Thursday, January 1, 2015

Right on the Nail ~ Jamberry Orchid Bouquet Nail Wraps

Jamberry Orchid Bouquet Nail Wraps

*press sample*

Happy New Year! I stayed in with my family and watched The Interview. That doesn't mean I didn't have to have a fun manicure for the holiday! I know I've had problems with Jamberry Nail Wraps in the past, but I've been flooded with comments and e-mails from Jamberry Consultants concerning my application of the wraps. Apparently since my nails are very curved, I have to take another step in the already slightly tedious process and make tiny notches in each side of the wraps with cuticle cutters. This allows the wrap to fully bend around my curved nail. I think I did a much better job at applying these this time. If you want to see the normal application instructions, you can find them here. To see how I used the "baseball method," you can find that here. I have several more (mostly) floral designs because I'm a huge fan of them, but I'm still letting my weakened nails grow out before using these again. You can get these for $15 that will provide several manicures or pedicures which makes it a good price.

They also have a new monthly Stylebox which costs $25 (you must sign up for 3 months up front) and contains exclusive 2 packs of wraps as well as a nail file, a nail stick and a monthly style guide. Just considering the wraps, you are saving $5 each month. You can stay up-to-date with them, you can follow them on Facebook or Twitter.

*These wraps were provided by the company or PR representative. All reviews are based solely on my opinion. For more information, please see my full disclosure at the bottom of the site* 

1 comment:

cestmoi19 said...

I'm in LOVE with Jamberry. Mostly because I don't have to let them dry and I can go do things right away after applying them :)
I'm glad you gave them another chance and found a method that works for you. It gets better/faster the more you do it, but since you have so many polishes to review, I know you don't always have the chance to practice :)