About 2 months ago I went through a super neutral phase, with like everything. I took down a lot of clutter on my walls, did a lot of neutral makeup and did a lot of pinks and beiges on my nails.
This was my favorite of that phase.
Julep's Jennifer is a very pale, slightly warm toned pink with a slight jelly finish. Julep actually advertised this after Jennifer Lawrence won her Oscar, which reminded me that I had this color and that I should use it.
The formula was standard for these light, pale pinks, it's on the thinner side, so you have to pile on a bit of product to get an opaque coverage. I have 4 coats on my nails here. You can easily wear 2 or 3 coats, but you'll have a visible nail line. Sometimes though people like that, as it gives a natural nail look but with a cleaner finish.
I used OPI's Nail Envy as a base coat, and Julep's Freedom Top Coat, which is a new favorite, and this manicure lasted about 4 days before I got wear on it. Not chipping or anything, but you could just tell it wasn't a new manicure, which is what happens with these light colors.
Julep nail polishes retail for $11-$14 each, depending on if where you purchase them, or if you're a Julep Maven. If you're a Julep Maven, you'll get a discount on their website if you shop through them.