Deal or Dud: Jamberry Nail Wraps

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Fingernails can get fancy with Jamberry Nail Wraps, but are they a deal or a dud?

Like many busy women, Amy Bollenbacher is always on the go, but still wants to look polished.

"I'm a stay at home mom of a two-year-old, and I have no time to go to the nail salon," local consultant, Bollenbacher said.

Application is simple. All Bollenbacher said she really needs are the wraps, a heating source, and a nail filer.

"As soon as you put it on, you're good to go," Bollenbacher said. "You can wash dishes. There's no dry time.  "

The Jamberry sisters also have a video explaining the application process. There are more than 300 bright and bold designs.

"One sheet is $15 and from that one sheet, you get two manicures and two pedicures," Bollenbacher said.

According to the Jamberry website, the fingernail wraps will last you two weeks, while the pedicure wraps stay on four to six weeks. They claim the bonus is that they won't chip like your nail polish.

"I think it's a deal because it saves you money and they're durable," Bollenbacher said.



  • Ann Clark

    The length of time Jamberry nails stay on your toes or fingers depends on how well you apply them and on your personal body chemistry. I have had wraps stay on my fingernails for over 3 weeks! I changed them out because my nails had grown out so much! I would love to help anyone who has any questions or concerns about Jamberry products!

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