This piece, written by Julep CEO Jane Park, originally appeared on Forbes.com. One of the questions I hear most from young people in the workplace is how to ask for a promotion. I am a big fan of taking charge of your own career. After all, you can’t sit back and expect someone else to […]
And you thought it just taught people about romance. How a movie can be its own mini-M.B.A.
All of us at Julep are so thrilled with the results of our Plié Wand crowdfunding campaign. Thanks to you—and over 6,200 fellow polish lovers—we raised over $140,000 to fund the production of our innovative new nail polishing tool. Along the way, we got some really fantastic feedback that helped us make it even better. […]
Every February, my whole family has fun planning our annual Oscars party. Although I’d love to invite everyone, we’re limited by the physical space constraints of our house. Instead, I thought I’d share our family secrets on how to throw an Oscars party.
The Julep Plié Wand is a whole new (and better) way to polish your nails. Hi everyone, I’m so excited to share the most innovative new product we’ll launch this year – the Julep Plié Wand. When you talk, we listen…and one thing we hear all the time is “I’m so bad at polishing my […]
First, I can’t properly celebrate 2014 without sharing a heart felt THANK YOU to all of you who made it possible for Julep to grow in so many ways in 2013.
From messy bouffants to multitasking eyeshadow
Jane shares her secrets and tricks of the trade so that YOU can get the same long lasting manicure that we offer in our parlors.
Our CEO, Jane Park, gives you her guide to a good pedicure. Find out how Jane does her feet and take advantage of a sweet deal on polish at the jump!
My friend Lisa Chick suggested this Brene Brown Ted Talk to me, which was recommended to her by Melinda Gates. I think it’s one of the most brilliant insights I’ve come across in a while (even though I’m inclined to be suspicious of the theater of Ted Talks, at least until they call me up on the stage . . .).
What if we all embraced our vulnerability?