Julep Cushion Complexion review

Julep Cushion Complexion 5-in-1 Skin Perfector with Turmeric is a multitasking skin perfector that has a natural, demi-matte finish with buildable medium-to-full coverage that conceals, corrects, illuminates, blurs, and brightens. The convenient cushion tip applicator allows for easy and precise application, even on the go. Crowdtap & Julep were generous to send me 5 different shades to try. Crowdtap & Julep were kind enough to send me 5 shades to try.  Out of the shades Nude was best for my skin color.

Julep Cushion Complexion


  • Turmeric extract provides long-term brightening benefits and contains anti – inflammatory properties.
  • Camellia seed oil (sourced from Jeju Island, Korea) contains skin – calming properties and provides nourishing & moisturizing benefits.
  • Soft – Focus Powders blur the look of fine lines & imperfections while creating a smooth, demi – matte finish that’s never flat.

Tips to use:

Dot and blend outward with fingers or cushion tip. Layer on more product to build coverage where needed.

Julep Cushion COmplexion

I like that Julep cushion complexion helps even out my skin tone & is easy to carry with you. The applicator is soft and gentle on the skin and once you get it going the perfect amount comes out. Its easy to build coverage. I would say its light medium coverage. Overall I was happy with the results and will continue to use these ( and give away the colors that didn’t work) . You can find this product at Ulta Beauty.


Julep Cushion Complexion

I received this product for free for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

Winterize your nails tips & tricks

A coordinator from Julep asked if I would write a blog post about winterizing my nails. I never thought about it because it’s become a habit, especially when I do nail art.
If you’re new to my blog, last year I posted Holiday themed nail art daily in December.
Holidays nails 1

Holidays Nails 2

Holiday Nails 3

I can definitely see a difference when seasons change and chilly weather sets in. My cuticles become drier. When it’s cold we move between the cold weather outside and hot, dry air inside which really reduces the moisture in our nails and skin.
This can cause nails to break and chip. One thing I hate is getting a manicure or doing my nails and a nail breaks. Ahhh!
Other things we might be doing that dries out our hands and nails in colder months is using hand sanitizer and hot showers.

Julep came up this tutorial and tips to keep your nails looking healthy and moisturized.

So what do in the winter?

•I always make sure I’m stocked up on lotion to moisturize my hands and skin. Travel size lotions are great to have in your purse.Make sure to massage lotion into nails.

•Diet is always crucial. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water , and eating lots of veggies and fruit to stay hydrated and get those vitamins.

•At night I like rubbing cuticle cream before bed. I like Burts Bees lemon butter cuticle creme

Here are some products I use to keep my nails looking good in the winter .


*No cuticle cream? Use a little bit of olive oil and massage into nails
*Bothersome hangnail? Use your lip balm and massage until you can cut it.
*Always wear your gloves when outside.
*Make sure to wear rubber gloves when cleaning .
*Give your nails a nail polish break between colors.
*When filing nails go in one direction and go all around (on sides)

Here I used Julep Kayla and Revlon Sterling . I really like doing this design because it’s simple but pretty.


Need some nail color inspiration for the winter ? Check out these great colors below or on Juelp’s website here
I love Kiki and Sawyer.


What are your tips & tricks for healthy nails all winter long?