So I was given two samples, Mad Mod and Sunday Brunch. I decided to go with Sunday Brunch and I decided to pair it with Essie nail polish in Tart Deco. There are two ways to heat the nail wraps with your blow dryer or with one of those cute and handy Jamberry heaters. I used my blow dryer, and it literally took less then a minuet to apply the wrap. It was enjoyable. It didn’t smell, it was easy. the longest part of my manicure was doing my nail polish. Seeing the difference in just the time it took to do the nail polish. Below is the pictures of both hands after I was done.
Did I mention that you don’t have to worry about ugly nail jobs? I am horrible at painting with my left hand! Already I was hooked on these nail wraps! They were super easy and super cute!
*Living with Jamberry
These cute little Jamberry’s took a beating. 😉 I cleaned with them, I cooked, I did yoga, a soak in a hot bath, and from taking care of dogs and a cat. As well as doing praise books for church. It was interesting how even after a week my nail polish is cracked and well ugly. While the Jamberry’s still look amazing. Thankfully during my review Colin’s cousin Megan was having her Jamberry launch party on Facebook. I found it helpful to learn about the company and the product. I will now post my one week photos below.
If you would like to know more and/or shop for your own Jamberry’s go over to Elicia’s website http://www.eliciashepard.jamberrynails.net/ . 🙂 There are so many cute wraps to choose from!
*disclaimer: All opinions expressed in this review are of my own. 🙂