Typically I’m not huge on doing my nails–especially not on my hands. I’m a guitar player, and any guitar player knows that manicures + guitars + the callouses and finger-destroying characteristics that comes with it don’t mix well. I never want to paint my nails because I feel like they’ll get ruined stat.
When Allison Parkey from Jamberry Nails contacted me to try some nail wraps, I told her that I never do my nails for those reasons. BUT, if she thought I’d love them after trying, I was willing to give them a shot. Besides, Easter was coming up, along with my brother’s wedding, and I figured it’d be good to have some pretty nails for those events!
Allison sent me a few different designs to try, and while there are 300+ designs available (!!!) I was looking for some that I could wear to my brother’s wedding.
Once I got the hang of it, applying the wraps was REALLY easy. It probably took me less than 30 seconds to apply each wrap, which is waaaaaay faster than painting nails! There are written instructions and a helpful video on the site, but here’s a quick breakdown of how it works:
One sheet includes 18 nail wraps, which should be enough for 2-3 applications. And they last up to 2 weeks on fingers and 4 weeks on toes!
Benson asked me if I would use Jamberry Nails over painting my nails, and I said ABSOLUTELY! Like I said, it only took me less than a minute to do each nail, and they last for a long time! Plus I can get cool designs, which would take way way way longer to do if I painted my nails.
I’ve already decided that these would make a great gift for some friends too!
This week Allison’s giving you a chance to win FOUR Jamberry nail wrap sheets of your own! Enter in the Rafflecopter widget below.
Or if you don’t want to wait, visit Allison’s Jamberry Nails site and get some nail wraps pronto!
This post was sponsored by Allison from Jamberry Nails. As always, all opinions are mine. Thank you for supporting the companies that support this blog. 🙂 For more info on PMT’s sponsorship philosophies see disclosure page.