Hey all! Hope your week has been good. Sorry I didn’t get much blogging done, but it’s been a full week.
Today, I’m inviting you all to a party. Who doesn’t like parties, right?
I’d love for you to join in the fun! It’s through a closed Facebook group and here is the link.
My friend Tiffany helped me dress up my nails with some Jams. Now, you may be wondering, what in the world are Jams?
It’s basically shrink-wrap for your nails, and no, shrink-wrap isn’t the technical term, but it’s what I think every single time I look down at my fingers.
Here’s the best part. These jams last for two weeks. Imagine going two weeks without your nail polish chipping? Ya, it’s hard to imagine.
You can do your toes too and jamicures on your toes last for six weeks.
Photo courtesy of Tiffany at Jamberry Nails
They have tons of colors and patterns to choose from. I’m excited get some fun spring colors! You can check out all the designs at Tiffany’s Jamberry site.
Jams come on a sheet and there are enough for two manicures and pedicures on each sheet.
This weekend only, sheets are buy two and get one free. Yay! I love a sale.
If you place an order, be sure to indicated that you are with Tricia’s Jamberry Party. Thanks a bunch!
I would really love it if you joined us in the FB group though.
There will be prizes!
Now, you may be wondering how in the world these stick. Good question.
They are heat activated, so you warm up the Jam with either a blow dryer or flat iron (I used a flat iron) and then you press them onto your nails. You snip off the excess Jam and finish the heat activated process. It’s quite simple. Although this was my first time putting them on, it didn’t take me any longer than putting three or four coats of nail polish on my nails and waiting for them to dry.
Plus, these will last for two weeks.
There will be full instructional videos on the FB page. The videos take you through a detailed step-by-step process and show more than I can ever explain with my limited knowledge of Jams.
They come off by soaking your fingertips in a little coconut or olive oil.
My cuticles definitely need an oil soak!
Well, time to party. I’ll see you over on Facebook (I hope!).
Now, it’s your turn to catch me up your week. Please leave a comment and tell me all about the exciting things have happened this week.
Anyone have anything fun planned for Mother’s Day?
Krista @thehappyhousie says
These are too cute Tricia. I never do anything pretty with my nails and every once in a while I catch a glimpse of them in my tutorial photos and I think ‘ugh’. Jams would definitely be an upgrade!! Happy Mom’s day to you – we plan to go swimming and out for lunch (swimming indoors of course!!).
Lesley Ann Staples says
Love the look of those nails. I’ll check it out. I have been getting my nails done at a salon but stopped while doing the kitchen reno. Nothing like paying good money to have them chip because you are hammering.
This week has flown by. I had my grandson staying here all week. He’s two and a half. He kept me busy that’s for sure but lots of fun. Now I just need to clean up the huge mess we made.
Have a great weekend. Cheers
This week I’ve been sleep training my 2-month old and potty training my 2.5 year old and fighting bronchitis. Thank goodness for my husband’s help or I would have collapsed. I’m excited about my Mother’s Day plans though; my youngest is being dedicated at church, then my Mom is coming over for lunch. Fun times!