Saturday, June 13, 2015

Square Hue Nail Polish Subscription Review, June 2015 + FREE Surprise Box Code!

It's rare for a subscription company to choose an annual theme...then stick with it for an entire year! But with its ambitious "Decades" collection, that's exactly what Square Hue has done.  I've been looking forward to the June box since it's now time for the 1950's. Square Hue did a great job of capturing the upbeat mood of this fun and happy post-war decade in the three beautiful shades subscribers received this month.  

To quickly take care of business, Square Hue is $14.99 per month plus $5.00 for shipping ($9.00 for Canada).  You get three premium nail polishes each month.  If you order now, you'll get the July box which will celebrate the 1960's.  (For some reason, "The Mod Squad" immediately leaps to mind!)

Here are the colors from the June box; bright, cheery and fun!  They have started including a card where you can swatch the colors in case you want to catalog the enormous nail polish collection you are amassing with this subscription!

You can see the shades better by looking at the backs of the bottles.  I really think the '50's trio is my favorite yet.  (I know--I've said that before, but I really mean it this time!)

Here are color swatches for all three polishes.  These are all high gloss creme shades.

From left to right, first is Palm Springs, circa 1950.  This may be the prettiest green nail polish shade I've come across.  (I want an accent wall in my house to be this color!) 
Second is Bel Air, circa 1957, clearly a reference to the coolest car of the decade. This classic aqua blue makes me think of American Graffiti and all the cars parked at Mel's Drive-In. Third is Sock Hop, circa 1958.  This reminds me of the ultimate cool girl, Pinky Tuscadero and all things "Grease".

I'd be hard pressed to choose a favorite from this group but if I had to, it would be the green....such an unusual and beautiful color and it inspires me beyond just the ends of my fingers!  All in all, this was a great collection and I think Square Hue did an amazing job of capturing the feel of the '50's via color.

If you're interested in trying Square Hue, use code surprise14 for a free box when you subscribe.  I believe that signing up for their newsletter will also get you the free box.

Let the polishing begin!


Disclosure:  Views and opinions expressed in this blog are strictly my own.  Product discussed in this post was purchased by Lone Star Shopper. Post does not contain referral or affiliate links.

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