Monday, April 18, 2016

Jamberry Nail Wraps

The New Nails Wraps Are In Town

If you know me then you will know I love nails. It's not only my day job but my passion. I have worked with and trained with many leading brands so I was extremely excited to find Jamberry nails land on my door step. 

Jamberry nails was founded by 3 sisters after finding nail salons slow and expensive. Jamberry has been going strong in the US for 4 years and has now hit the UK shores with hopes to revolutionize the UK nail industry. Jamberry nails is a durable nail wrap that is heated and applied to the natural nails, there are 300 hundred designs to choose from in 7 different finishes. 

Each design sheet allows you to create 2 pedicure treatments, 2 manicure treatments and 8-16 accent nails depending on the size and length of your natural nails. 

My Jamberry wraps and feature nail wraps

Ready for application... nail file missing, I recommend a glass file as kinder on the natural nails.


I promise Jamberry nails are easy to apply. Here are my steps for the perfect application. 

  1. Shape your natural nails to desired length and wipe with nail polish remover to remove any natural oils that may prevent the wraps from bonding to the nails.
  2. Using an orange wood stick remover a wrap from the sheet and measure against your nails. (You may need to trip along one edge with nail scissors to achieve the perfect fit)
  3. Using a hairdryer gently heat your wrap on the sticky side. You only need to do this for a few seconds. 
  4. Once heated apply to your nail, the wrap has stretch so you can smooth out any ridges, stretch the wrap over the free edge of your nail for a tight bond.
  5. Trim off the excess length and save for other nails.
  6. To perfect the look use a nail file to remover the excess wrap at the free edge. Use a downward motion as you file. 
  7. Apply heat and press over the nail to ensure the wrap is well adhered to the nail. 

My finished nails. 

Measuring up for my toes


The wraps should last for up to two weeks with good care; by that I mean wearing your rubber gloves with the washing up.

  1. Use an orange wood stick or you thumb nail to lift the free edge of the wrap to break the seal. 
  2. Soak your nails in a glass bowl of polish remover.
  3. After 30 seconds your wraps will start to slide off. 
  4. Wash your hands to remover residue and your ready for a fresh application. 

Jamberry Juniors

What makes Jamberry different from other nail brands is that they offer wraps for children too. Okay you could just use any of the designs but they offer 27 designs is a size perfect for he little ones, think cute pandas, florals and pretty pink designs. 

To find out more, browse designs and purchase contact Jolene Green 

If you have tried these lovely nail wraps then comment below your favourite designs. 

Leanne x


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