JAMBERRY NAILS: SLEEK APPEARANCES TO SUIT YOUR PERSONAL TASTES I’ve never been someone who gets their nails done every week, much less yearly! In fact, I don’t know how many manicures and pedicures I’ve had in my whole life. Don’t get me wrong, they are fantastic, but I find it difficult to continually spend money on that kind of thing.
I first started to realize Jamberry nails were becoming more and more trendy right after I left Arizona. For those of you who are unfamiliar, they are an adhesive nail wrap that can be left on your fingernails for up to two weeks and your toenails for up to four weeks.
I wasn’t sure I wanted to spend $15 on only one sheet when I initially saw the pricing, but the consultant assured me that each sheet has two to three uses. I chose to give it a try because there was a promotion where I could get the fourth sheet for free if I purchased three!
I must admit that learning the first time around was quite a steep learning curve. I was forced to use my hair dryer since I didn’t buy the heater (which worked fine for my purposes). However, I did get the Jamberry nail care kit, and I’m glad I did.
So, armed with a patient attitude (ha) and the nail wraps prepared (I started with blackboard hearts), I embarked on my first quest to get gorgeous Jamberry nails.
My first attempt probably took me around 40 minutes to complete, although I may have been a little too cautious because I was so anxious about getting them perfect. I had to reapply the sticker a few times because I had initially applied it incorrectly. Fortunately, all you need to do to remove it from your nail and reposition it is to heat up the glue once more.
They actually worked out fairly well, as you can see in the photo.
It was lovely to receive so many praises on them in the end. I wore my Jamberry nails for 12 days before removing them with my hair dryer.
The drawback of using adhesive nail wraps for me started at this point.
The removal process was simple, however I observed that some of my nails still had a slightly harsh appearance. I was able to get through the not-so-fun procedure of removing all the sticky gunk without experiencing too much worry (I get very impatient over things like this sometimes).
This design was so eye-catching and enjoyable that I simply adored it. It only took me approximately 30 minutes to put on all ten wraps because this was my second time applying the nails.
Again, I believe these came out fantastic! The fact that Jamberry nails’ sheets are available in a range of sizes so you can choose the one that fits your fingers the best is one feature I particularly appreciate.
I decided to remove this design after wearing it for approximately a week and a half. The nail wraps’ ability to stay in place both times I used them has really amazed me. The one thing I would stress to any prospective customers is to make sure you file off any excess material that is hanging from your nail since otherwise, your hair (or anything else) will likely get stuck in it (yes, Im speaking from experience).
Concerned with your nails?
As I previously mentioned, I had some concerns with my nails being a little bit damaged following the removal procedure, so I intend to use a different method going forward. In order to give the polish remover time to weaken the adhesive, Jamberry advises letting your fingertips soak in it for 20 to 30 seconds. For those of us who are worried about damaging our nails, this strategy sounds like the ideal choice, combined with a gradual peeling off process.
I haven’t had a chance to put on my paint spatter design yet, but I can’t wait to do so soon! I’m delighted to talk about this product because it’s fashionable and reasonably priced. Oh, and did I mention that you can design your own looks at a design studio? Although I haven’t personally used this service yet, the outcomes are fantastic! There are a ton of stylish designs in the Jamberry catalog to pick from if you don’t want to waste time coming up with new ones.
Have you used this product before? Please tell me about it!