Do you have to keep you nails neutral for your job? Do you want to have nail art but not on every nail? Do you just want to try Jamberry before you start buying lots of different wraps?
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Since this is my first blog post, I wanted to start off fresh. I have been an independent consultant for Jamberry since the end of August 2014. I've been wearing wraps almost every day since then, except for a few days here and there when I waited in between manicures to nourish my nails. I have always used the removal process of breaking the seals on my wraps, pouring nail polish remover on a cotton round, and using the round to peel up the wrap as I use part of it to run the remover under the wrap. If I feel too much resistance, I use a new round with remover and continue. A few times I pulled too fast and saw small white lines on my nails, but I have gotten pretty good at removing them so that hasn't happened in a long time. Here is a picture of my nails after I removed my wraps tonight (not very good lighting in my bathroom).
They are still strong and are actually longer than before I started wearing wraps. I think of the wraps as duct tape. They hold everything together. Before when I'd use my nails as tools for things like scraping a sticker off the dining room table (remember, I have 4 boys), I would usually split a nail or even break a tip off. Now if I do that with a wrap on, my nails are ok. Even if I do chip a piece on one of my nails, it doesn't break any further because the wrap is saving it. Sometimes by using my nails as tools, I will pull the tips of the wraps up but I can just file the edge of the wrap down and it still looks good.
So tonight I will put lotion on and let my nails remain naked, but tomorrow I will be giddy over all the possible Jamberry wrap combinations I can use. One will become the winner to dress up my nails and make me smile each time I catch a glimpse of my new "Jamicure".