Saturday, November 24, 2012

I just joined Jamberry and I love it!

Don't worry - I LOVE Close To My Heart and stamping, so Stamping Rules is not going to become a nails blog. I've been working really hard on a swap this last week (plus Thanksgiving!), so I'll be posting new eye candy soon. But I am loving the Jamberry so much that I had to sign up. It's a fabulous and affordable way to keep a nice manicure even through crafting, so I wanted to share with you my fun new obsession! 
Jamberry is an amazing new nail product. It's like the nail stickers in stores only so much better. Jamberry is thicker, longer lasting, and with way more design choices!

You heat the shields gently, then smooth them on. Trim them close, file the excess, and your manicure will last up to two weeks! I'm super hard on my nails (crafting, cooking, washing paintbrushes - note the inky-fingers-but-clean-manicure in that pics from my Stamp Pad) and they are super durable and adorable! Pedicures last up to six weeks! I love that I can do it myself in the middle of the night while the boys are sleeping. 

I have short nails (just past the tips of my fingers) and I can get two manicures and two pedicures from one set of shields. It all depends on how you cut them up when you apply them. They are safe to use on natural nails or acrylics. It's really a fabulous product!


Romaine said...

Wendy, these look and sound so cool!

Wendy Coffman said...

I've been using them for a couple of months now, and I really do love them. People stop me when I'm out with the boys to tell me "I love your nails", and I'm usually still shocked, because I never used to bother to do them since I can kill a manicure just walking to the door. It's a lot of fun!

Jeanie B said...

Hi Wendy - I follow your blog for your great CTMH inspiration and just ordered from your Jamberry website from the cyber monday deal. My first Jamberry's! Can't wait to use them!

Wendy Coffman said...

Thanks, Jeanie! I'm going to make a tutorial this week on how I like to apply my Jamberry shields - the video is a good start, but I've got a few tips that'll help you with smoothing the tips. I think you'll really love them!


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