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Review: Jamberry Nails

Hello lovelies!

I recently got sent some Jamberry Nails to review by the lovely Shea www.jamwiithshea.jamberrynails.net



So after vigorous testing here's my thoughts... I love them!  I've tried a few different brands of wraps and so far these have lasted me the longest!  In the pictures you can see I've got wraps on my ring and pinkie.  I applied these on a Tuesday and they were still going strong by the Saturday!  I only removed them on the Saturday because I wanted to try something else.

Tuesday - when the wraps were first applied


They were super easy to apply, having to heat them actually made it easier to apply as they were nice and flexible.  I more or less got a wrap the size of each nail but with different patterns.  Meaning I could have tried a full Jamberry mani but I chose to stick with accent nails.  

Saturday - still good as new with only a little tip wear


I wouldn't hesitate to buy these again, in fact I'm already making a list of the designs I want.  The only drawback is whilst they don't deliver directly to the UK if you have a friend with a USA address they will happily post to them so that they can forward them to you.  And believe me, it is worth it!!

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    1. I'm sure you'll love them! I'm just doing a few challenge mani's then I'm going to try the rest. Will also be placing an order asap xo

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  2. Oooh that cherry design is lovely!

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    1. Isn't it! Saves me trying to freehand it xo

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  3. Jaime-Lee, did you request samples from me? Enigmatic Rambies, I would love to send you samples too.

    Suzie-GORGEOUS!!!!!

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    1. Aren't they fab! And so retro! keep an eye out as they feature in a challenge mani that's coming up soon xo

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    2. Can't wait! I struggle finding wraps that are easy to use and have designs I like but these loon fab! x

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