I’d been seeing press release email blasts about Jamberry for months before deciding to request samples to test. The company sells nail wrap stickers via regional consultants in an overabundance of designs and I wanted to compare them to the ones I first loved from Sally Hansen. Application is only slightly different: Instead of slapping them on and starting to file, stickers must be heated with a blowdryer (or other warming apparatus) before pressed onto the nail. I applied them Thursday evening (see mine, right) and by Friday morning was already feel a little bit of the downfall of stickers versus nail polish. There were a couple rough edges. I noticed the tips of my nails caught on fine fabrics and knits and, within two days, I saw the stickers lift from corners, ready to peel. (Full disclosure: I’m rough on my nails. I’m clumsy, I talk with my hands, and I wash them more than the average gal.) On the upside, everyone stopped me to ask him where I got my wicked manicure. Worth it. And really, that’s the point. Application takes less than 15 minutes and you’ve got Instagram-worthy tips you can’t stop looking at.
You can buy online or find a consultant or skip all that and try to win three designs I’ve got to give away. (See three prints above.) Not sure what you think of them? See each design on real hands on Jamberry’s site: Whimsical Willow, Wild Thang, and Kaleidoscope.
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