When it comes to nails I haven’t worn varnish or extensions in years because I was forever breaking, chipping and scratching them up. Sure they look lovely for a day or so when they’re first done but as a busy Mummy my poor hands go through the mill and they’re always in soapy water, laundry, cooking, cleaning and working out; perhaps not the most ideal conditions for a fresh manicure which is why I’ve fallen in love with Jamberry wraps!
After expensive and time consuming nail bars have left our purses incredibly underweight for years three sisters from America came up with the concept of beautiful do-it-yourself nail wraps from the comfort of your own home. Gone are the days of smudging wet varnish, getting uneven streaks and annoying dents as these durable designs last up to two weeks on fingernails and four weeks on toes with over 300 styles to choose from. The pretty wraps are non-toxic, free from Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, and Camphor, are quick and easy to apply, require no drying time and are specially designed for long-lasting wear without chipping, peeling or fading. They make the perfect fashion statement, a cute birthday gift to pop inside a greetings card, a welcome addition to a pamper evening with friends and even have an exclusive range for little Princess parties which include Disney characters!
Costing just £15.00 per pack it provides enough wraps to cover two sets of manicures, two sets of pedicures and even has spares left over for accent nails. This takes the cost of todays manicure to just £3.75 meaning my single pack will provide me with 3-4months of nail art which would have cost a whopping £160.00 in a nail bar. The wraps are quick and easy to apply as they peel off of the plastic, heat for a few seconds with a hairdryer and then stick to the nail which you file off at the end for a fast, flawless and protective cover preventing the nail below from chipping. I love how bold, funky and fun my new ‘with a kiss’ nails are and have the pattern across all of my nails, for a more subtle look they would look lovely with all-white nails and the kisses on just the ring finger. What’s your favourite Jamberry style?