Jamberry Nails is a direct sales company that sells vinyl nail stickers that adhere to your nail through heat. There are more than 200 styles to choose from – from solids to crazy prints. I was so curious about them because I am a fan of nail polish strips and I like the different designs.


I trimmed, filed and wiped each nail with alcohol as the instructions tell you to do. And I watched the video to make sure I knew what I was doing before I started. In the video they have the special Jamberry heater, but the instructions say to use your blow dryer, so that's what I used.


You need to trim the nail sheets down a bit. I actually cut the entire strip in half because my nails are short and needed only about 1/4 or a bit more of a strip. This is great news because one set of strips give you multiple applications.

Then, I took my nail file and filed off the excess. It took me a nail or two to see how much the pressure I needed to remove the edge, but once I got that down, it was easy. I applied the air from the blow dryer to the nail to heat it up and then pressed down again to seal it properly.

Washing the dishes and playing with my kids in the sandbox had nothing on these nails. I will admit to not taking them off yet, but the instructions seem rather easy. One set of strips is $15 ($18 with shipping) and you can get at least two or three sets of nails done with them. Not bad at all if you compare it to a manicure or shellac treatment.



This is a direct sales business, but you can also simply order from their website. With some time and practice, I can honestly see loving the durability and long-lasting look of Jamberry. I definitely like jamberry . I have a hard time putting nail polish on and not making a mess all over my fingers. With jamberry I can have that finished clean look. I definitely would recommend these. For more information click here.


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