Trend Alert {Jamberry Nails}


Jamberry Nails officially launched Oc 1, 2010.  It was started by three sisters.
Company first was direct to consumer model which was very successful, they decided in the winter of 2010 to embark on a new home party plan model because so many fans wanted to know how they could sell it.

The pre-launch of the home party model was in summer of 2011.

The product is an affordable and long lasting way to accessorize fingers or toes.  Jamberry Nail Shields are a solid film covering that can be applied directly to the nail to achieve a look not found anywhere else.  The material is both pressure and heat activated to creat a water tight bond to your nail.   The film is finished with a high gloss protective layer that prevents your nail shield from chipping or scuffing.

It can be applied in just fifteen minutes at home on your own or with family and friends.  Over 70 styles are currently available and more being added each month.  The nail shields are made to last up to 2 weeks on fingers and 6 weeks on toes.

Something for Valentines Day!


They are highest, salon quality product
no harsh chemical that damage the nail bed and chip and fade like regular nail polish.
each sheet has enough material to cover 2-3 sets of hands or feet, and be used several weeks later without drying out or fading.
A sheet is only $15.

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