Lacquer Cabinet by 'Tini Beauty

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

For those of you with Ipsy subscriptions, you're probably familiar with Nailtini polishes by 'Tini Beauty. Well guess what! 'Tini Beauty has launched their own nail polish subscription box called The Lacquer Cabinet.

From Tini Beauty's blog:
Feeling inspired? Shake things up by trying your own hand at mixology. Each package also includes two empty mini bottles with brushes and mixing beads so you can step behind the bar and create your own custom concoctions. Use lacquers you choose from your personal collection to whip up a perfect signature blend or whatever adventure in alchemy you feel like stirring up.

The Lacquer Cabinet by Nailtini debuts its first collection in February 2014 at rates of $25 per month, $23/month for a 6-month subscription, or $20/month for a 12-month subscription. A true happy hour for hands, each collection offers an over- $44 retail value plus free shipping, and members enjoy up to 15% off all ‘Tini Beauty products at for the life of their subscriptions.
From 'Tini Beauty's website:
Hand-mixed by beloved beauty blogger Faith Roxas of, the February Lacquer Cabinet serves modern femininity with flair, featuring these perfectly-balanced shades inspired by love... and classic pink drinks:

Pink Clover Club - flirty, creamy petal pink with a hint of heat

Valentini - sophisticated, plum-kissed berry cream

Head over Heels - sassy fuchsia jelly brimming with multi-colored, multi-shaped glitter

Three full size (0.5 oz) lacquers and two mini (0.25 oz) empty bottles. Cruelty-free, vegan and 5-free: no formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toulene, dibutyl phthalate or camphor. Made in the USA.
Left to right: Pink Clover Club, Head over Heels & Valentini

My thoughts: I'm thrilled that there is another nail polish box subscription service out there BUT I'm not crazy about the price. I think that the price is too expensive especially when you compare it to Julep at $19.99 per month (plus applicable tax) and Square Hue at $14.99 (plus shipping & handling). If the monthly subscription was between $15 to $20 with free shipping I would probably sign up for it but at $25 per month it's a pass for me at this time. What about you? Signing up or did you sign up for it already?

Ipsy referral link. Information and images from 'Tini Beauty.


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