Jesscbnyc Recommends: Square Hue

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I read about Square Hue online about a month ago and knew I wanted to sign up once I got my paycheck. Last year I used to treat myself in the midst of a season of unbelievable anxiety to monthly manicures. I liked a cheap, simple, splurge and the fact that they know how to file my nails into a square.

It’s the little things.

After a while though I started feeling like 1. It’s somewhat of a pointless expense every month, 2. I don’t like that most nail polishes are not really safe to use, and 3. I like supporting small businesses.

Enter Square Hue.

“SquareHue is an online, nail polish subscription service on a mission. Every month members are surprised with either two or three luxurious, limited edition colors. The brand has set its standards high and delivers a 7-free clean formula (free from formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBP, toluene, camphor, ethyl tosylamide, and xylene), one of the cleanest in the industry, cruelty-free, vegan and proudly made in the USA.

What makes SquareHue truly unique is that it was intentionally created with the purpose of funding organizations that are changing the world. Currently a portion of all monthly subscription proceeds are donated for prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and prosecution of human traffickers, through The A21 Campaign.”

So getting cute nail polish in the mail and helping some of my favorite organizations??

Yes please.

I can’t find anything solid online, but I’m pretty sure they are a Christian company. It’s not every day you see a company that knows who A21 or Compassion are.

I’m really excited to try out the nail polishes I got and to share the results.

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