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The Wizard of Oz Collection is rated out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by LavenderOasis from Tin man is worth it's weight in gold! I was very excited to get this set as an add-on for a great price! Emerald city and Glinda the good witch are pretty much as they look on the site. I don't care for either. Just a bit boring and not my style, but they apply nicely and cover well with 1 coat. I was completely let down by ruby slippers which isn't even close to full coverage. It's a pretty red glitter, but would take more that 4-5 coats to cover. Tin man is worth the cost I paid for the entire set! It's gorgeous and absolutely holographic. It covered perfectly in one coat. The picture here is garbage compared to what it really looks like. I can't stop staring at it! Julep definitely needs to make this a stand alone color because I'd buy it again and again. I've never seen anything like it! If you like glitter or holographic Polish, tin man is a must-have! You will not be disappointed by this one. I recommend this set for this color alone!
Date published: 2014-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Katerz from Excellent nostalgia-inspired quartet I purchased this collection as an add-on for a whopping $10.99. Score! I painted my nails during lunch with the Emerald City polish and I absolutely love it. It is a dreamy sea green sort of color that represents the city from the movie very, very well. It went on flawlessly with just one coat. While painting it on, certain thinned-out places can appear in the lacquer's coat, but it is easily fixed and hardly noticeable. I tested out the other three colors by painting a dab on white copy paper to test their coverage. The Tin Man shade is fantastically metallic, sparkly and lustrous -- it's like iridescent silver, and one coat of average thickness was sufficient. I am extremely confident that it will cover my nails beautifully. A couple of good swipes was enough to cover a 1x1 area completely. The Ruby Slippers will take anywhere from 3-5 coats to mimic the swatch that Julep provided. It should not be called "full coverage" because it behaves more like a top coat, but it is of good quality and looks gorgeous. I don't mind layering it on since I'm already taking the time to do my nails. I found it to dry quickly. Glinda the Good Witch is an adorable and romantic shade of warm pink. It has a very subtle sparkle to it and I enjoy its feminine appeal. It reminds me of a soft flower petal sort of shade, like a pink rose. One coat and it's opaque! I am looking forward to wearing all of them this spring/summer! What a wonderful, inspired set. Slam dunk, Julep! I love all four.
Date published: 2015-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by NicoleLoo from Worth it just for the Tin Man I had never been a big silver nail polish fan, but Tin Man is now my #1 favorite. It's SO stunning -- the colors reflected inside the polish are incredible! It went on smoothly and I've had it on for a whole week without any chipping. I didn't even use a top coat. I want to try Ruby Slippers and Glinda but I can't bring myself to take Tin Man off. Emerald City was also gorgeous and bold, but it did stain a bit after removal.
Date published: 2015-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by tikibird from Great set, I'm crazy about it. I bought a set for myself, I have bought many sets as gifts. It is just ridiculously great on product and packaging. I have not met a soul who can resist this deliciously appealing set of polishes. Gorgeousness!
Date published: 2015-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by cdice from Nice 1st Time Buy This was my first purchase with Julep. I have been waiting for a really great deal, and when this was on sale I jumped at the chance. The packaging is beautiful! While I am very happy I bought the set, I feel the ruby red slippers was a little misleading. I thought it was going to be a lot better coverage. But even after several coats, it was not complete coverage. It is also a deeper red than the model pictured. Had it been a bit better, this would have gotten 5 stars (or if it would have been pictured correctly). I currently have the emerald city green and tin man silver on my fingers. The 1st coat of silver made me worried it wasn't going to cover, but after 2-3 coats it looks beautiful. The green covers pretty well in one coat, but I did a second to cover up some mistakes. The pink frost is much lighter than I expected, but still pretty. All in all a nice introduction to Juelp. I feel much more informed about what the different finishes are, since they had such a variety in the set.
Date published: 2014-03-11