Jamberry Nail Wraps Review

  • By Stephanie
  • August 26, 2016
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Disclaimer:  I received this product for free or highly discounted in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions expressed are mine.

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I decided to give Jamberry Nail Wraps another go.  I really do not like my nails painted so instead of doing another 7-day challenge, I decided to do something different.  I was given one wrap to sample.  It can be used to cover two nails when you cut it in half.  I went ahead and put in on my left middle finger and right index finger.  Instead of painting the rest of my nails I left them bare.  I was curious to see how much the wraps would bother me compared to when I wear nail polish.

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When I wear nail polish I feel like I can’t do anything with my hands.  With nail polish my nails feel so thick and heavy that I don’t know how to use them.  It is impossible for me to open a can of soda, or pick on anything with my fingernails.  If I had to get a splinter out of my foot there is no way I could do it if I was wearing nail polish.  It even feels weird to write with nail polish on my hands.

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The Jamberry nail wraps feel different than finger nail polish.  They do not give me the weight on my nails and I have completely forgotten that I even had wraps on two of my fingers until P reminds me when she catches them.  I had no problems applying the wraps.  I trimmed the wraps down on the sides to fit my nails, removed the backing, and put it on my nails.  I then smoothed out the wrap to avoid air bubbles.  The trick with these wraps is to heat them (blow dryer is the easiest) before you put them on to get the adhesive sticky and to run the blow dryer on your nails after you adhere them.  Once I had a good bond I trimmed the remaining wrap with scissors and then used a nail file to smooth the edges of the wrap to my nails.  I have been wearing the wraps for a few days now and have not had any issues.  The wraps are still intact and have not started peeling.

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Overall, I am pleased with wearing the wraps on my fingers without nail polish.  I would like to try a full set next time on all of my fingers to see if I prefer them to nail polish.  If I found a pattern or design that I really liked I would be inclined to purchase them.  The Jamberry nail wraps can be purchased through a consultant.  I was given this sample from Melissa who is a Jamberry consultant.  The wraps vary in price from $15-$18.  Each set of wraps comes with 18 nail stickers.  Each sticker can be used for 2-3 applications depending on the size of your nails.  Click here if you are interested in learning more about Jamberry Nail Wraps.  #melsjamz85

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I was chosen to review the Jamberry Nail Wraps through Tomoson.com.  Basically how it works is you select items you would like to review and if they chose you a coupon code is provided from the company making the product free or highly discounted.  In exchange they are looking for an honest review on their product.

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Disclaimer: I have never claimed to be any great writer. So any mistakes that are made are my fault. Sometimes I mix up names B, S, and P, but I think you can figure out who I am talking about. If you find any grammatical errors just fix it in your mind so it sounds right.
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