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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozby View Post
    What do you mean throwbacks?
    I just received a kit for Xmas with a few different types and even the mini heater. Yay! So I am gonna have my first go today! Wish me luck!
    The last 12 months of the sister styles plus a further 6 selections are available in Aus/nz today only for our big Boxing Day sale.

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    I got on the fringe. A sad, sad bank account stopped me from buying any more!

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    I got two sets of on the fringe, spring break and serendipity. I also grabbed some holiday wraps that will be gone soon - the ones that are perfect elsa nails for kids and matching for me plus some polar bear/penguins and Australia Flag wraps for Australia Day. Was hoping to use a voucher I had but wouldn't work. I wanted the exclusive!

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    I wanted to buy a few exclusives for myself but I've been out of phone range most of the day so I've just missed out. Oh well!

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    just looked at the website. are they hard to put on? I wouldn't say terribly skilled or patient or dexterous in such matters.

    most of the designs seemed a bit ott (I like my nails quite plain usually) but I found a couple of nice plainer ones.

    tempted to have a go with one set as a tester.

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    Default Jamberry Wraps

    They are pretty easy to put on. I'm
    Hopeless with nail polish and get it all
    Over my fingers, but I manage with the wraps

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    just looked at the website. are they hard to put on? I wouldn't say terribly skilled or patient or dexterous in such matters.

    most of the designs seemed a bit ott (I like my nails quite plain usually) but I found a couple of nice plainer ones.

    tempted to have a go with one set as a tester.
    If you know a consultant ask them for a sample to try, and they can also take you through the process. They are really easy to apply, there's a video on the website under how to apply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    just looked at the website. are they hard to put on? I wouldn't say terribly skilled or patient or dexterous in such matters.

    most of the designs seemed a bit ott (I like my nails quite plain usually) but I found a couple of nice plainer ones.

    tempted to have a go with one set as a tester.
    I'm useless with nails that's why I tried them and they were pretty simple. If you have a hairdryer and a basic manicure kit you'll be right...I got one from Kmart for $10. A lot of people sell 1/2 sheets on eBay for 10 bucks ( enough for a mani) with free shipping so that might be a good way to try them. The shipping is a rort with Jamberry from what I can tell. I'm also not into crazy designs but they have plenty of simple colours too. If you go through a consultant despite the shipping they will send you a catalogue so you can more easily find wraps by colour. I find the website a bit of hard work.
    Last edited by emski72; 27-12-2015 at 09:13.

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    The shipping from Jamberry includes packaging and handling, plus it's tracked so that's why it's priced the way it is. Plus, the more you buy the cheaper it gets (or host a party so all orders can be bundled together and make it more worthwhile).

    I'd certainly talk to a local consultant so they can show you the correct application method, they'll have samples you can try and also have catalogues or look books to look through.


 

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