn!)  My style profile is Simply Classic.  This is the introductory box they sent (and the box you could win in your personalized profile style!)
How do you make cute little polka dots, you ask?
Using the tiniest dollop of polish, dip the end of the sewing pin (even the pins with the ball on the end work!) and start dotting away!
What do you think?  Do you want to Julep?
If you don’t want to wait, go to Julep.com, use code PRETTYPOLISHEDPERFECT at checkout to get your first Maven box for 1 cent!  That’s right, $.01!  You can even send one to a friend – the holidays are officially here!
Enter the Rafflecopter below (if the form isn’t showing, click the link)  Good Luck!

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Comments

  1. I bought a spice rack to organize and display my Essie nail polish. I only have room for three more – I think I have a problem!

  2. You are of course simply classic! I am bombshell. ha ha! Also tell your followers they can sign up for $.01 using the code PENNY for the first month! xoxo

  3. They get the first month for $.01 with the code PRETTYPOLISHEDPERFECT as well! Hmmmm……didn't I mention that somewhere? Where is my brain, lol?
    Erin B.

    http://prettypolishedperfect.com

  4. Cute nailstyle! I love the colors:)

    http://theprintedsea.blogspot.de

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