Jamberry Nail Review
I was recently asked by a Beth Hess who works as an Independent consultant if I wanted to try some of the Jamberry Nail Wraps. I told her sure! I have seen them around for years, and heard people talk about them, but I’ve never had a chance to try them out for myself.
Through a little bit of research, I found out that Jamberry Nails was started by 3 sisters, who use to get their nails done in salons as a way to spend time together. They decided there had to be a more cost effective way to spend time together, while still get quality looking nails while at home. That is when they came up with the idea for Jamberry Nails and it launched in 2010.
Here is what I received from Beth for my jambery manicure.
I will admit, even though I’m a licensed cosmetologist, nails are something I never really got into doing. I was never good at putting on acrylics, and I’m not even that great when it comes to polishing.
Jamberry Nails are completely different though, and Beth sent me some instructions, and told me to email her if I had any questions. She also sent this link to a video I could watch. a link to a video https://elliebeth.jamberry.com/application
After watching the YouTube video, and reading the instructions, it looked simple enough.
I used the nail wipe she enclosed, which helps the wraps stick better by getting rid of excess oils, and then I matched them up. I ended up going ahead and cutting them in half, because my nails are pretty short and I thought this might make them easier to work with. I then peeled them off, and heated them for a few seconds with my hairdryer, like the directions say.
To my surprise, they went on pretty easy, and I didn’t have any bubbles or anything like I was worried about. I then applied pressure, trimmed the top a little more, and filed off the rest. Then I applied heat and pressure again, just like it said to make sure it was bonded.
I’m actually pretty impressed! It looks like I’ve had my nails done in the salon, and the whole process was easier than I thought, and only took about 10 minutes! The nail wraps are also fairly inexpensive. It’s only $15.00 a sheet and they last for up to two weeks on fingernails and 6 weeks when applied to toenails. 1 sheet could actually last quite awhile. Especially if you only use a few each time to do accent nails.
I’ve only had these on a couple of days now, but so far I love them. I haven’t had any problem with them lifting, or getting caught on things, and they still look great. The removal process also looks fairly easy, especially when compared to the time and mess of acrylic nails.
I looked on her site again and I cant believe the amount of designs they have. It says they have over 300 designs. I’m definitely going to be ordering some soon!
If you want to check it out, would like to order, or host a party you can find more information here.