Nail art has grown so much in the last couple years. Gone are the days of “basic manicures” girls these days like to make a statement and I’m excited to tell you all about a company that will let you do just that.
About Jamberry Nails:
Jamberry nails was created by three sisters to provide a simple way to brighten your day. You’ll love Jamberry Nails because of how easily they can be applied and how many different looks you can acheive by mixing and matching. The Nail Shields will give you that high-end salon look in the convenience of your own home.
I have never been one to take care of my nails, it has always been the last on my list (I know, I know) but as of lately I have been noticing all these ladies with polished looks that make me want to do better. When it comes to my manicures, I like the natural look the best. It’s classic, but when I had the opportunity to review Jamberry Nails I wanted to step out of my comfort zone and do something fun.
I am a huge jungle print fanatic. Zebra, leopard and giraffe are all my favorite prints these days and I was thrilled (and excited) to see that Jamberry had fun nail shields to accompany my love with their collection: The Wild Side. I still wanted to keep it as neutral as I could, so I opted for the Giraffe.
The application itself was relatively easy (I wish I took photos of my application process, but I wasn’t thinking that far ahead and then it was too late).
You have a sheet of your print shaped in long ovals and you peel off one oval (I found that one oval will do two nails so I cut them in half). Then comes the blow dryer, on a warm setting blast the paper (it’s very similar to a sticker) until it’s easily bendable and apply. You then fold the top around your nails and blast with hot air again to seal. (Before I forget, you have to buff your nails before hand.)
Okay, so the above instructions are not my best work (I was using memory). I found Jamberry’s YouTube video and thought you (my readers) would appreciate a professional’s approach:
I really like Jamberry Nails and the prints that they have. They have a huge selection and there is something for everyone. I had one or two nails that only lasted a day. I tried to re-heat them but the nail shield wouldn’t stay. From the above YouTube video it was stated that the nail sheilds should last quite a while, so I’m not sure if it was user error or what (probably was, from working in the customer service industry in the past I have learned that the majority of the time – it’s user error).
Either way, I would definitely try Jamberry Nails again, but next time I want to apply it on false nails. My natural nails are not nice, and I have stubby hands (if you can’t tell) so I really like the length that false nails provide. I bet the Nail Shields would look amazing on a set of falsies.
If you would like to learn more about Jamberry Nails or learn on how you can become a consultant, please visit Jamberry’s website.
One of my readers is going to win their very own Nail Shield sheet from Jamberry Nails! This giveaway is open to the US & Canada and you can enter by using the Rafflecopter form below.