18930_938913746140645_5027548950677224201_nHave you heard of Jamberry?!
It’s the newest fashion trend.

Jamberry offers a wide variety of nail wraps for any occasion. From florals to strips, to even hearts or bunnies for holidays!

And with Mother’s Day right around the corner, this can be the perfect gift.

I am hosting a giving for one reader to win a free sheet of wraps and a 8 oz nourishing hand cream. A $40 value! See below for entry details.

Nail wraps? Yes! However, these nail wraps aren’t those normal peel and stick wraps that you probably used as a kid. These wraps are made tough, to last long and give you that fresh manicure shine.

The process is quite simple!

First go here and choose your wrap.

Once you have made your selection you can move forward and purchase it. (Keep in mind, there are some extra tools you may want to consider purchasing here, to make your Jamberry manicure an added success!)

Before you know it, y0ur package will arrive. Now, you’ll want to start the application process.

Here is a few quick and easy steps to get your Jamberry nails just right.

  • Clean unpolished nails with alcohol wipe and push back the cuticles.
  • Match nail (finger or toe) to the nail wrap that best fits.
  • Peel off nail wrap and warm with a mini heater or blow-dryer for 3-5 seconds or until soft and flexible.
  • When warm, press the wrap onto the nail. Apply firm pressure around edges to adhere the wrap to the nail. Use rubber cuticle pusher to seal the wrap around the base of the cuticle.
  • Trim the top with scissors and file off remaining wrap using a downward motion to remove excess.
  • Apply heat and pressure to the wrap again until it is bonded to the nail.

After a few weeks it will be time to remove your nails.

There are 2 removal options for Jamberry Nails wraps. For nail wraps that have been worn for more than 10 days we recommend following the Gentle Removal Process.

Quick Removal Process: Heat the wraps with a blow-dryer for 15 seconds. Then break the seal by getting under the edge of the wrap with your opposite thumb nail. Slowly peel the wrap from side to side. If the nail wraps are not peeling easily or the adhesive is still bonded to the nail bed then follow the Gentle Removal Process.

Gentle Removal Process: Soak the nail wraps in nail polish remover for 20-30 seconds and gently rub them off. Soaking will break down the adhesive bond and allow them to easily slide off the nail bed.

Here is a video to help you better understand the process.

A tips and tricks video can be found here.

Something I love about Jamberry is their customer programs. There is tons of options to keep your satisfied.

Here are some options you may want to consider: Host a Jamberry party and share your love with friends and family. Become a consultant and sell Jamberry. Purchase the monthly StyleBox subscription to enjoy new styles each month.

  • Get exclusive Jamberry products that complement your signature style delivered to your door each month.
  • Only $25 + free shipping
    (Minimum 3 month subscription billed up front)
  • Minimum $30 of Jamberry nail products
  • Nail File
  • Orange Stick
  • Monthly Style Guide

I am giving one lucky winner a free sheet of wraps and a 8 oz nourishing hand cream.

A $40 value!

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Giveaway requirements: To be eligible to win, you must enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter widget. Winning odds depends on the amount of entries and more daily entries greater the chance of winning. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning. This giveaway is only open to United States residents. Giveaway ends May 06, 2015 and winner will be contacted soon after. If a week passes and winner does not respond with a mean of mailing address, another winner will be chosen.


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Jamberry consultant Kira Campion helped assist with this posting. Check out her links above!


Disclosure: I received product(s) for free, in exchange for an honest review. I only recommend products or services I used personally, and believe will be good fit for consumers.


Written and managed by Chloe and Andrew of Seattle.


  1. Jeni Bryant Reply

    Mad Mod is one of my favorites, but I also love Savannah Sparkle!

    • Jamberry can actually help you stop biting , at least that’s what I have been told. The reasoning is bc they are so pretty. Lots of former nail bites 😉

  2. I like Trunk Show. But really…I could spend hours trying to decide which design is my very favorite!

  3. Stephanie Keeping Reply

    These are so cute! I have a couple Nail Wraps, but nervous to try them on.

    • Stephanie if you need any help or tips let me know. I have found some really good videos that are super helpful and would love to help

    • You should find a consultant in your area and have a party they are so much fun 🙂 where are you located? Maybe I can help find someone for you

  4. Michelle Castagne Reply

    There are so many its’s hard to pick just one. Mermaid Tails is beautiful.

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