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    I'm cautious joining the thread. ..lol.
    I saw that Heartkids are doing some wraps for upcoming awareness in Feb for childhood heart disease....and I really want to get some.
    But are they hard to do? Seriously? ?
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    Got some new jams heading my way!!!! I've had Jam withdrawals as I've gone back to work so I need a more conservative Jamicure

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    Oh man... I was so slack and I just cut my wraps in half, stuck it on my finger and blasted with the hair dryer then filed downwards to get rid of excess. I did them on Sunday and still good so far. I've just read a few replies and realised how lazy I am!!!

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    @Tamtam they are soooo easy. I promise.

    Here is my back to work Jamicure - Allure and Wild & Free:

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    @Tamtam they are soooo easy. I promise.

    Here is my back to work Jamicure - Allure and Wild & Free:

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    Really? But you need to use a hair dryer?

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    Yeah, just to heat the adhesive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Oh man... I was so slack and I just cut my wraps in half, stuck it on my finger and blasted with the hair dryer then filed downwards to get rid of excess. I did them on Sunday and still good so far. I've just read a few replies and realised how lazy I am!!!
    That's the beauty of them, they are actually that easy for most people, well along with prepping the nail with an alcohol wipe. I get a little bit of lifting sometimes, so tried 1,2,3 method which is heat wrap before sticking, only slightly attach then heat top and then each side separately before pushing down.

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    So I've only discovered these!! I assumed this thread was for baby wraps, lol.

    Love them!!

    Is anyone on her a rep? I've no idea how to order.

    Thx x

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileitak View Post
    So I've only discovered these!! I assumed this thread was for baby wraps, lol.

    Love them!!

    Is anyone on her a rep? I've no idea how to order.

    Thx x
    If you go to the website there is a spot for you to put in your postcode and then you can find reps in your area. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    If you go to the website there is a spot for you to put in your postcode and then you can find reps in your area. Enjoy!
    Fabulous - thanks! I clearly didn't read the site close enough. I thought you had to have a party (a la Tupperware).


 

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