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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Jamberry Nails Giveaway

I’m pretty sure you all know that I love to do my nails. I had been hearing about Jamberry Nails for awhile, and when my friend Leslie became a consultant, I was so excited to finally give them a try. Leslie sent me a half sheet of nails and a few accent nail samples, plus nail prep wipes and a nail file to get me started.

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The first thing I did was to cut the sheet of nail stickers in half, because I wanted to save the second half to use again. There is plenty of room to turn them into two manicures, plus the excess can be used to enhance a future manicure by making stripes or other designs on your nails. I’m excited to do that soon! But firstly, I had to do my first manicure.

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The directions for applying these nails are to clean your nails with the prep wipes, to heat the nail wraps with a hair dryer or a heater, and then press the wrap onto the nail. The excess can be removed with nail scissors and filed down with a file.

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I used one of the accent nails to enhance my manicure, plus I used one of the accent nails on Gabbie!

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Jamberry has over 300 designs to choose from and I am loving the variety available – everything from classic and trendy to striking and vivid are offered! Leslie and I would love for you to check out her consultant site, plus enter to win our giveaway for your own wrap sheet good for 2 pedicures and 2-3 manicures along with a mini manicure set!

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Good luck!

50 comments:

Janine Huldie said...

Ok, I have been wanting to try Jamberry, but having had acrylic on my nails for so many years before having my girls, I was scared, because I finally got my nails back to a healthy shape and wasn't sure if these would do any kind of damage when you go to remove them. Do you know if this is the case or do they come off just as easily as when you apply them? I did enter, but am curious about the removal to be honest. Thanks to both of you though for sharing here today and for the giveaway, too :)

Breenah said...

Love Orchid Skinny and Garden. I love all the stripes and florals, though.

Leslie said...

Hi Janine! Removal is super easy and does not damage your nails. I soak my hands in warm water and break the seal to peel off or you can use oil to do that as well. People even wear them with acrylics and gels.

Leslie said...

Awesome review! Thanks Dara!

Cassie May said...

super cute on you and your litlte one!

Cassie May said...

oops, and i reeeally want to try some of the french manicure ones!

Ashley Bree Perez said...

I love the kiss me ombre one :) I love your nails too! :)

Janine Huldie said...

Thanks Leslie for letting me know. I just had so much damage over the years from acrylic nails. As much as I loved them, have been trying to get them back into shape after so many years. So, that was my one concern when I kept hearing about these. Appreciate you taking the time to tell me though :)

Mai Tran said...

TURPLE OMBRE is my favorite!

Julia Toussaint said...

I love heart strings!

Janet T said...

I like the Lotus design

Cynthia Gaarder said...

Ohio State :) go bucks

Emily Ferguson said...

I love Vintage Chic!

Jessica Wyatt said...

I like the mint green with gold pinstripes!

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Silver Floral on Magenta is awesome looking !
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Dara said...

the difference with these are that they are stickers, rather than nail polish / chemical. I haven't removed mine yet but I'm glad Leslie replied about the removal process!

Dara said...

good luck!

Dara said...

thank you!

Dara said...

those are so cool!

Dara said...

thanks, and thanks for entering!

Dara said...

thanks for entering!

Dara said...

good luck, and thanks for entering!

Dara said...

thanks for entering and good luck!

Dara said...

awesome, O-H-I-O!

Dara said...

thanks for entering!

Dara said...

sounds great, thanks for entering!

Dara said...

thank you for entering!

Kera @ Nugget On A Budget said...

I'm loving vintage chic and flourish right now! I know I've been away for a LONG time but I had to comment on this awesome review you did for Leslie! She just helped me become a Jamberry consultant as well, so we chat a lot. It was nice to stop in and read your blog and say hi. Miss you Dara! <3

Shellie H said...

So hard to choose one! I think I love Vintage Chic and Mint Green Chevron.

aquariann said...

Thanks for the chance! I have too many favorites, but Hippie Bloom is next on my wishlist.

Dara said...

I miss you too.

Dara said...

everyone seems to like vintage chic! :)

Dara said...

thanks for entering!

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Colleen Boudreau said...

KISS ME OMBRE.

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Dara said...

thanks for entering!

Dara said...

thank you for entering.

jessica eapen said...

loving vintage chic!

MelodyJ said...

I like Passport.

Ilaria Carraro said...

I like vintage chic

Kathryn K said...

I like Sway. Thanks for the giveaway!

Elisabeth H said...

I like the conservative collection with the french tips. I've heard a lot of good things about Jamberry all summer long.

Rachel Beltz said...

My favorite is Punchy Puff it's super cute and fun!

Dara said...

that's a popular one!

Dara said...

thanks for entering!

Dara said...

thanks for entering and good luck!

Dara said...

thank you for entering!

Dara said...

I like the french tips!

Dara said...

good luck!