My Launch Party!

I am always committing some kind of pretty nail crime (washing dishes, doing hair, cleaning the house, watering the flowers or digging in dirt…), so I was really skeptical about these things. I have had acrylics and the No-Chip Manicure and loved how well they lasted but hated the expensive upkeep and how much they tore up my natural nails underneath! Jamberry Nails had a lot to live up to and surpass for me to believe in them enough to offer them as a solution to you guys. The big thing that really got me was watching the Organic Gentle Removal Process in the video. The Jamberry Sisters explained how you can soak your nails in very warm water or in lemon juice and then break the nail seal and gently peel off the nail wrap while your nails are still under the liquid! This is huge for me because I cannot stand having nail products on to protect my nails and help them grow (and look super cute!!) only to have hideously damaged nails when I do want to take the product off. I mean seriously, what’s the point of having pretty nails on the outside only to have them rip and tear and be all kinds of nasty when you switch your design??

A common question I get about my business is if I do nail services. I don’t do typical nail salon services but I do have a solution for you – Jamberry Nails! These are some amazing little nail wraps that can be applied in the comfort of your own home and…they last. Here’s a photo of my nails painted with traditional polish and with one Black & White Chevron Jamberry Nail wrap…

 

I have taken the Jamberry One Week Challenge! Let's see how the polish holds up compared to the Jamberry Nail Wraps. ;)

I have taken the Jamberry 7 Day Challenge! Let’s see how the polish holds up compared to the Jamberry Nail Wraps. ;)

If you’re interested in purchasing Jamberry Nails for yourself, head over here to my Launch Party Page. :) I’d love to help you in any way – email me if you have any questions!

Here’s the whole Jamberry Nails Application Video if you’d like to see it for yourself! The part about the Organic Removal Process starts at 4:15 in the video.