My girls love to paint nails. They are starting to get into nail art, and I am working on letting them have at it. Not long ago we had a Girl’s Day just doing nails and we incorporated Jamberry Nails! Have you heard of these nail shields? Oh, are they fun!
Our Jamberry nails came from Jennifer Shirley, an independent consultant. She sent us some fun designs and the girls could not wait for Mom to have time to put them on their nails.
Jamberry Nail Sheilds is the newest way to accessorize your fingers and toes! With today’s hottest celebrities already wearing unique nail designs, it’s quickly becoming a fashion “must-have”.
We started with The Beauty Queen. On most days her nails look like this:
She selected some really fun summer-themed Jamberry Nails to add pizzazz to her nails!
With Mom’s learning curve, the decals and a blow dryer, her nails were transformed to this:
The Divine Miss M picked out a black and white nail shield that has a Parisian feel. She’s a big fan of all things Paris so we went with it for these glam-nails!
Jamberry Nails are shields that can be applied directly to the nail to achieve a fun and flirty look. The shields are made in the USA, with no harsh chemicals, and are latex-free. They last up to 2 weeks on your fingernails, doing everything you do, and up to 6 weeks on your toes! It’s been an amazing fun time.
I did struggle with the process initially. I had to cut the shields to fit the girls’ fingernails. It got easier and I used tweezers to remove the Jamberry Nail shield, hold it under the blow dryer for ten seconds and then place on the nail. Once it was on the nail we used a blow dryer to secure it and shape it to the nail. The girls loved the results.
When I finished the girls’ fingernails, I gave a spin at doing my own. I used a fireworks pattern, perfect for the fourth of July celebration
There is a learning curve to the application. It also takes longer to apply than nail polish, however, the end result is a fun print on your fingernails that lasts far longer than nail polish.
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