Classic with a Twist Finish: Crème
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The most classic finish. Glossy, smooth, easy to apply.


Rich, flat color. No gloss or shine whatsoever.


A matte-metallic finish with texture and and micro-glitter.


Big, easy-to-see sparkle flakes. Glitter polish is textural, for smoother, use a top coat.


The same amount of sparkle as Glitter, but smaller flakes. Best for layering over color.


For nails that twinkle. A base of color and tiny flakes of shimmer mixed into one bottle.


Also known as pearlescent. Icy-toned shine, visible brush strokes.


Tiny rainbow colored flakes in the polish. Best seen in sunlight.


This finish glistens like the inside of a sea shell.


Also called duochrome. Color changes between two or more hues depending on the angle of looking at it.


Shiny, metal-looking finish. Most popular in golds, silvers, and coppers.


A layering polish. Creates a shattered texture look when put on top of another color.


A smooth, almost mirror-like metallic shine.

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SKU# 06-01-00069

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Quick Overview

Color Description

Polo pink crème

Color Description
Polo pink crème

What makes Julep Nail Polish so great?
Our professional chip-resistant formulation is fast drying and highly pigmented. It is a fun way to make the season’s latest shades accessible to everyone. And because we’ve tested our trend-setting toxin-free nail polish and products in over 100,000 manicures and pedicures in our parlors, we have a good idea of what works and what our clients love.

Julep nail polish is 5-free and vegan-friendly. We steer clear of formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, DBP, camphor, and animal ingredients or byproducts.

Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Stearalkonium Bentonite, Acrylates Copolymer, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Benzophenone-1, Silica, Trimethylpentanediyl Dibenzoate, Hexanal, Red 6 Lake (CI 15850), Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide (CI 77510).

  1. Start with a base coat. This protects your nails from damage and staining, and creates a smooth base for your nail polish.

  2. Apply nail polish in thin layers, and give each coat time to dry before applying the next. This helps your color dry evenly and quickly.

  3. To extend the life of your manicure, start each layer by sealing your free edges. Lightly brush nail polish across the edge and under the tip of each nail.

  4. To make your nail polish pop, apply a layer of white polish between the base coat and color.

  5. Finish with a top coat to protect your nail polish against chips. Reapply every couple of days to keep your manicure looking fresh.


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Martha - Classic with a Twist is rated 2.8571 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I hate this freaking nail polish! Like the reviewer before me, I found the consistency annoying. Super-annoying, in fact. It starts out way runny. Then it thickens up to be way too gloopy. It thickens up over time, too. I have half the bottle left and it's thicker, presumably due to the air in the bottle - although nothing else I have has ever done that in only two months. That would be acceptable. Except that it chips LIKE CRAZY. Oh my god. I have never seen anything like this. That half a bottle I have left? I have NEVER gotten a decent manicure out of it. Just tonight, I put on a basecoat, and once that was dry, a nice even thin layer of this stuff, and about an hour later, then a topcoat (I sandwich each layer of polish between layers of topcoat now, it's great for getting more wear out of a manicure) and even after the topcoat was bone-dry, the polish still smeared!!!!!!! And that's not a one-time occurrence with Martha. This stuff smears every. freaking. time. I always thought I just had too much of it on, but this proves that it's the formula. The second-worst part is that Julep is so freaking expensive. Sure, we tell ourselves that it's 4-free (so are most nail polishes now), that it's cute and exciting and random and good quality. (Sometimes.) But what we forget is that these bottles are half the size of a normal nail polish bottle! .27 fl oz instead of .5. That means that paying $6.67 (in, say, the It Girl box with its three polishes) for it is the same as paying $13.34 for a normal-sized bottle; paying the Maven price on one bottle of $11.20 is the same as paying $22.40 for nail polish; and buying retail at $14 is the same as a $28 bottle of nail polish, full-sized. The actual worst part is that the color is so cute. If it were just any random color, I'd shrug and turn to something else. But I really WANT this one to work. It looks good with everything, it's an adorable ballet pink... I give up. I'm throwing the rest of the bottle in the trash.
Date published: 2013-07-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from BEAUTIFUL COLOR but putting it on is a PAIN I can see I'm not the only one having issues with it. First off, I LOVE this color. The first time I used it I feel in love with it. So when I grabbed it the following week to apply I was so excited. Little did I know, I was about to be devastated. The consistency of this polish had been a nightmare. It thickened up and  was now nearly impossible to apply. Out of my 60 Julep polishes I own, this is the only one that has had this done which leaves me terribly confused. The lid was tightly in place and it wasn't exposed to high heat. I still love this color. The formula with this color was a disappointment.
Date published: 2013-10-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like it! I don't get all the negativeness about this nail polish. I used it and it's fine! Cute color for spring/summer.
Date published: 2014-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great color and smells good The color is beautiful, and the polish itself actually smells good!  I know people are saying it is difficult to put on, but I've had no issues with it. It isn't too liquid or too thick. I put two coats on, but I always do with any nail polish.
Date published: 2014-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So pretty, annoying to apply I received this in my June Maven box. At first, I wasn't really feeling it because I was looking for neons and glitters for the summer (I had received the box by accident). But I just tried it out a few days ago and I absolutely love it! It looks gorgeous on my currently tan skin and I see it being a fall staple for me too. It would definitely compliment most skin tones. I had a problem with how runny it is, though. I only have a few Julep polishes so I'm not sure how others are. But this was hard to apply because of its consistency. It also became a bit gunky when I went to apply the second coat. Overall, good color, takes between two-three coats to appear as in the picture, and I would buy it again now that I've gotten used to the consistency.
Date published: 2013-07-14
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