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Product Review: JamBerry Nails

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It's been 16 days since I applied my Jamberry Nail sample. Last night, I couldn't resist the urge to pick them off. The corners were coming up, but otherwise they still looked fine. I contemplated turning the blow dryer on them and trying to reapply to see if they would last longer. But, I was lazy.

I think 16 days is pretty dang good.

I certainly am convinced it's a good product.

You can buy Jamberry Nails from consultant Tessa MIller, or have a party and invite me. smiley

Her online store is available by CLICKING HERE!!!!

 

http://www.tessamiller.jamberrynails.net/

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Today is day seven of my seven day Jamberry Nail challenge. Here's how they look:

The vinyl nail certainly has outlasted the polish. Notice, it is coming up a bit on the side. Probably more than is natural, in that I can't stop picking at it. Despite my picking though, the nail is still on. I haven't been able to pick it off.

Did I mention that I'm extremely rough on my hands? So far, I'm pretty impressed that this product has been able to keep up with someone like me.

I'm extending this challenge to see just how long the Jamberry Nail will last. I heard three weeks. Stay tuned.

 

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Original post April 15, 2014

I'm taking the 7-day Jamberry Nails challenge this week.

Jamberry Nails is a direct sales company, similiar to Pampered Chef or Tupperware, that sells vinyl nail wraps. I was introduced to them by a friend and new consultant, Tessa Miller, who gave me a sample to try. The challenge is to wear the vinyl wrap, paint your other nails with polish, then see which lasts longer. The Jamberry nail is supposed to last up to three weeks, longer for pedicures.

That idea of course appeals to me. I don't always have time to paint my nails. Or maybe I don't even want to make the time. My hands are constantly in soapy water and garden dirt. So, as I told Tessa, this product is going to have to be pretty good to keep up with my kind of wear-n-tear.

I'll let you know how they hold up. In the meantime, check out the Jamberry website and tell me what you think.

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