|Star-crossed on thumb, see below for other names|
|Atlantis on thumb, see below for other names|
|Pomegranate Pop, Mad Mod, Mind Games, Sunday Brunch|
Before my friend enlightened me, I had never heard of these. Stay tuned for a perfectly offensive and hilarious photo of Eva at the end. Now I sell them here! Wanna buy some or book a party or join my team?
I used to love to paint my nails. I had all sorts of cool colors. I painted each nail a different color back in the 80s and was made fun of for it. It was not cool back then like it is now.
Then I had my first kiddo in 2001 and there went the nails. I was always happily nursing, changing diapers, washing diapers, doing dishes, etc. Nail polish took too long to dry and chipped off within a day. I have to really plan out when I paint my nails these days. If I want to look cute, I have to try to paint my nails right before I leave the house and NOT TOUCH ANYTHING. You know the drill. I pretty much don't have paint on my nails unless my girls paint them, and then it stays on until it all chips off.
So when I saw these wrap things I was intrigued. Honestly I just bought a sheet to help out my friend, who was doing a party. I said, "Sign me up for some of those Chevron pattern." No nail polish remover to be found in my house, so I could only pick the polish thoroughly off 3 nails and here you go:
Yeah, they kind of rock. And they have a houndstooth pattern that matches a dress I have. And a herringbone pattern. And this whole cool floral section (Mom: hint hint). I'm sure it's no surprise that my favorite section on the Jamberry site is Graphic Punch!
Here's another photo. Yes, I'm holding a knife. It's a fabulous knife I got Mr. Kerrie for Christmas and I love it. You have to take funny pictures with your Jamberry Nails on; that's just the way it is. Like holding a hammer or a beer or a baby bottle.
Thanks for sitting through my glowing review. Here is your reward. I like to think of it as a big FU to all those people who used to make fun of me for doing my nails different colors in the 1980s.