They say that manicured nails is the key to a polished look, and it’s oh so true. Nowadays, there are so many different nail art options to suit your style, outfit or personality.
I myself am not a regular at a nail salon, and over the decades have had acrylic nails, gel tips, points, squares, rings, chains and crystals to make myself look polished but at the end of the day, I always come back to what’s easiest (and cheapest!). DIY.
In my single days, I had a weekly ritual on Sunday night of giving myself a full spa pedicure and manicure in the comfort of my lounge room. On the couch, towel on the floor, feet in a bucket of aromatherapy bubbles and I’d scrape and buff and file and paint. Now, I still do that, but it’s more monthly than weekly.
I have managed to get my painting fairly precise but attempting anything else has failed miserably, and it’s nice to have something a bit different..
Jamberry Nails are one-of-a-kind nail wraps that are made with durable materials, so there are no smudges or streaks and they won’t damage your natural nail.
With hundreds of different styles, prints, colours, textures and designs there is a Jamberry Nail wrap to suit everyone!
As you can see I went for a cute cupcake wrap for my first batch with a feature stripe nail on each hand. I was surprised at how easy they were to apply, how well they lasted and the fact they didn’t damage my own nail.
Each kit comes with a file, 2 x wooden sticks, 2 x wipes, buffer block, cuticle pusher, scissors and your wrap.
- File and buff natural nail;
- Cut Jamberry Nail wraps and match to fit natural nail;
- Peel Jamberry Nail wrap off with stick;
- Heat Jamberry Nail adhesive for approx 3-5 secs; (I used my hairdryer)
- Line up and use rubber cuticle pusher to seal Jamberry Nail wrap on each nail;
- Heat nail for approx 3-5 secs then bond to seal; (I used my hairdryer)
- File off excess and voila!
To purchase and look at wrap options, contact Taylor here
Below is a how to application video which shows you how super easy it is to apply.