From my perspective, Penny pulls more bronze than copper, though it definitely is a red-based brown. It’s opaque in 1-2 coats.
I’ve been really into holographics, so when Julep started releasing these last year, I was super excited. Ginger is a scattered holo, and doesn’t have the strong rainbow shift a lot of holos have. Opaque in 2 coats, this one would be great for a more conservative polish wearer who wants to branch out.
This sweet, twinkly neutral is opaque in 2-3 coats.
Ingrid is a cool, shimmery brown. The formula is pretty nice compared to others in the brand and you can get it opaque in two coats.
This reddish brown frost has a lovely two-coat formula.
Louise is a lush, creamy brown. You can get it opaque in 1 coat, but 2 will get you the best depth of color.
This medium brown cream has a buttery smooth one-coat formula.
This brown contains a golden shimmer. Opaque in 1 coat.
This one is a perfect full-coverage copper glitter. Opaque in 1-2 coats.
Faye is a medium bronze with a little shimmer. Opaque in 1 coat.