Lora's Beauty Website

For handcrafted soap visit the online store or the Etsy Store!

Lora's artisan soaps, an affordable luxury.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Jamberry Nails

Mother's Day weekend my brother and his family visited.  We had beautiful weather and were able to sit outside and enjoy it.  The smell of the spring flowers wafted through the air as we caught up.

It was almost disappointing when my niece, Bailee, offered to do her grandmother's nails for Mother's Day.  Being a starving college student, my niece started selling Jamberry nails to help make ends meet.  She brought some up and planned to demo them.  My first thought was the beautiful smell of spring flowers would soon be replaced with the awful smell of nail polish!  I was wrong!

Jamberry wraps are applied to the nails by a mild adhesive.  The are sold in sheets that allow for at least 2 applications of 10 fingernails and 2 applications of 10 toenails.

To apply you simply cut one of the strips to fit your nail, gently heat the nail wrap with a hair drier then apply to your nail.  Using a nail file, you then file the wrap down to the size of your nail.  It's very simple and took me about 20 minutes to do my nails.

There's no waiting endlessly for the nails to dry either. You're ready to go once the wrap is applied to your nail.  The best part is the wraps last about 3 weeks on your fingernails with NO CHIPPING!

They come in a variety of patterns and colors and are safe for nails.  There are great holiday patterns as well as french nail tips.

Check out Bailee's website and try Jamberry nails.

For $15 a sheet you could outfit your nails for a fraction of what it costs in the salon!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.