Make My Monday Pretty — Petty Nails With Jamberry?

Monday, May 23, 2016

Hello my Lovlies.  As most of you know I've been blogging for many years. Anyway, on Saturday I had something happen to me that has NEVER happened before.  I posted my ever so lovely (lol) post about Jamberry.  I went to add something to the post a few hours later and 

my post was gone.  

With that being said, I wanted those of you who may have had a glimpse of my Saturday post (before it disappeared off the face of the earth [lol]) to know I'm not being lazy and simply posting the same old boring stuff again.  I liked the post about Jamberry and I want to repost some of the Saturday content again (so bear with me). 

Here, in part, is what my original post looked like. 

Hello my Lovlies.  Well...I don't know if this is actually a surprise or not, but I was surfing the internet (now that's not surprise) 
yesterday to find alternatives to acrylic nails.  After surfing for quite a while I came across Jamberry Nails Wraps. 

What you ask are Jamberry Nail Wraps. Well I'm glad you asked.  Here's what the Jamberry website says about them. 


Nail wraps are thin vinyl sheets that are pressure and heat activated to adhere to your nail for a long lasting and beautiful look. They are made with durable materials, so smudges and streaks are never an issue, and can last for up to two weeks on fingernails and four weeks on toes!

Jamberry nail wraps are a one-of-a kind way to express your unique style! Plus, through innovative technology our nail wraps are:
• Non-toxic
• 5-Free (Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, or Camphor)
• Easy to apply at-home
• Requires ZERO dry time
• Durable for long-lasting wear without chipping, peeling or fading
I read all this and I was intrigued; so, I did what I do best and scoured the internet to find out everything I could about these Jamberry nail wraps.  After looking at way too many YouTube videos I thought to myself (self) these babies seem to be a pain in the you know what to apply.
Are these amazing looking nails 

too good to be true?

In keeping with the foregoing, I would absolutely lve to hear from anyone with experience using Jamberry nail wraps.  I want to know the good, the bad, and the ugly. 
• Are the easy to apply/remove
• Do they really last 2 weeks on your nails
• Do you need special tools to use them
• Do you need to be a nail artist to get good       results
In closing, all you Jamsters out there please comment below and let me know your thoughts.  You can also can e-mail me at Or, you can click on any of my social media icons on the right and comment. 

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