Classic With A Twist; Bombshell
The polishes are really pretty but I'm pretty skeptical. I haven't swatched them yet but my initial reaction is dissapointment. The polishes are sized at averagely half the average amount, 8ml/.27oz when compared to the more standard 12ml/.4oz to 14ml/.5oz in polishes like China Glaze or Essie which go for around $8.00. This isn't quite a brand I know enough or have heard enough about to let it have a luxury-esque price tag (assuming that if I double the quantity it would be $28 for an average bottle and now we're in Dior (10ml) and up territory). That said, Butter London at $14 is 11ml and RBL (Rescue Beauty Lounge) at $20 (used to be $18 but the economy happened) is 11ml, so make your own decision there.
As for me, I probably won't be continuing with the program. I'll check out Birchbox instead (at half the price) and see what that's about. Julep is great if you've got the discretionary income for it, but I'd still encourage you to go for some Illamasqua or Deborah Lipmann or Butter London or RBL if you're looking for brandy nail polish. At $20 bucks a month, this program simply isn't worth it for what they give me but I'm glad I got to try it out for what I did. It didn't hurt to get, since I did get the whole bunch for all of a penny ($0.01) with the COLOR2012 coupon code. My recommendation is that you try it while the promo is up and see what happens! You might fall in love with the program, and I've seen mystery boxes and 'golden boxes' packed with goodies around the blogosphere.
I'll get to swatching what I got later but for now, here's a quick pic of one coat of Oscar applied over Turned Up Turquoise which I'm not done wearing out yet.