The Colors above are Julep's Charlotte, Taylor and Anne. They're all a shade of Purple in my book. I have seen where Taylor has been referred to as a blue, though. I think Taylor looks blue in some photos and then she looks purple in others. Judge this color for yourself. I tried to get the best representation of Taylor so you could judge.
Per Julep: Taylor is a "deep, sky blue crème. Somewhere between
(Artificial light no flash)
Top to Bottom: Charlotte, Anne, Taylor
(No light only flash) l to r: Charlotte, Anne, Taylor
All of these shades of purple are cremes. They are lovely. No streaking and they apply very good. I didn't have any issues with the formula and they dried fast. I used two coats of each and a top coat. The finish was perfection. I cannot say anything bad about any of the colors here. Julep did a wonderful job when making these colors.
I must say that I was surprised. I thought that there would be streaking, at least on the first coat, but there wasn't. I thought the formula or brush would be an issue, but again I has no issues. I give Julep an A+ on all three!! I cannot say enough about them :-) I was very impressed.
(The bottle is Taylor in Artificial light no flash) This is
the best true to life representation I could get.
(The bottle is Anne in flash only, no light) Anne is a
gorgeous color. Love her! Taylor looks blue here.
(The bottle is Charlotte in flash no light.) Charlotte is a
very pretty lavender creme.
Do you have any of these colors? Which is your favorite? Is Taylor blue or purple? Share your comments below.
Thanks for reading
(*Charlotte came in my monthly maven box, Anne came is my Easter mystery box and Taylor was a gift. All opinions are my own. I wasn't paid for this post)