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#7DayChallenge Using the Jamberry Nail Wraps #RachaelsJamberry

By Apoorva @perksofbeauty

About :
SISTERS' STORY
In 2010, a slow and expensive visit to a nail salon sparked the idea for sisters Lyndsey, Christy, and Keri to create a line of do-it-yourself nail wraps. Today, Jamberry is bringing you their creation: one-of-a-kind nail wraps that truly represent your signature style!
Jamberry nail wraps are made with durable materials, so smudges and streaks are never an issue, and can last for up to two weeks on fingernails and four weeks on toes. With over 300 nail wraps in an incredible variety of designs, you can customize, pair and layer Jamberry nail wrap to create a look that's all your own-all from the comfort of your home.

My Take:
I was sent a single strip of the Jamberry nail wrap. I used it to cover my little finger nail as the wrap was too tiny. I doubt if the whole set contains the same sized wraps. But I am glad that the set has various sizes.
About the wrap which I got:
Circus Tent is the name.
Featuring shades of orange, blue, and lilac, this double-the-fun design, 'Circus Tent' makes for a funky full mani or a statement-making accent.
Ingredients: Acrylates/Ethylhexyl Acrylate Copolymer (Adhesive)

I wasn't much pleased to see only one strip which you can use it on just a single nail. But I thought of giving it a try as I am pretty new to this kind of nail wrap application. In #7dayschallenge, I did see that the nail wrap is fixed to the nail and only moved forward a bit because of my
I have seen the application and removal video, so the process was quite easy for me. However, if you do not see the video or if you just read the directions, you may find it difficult if you are a beginner like me.
It didn't take much effort to apply and I have used my hair dryer to make the wrap stick to my nail. It did look funky and I loved the glossy finish.
Three days passed and I do not see much difference in the wrap color, placement etc. however, I have figured out that if you take long hot shower baths, the wrap seems to come off a bit and you need to press the wrap gently to make it stick to the nail again.
nail growth.

I may want to try the full set of nail wraps from Jamberry but the only reason why I may not do that is that the Jamberry Nail Wraps seemed a bit costly to me. Also, these could be really helpful for the nail art enthusiasts who do not have much time to invest in a funky cool nail art. A main plus with the Jamberry nail wrap is that these are so easy to apply and you don't need to be a professional to use these.


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