Last giveaway before Christmas. I hope you enter. It's a good one!
I got invited to a Jamberry Facebook party in September and had no intention of actually buying any, but after hearing all about them and seeing all the cool designs I decided to give them a shot. I love to paint my nails but I never even attempt it anymore. Between diaper changes, washing dishes, and playing musical instruments, any manicure would be chipped within 2 hours. And when would I actually have time to paint my nails and let them dry? That's right. Never.
Enter Jamberry Nail Wraps! Ta-da!
There are so many reasons I love Jamberries.
1. I don't have to wait for them to dry. It's ok if you get interrupted while putting them on. (essential for me because interuptions are bound to happen). You don't have to wait for them to dry so I could get three fingers done, go change a diaper, then come back and finish. No smearing wet nail polish.
2. They stay on really well! Unlike my nail polish which literally would chip the same day, I've had my Jams last for 2 weeks! Amazing!
|My own Jamicure. I love me some florals.|
Being able to do your nails is such a great way to administer a little self care. It's always been sort of relaxing and therapeutic, so finding out about Jamberry Nails was such a pleasant surprise. I really wanted to share the Jamberry love with you guys and was so excited when Jenn said she wanted to team up with me to give away a full sheet of wraps (enough for 2 manis and 2 pedis!).
Jenn's going to give you the low down on the Jams, and then the giveaway's at the end!
Describe for us what exactly Jamberries are and how they work?
Jamberries are heat-activated vinyl nail wraps. They are made with non-toxic materials and are safe for all ages! A full sheet of wraps includes 18 wraps and is enough to do at least two manicures and two pedicures. They work simply by selecting the correct size wrap, applying heat to the wrap, pressing it to the nail bed, heating to seal, and filing away the excess wrap from the edge of the nail. The heat (from a blow dryer or Jamberry mini heater) activates the adhesive and creates a seal tight enough to hold up against almost anything. The wraps will last up to two weeks on fingers and up to six weeks on toes!
Why do you like Jamberries better than regular nail polish?
I am a stay-at-home mom to an 18 month old and nail polish would NEVER last! Also, it was a lot of effort to paint my nails (at least an hour in which I could do nothing else) when the results would only last a few days. Then it seemed I never had time to take the ugly, chipped polish off and I was completely embarassed of how my nails would look, yuck! With Jamberries, I can put in little effort to have nails that look good and last. As a stay-at-home mom, I feel like my looks get put on the back burner quite often so even if I'm still in my sweatpants at 2 in the afternoon and my hair and make-up have not been done, at least my Jams look great! I also do not like the smell of nail polish and/or the fact that it could chip off anywhere (like in food) and is probably not a safe thing to be ingested and with Jamberries, I don't have to worry about smell or losing any part of them in my food to be eaten!
How did you first hear about/try Jamberries?
In June of this year, a friend of mine added me to a Jamberry Facebook party that she was hosting! The party was so much fun that I just HAD to try the product. The consultant sent me samples and I fell in love because I put the sample on while my son was crawling all over me AND it lasted for more than two weeks!! I hosted my own party and earned a bunch of freebies so I have been absolutely hooked ever since!
What inspired you to become a Jamberry consultant?
I LOVED the product so much and loved the flexibility to do completely online parties! When I had my son, we took a huge loss in income since we decided for me to stay home with him. We had been surviving every month but without much extra to save or use for fun money. The possibility of earning a little cash while still being able to stay home with my son was incredibly appealing. The consultant kit was reasonably priced and my husband and I decided it was worth a shot. It has definitely proven to be worth it!
Can you tell us a little about Jamberry Nails as a company?
Jamberry was founded by three sisters who were determined, after an expensive trip to the nail salon, to find a more cost-efficient way of keeping nails looking polished! They launched the first Jamberry nails wraps in late 2010 and the company has soared since then. The Jamberry goal is to arm its customers with style and confidence without requiring too much of their time or money. The company is continuing to grow and is continually looking to reach out to charities in the communities in which it sells. One of the charities they work with is the Autism Society of America. For every sale of the wrap "Autism Awareness," Jamberry donates $2 of the sale to this charity. Jamberry consultants also have the opportunity to do fundraisers for different charities, instead of hostess rewards, Jamberry will donate 10% of sales to the charity. Jamberry also be donated to the Salvation Army this holiday season with sales during the Black Friday weekend! The company is very generous and, from my experience, is very concerned with its customers and their families/communities.
Which is your favorite Jamberry?
I have a REALLY hard time with this question. One of the reasons I joined Jamberry was because I could not decide which wraps were my favorites, I wanted them ALL! If I had to choose just one, I would probably go with Star Performer because I am obsessed with stars and this wrap has so many different colors, I can mix and match it with lots of other wraps!
Jenn is giving one FULL SHEET of wraps- that's enough for 2 manis and 2 pedis. You can enter using the rafflecopter below. And if you feel like shopping (fabulous Christmas gifts for just about anybody) visit Jenn's Jamberry website, choose "Anna's Blog Giveaway Party" when you check out and you will get extra entries into the giveaway!
Jam away my lovelies!