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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    I'm currently seeing how long I can keep them on my hands without them starting to lift. The temptation to change is strong though! My consultant send me a retired design that I can't wait to try! Attachment 75340
    Ooh cute! I have been trying the gel with limited success, and going away next week I want fresh nails so I have the most mismatched mani ever. Fresh nails tonight I think! Now just to decide what.

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    I'll probably do a fresh set on Tuesday as we have a big celebration dinner with my team. I just put TruShine over my wraps yesterday to keep them on over the weekend.

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    Default Jamberry Wraps

    Apparently if taken off correctly they shouldn't damage your nails at all.

    My consultant said that hot water and lemon (1/2 squeezed in) is a great non-chemically way to get them off.

    Use an orange stick to unseal around the edges and then soak in hot water and lemon and slowly push with orange stick and apparently they'll slide right off, taking the adhesive with them.

    Yet to try as I've still got my samples on and waiting for my order but I'm keen to try this as I detest the smell and feel of nail polish remover.

    Eta: just read your post again regarding heat. It only needs to be gentle heat putting them on to activate the adhesive. No need to heat it super hot.

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    I use coconut oil to remove them. I warm some up in the microwave, and soak my nails in it, then use an orange stick to break the seal, soak some more. Just make sure you scrub your nails with dishwashing liquid after, to remove the oil so you're ready for the next lot.

    Apparently heat alone only works if you've just put them on.

    I peeled mine straight off and that took a layer of my nail. Cuticle oil has them looking pretty good now

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    I use coconut oil and heat and a floss pick to lift the edges and gently lift it while pushing coconut oil under the wrap.

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    Another warm coconut oil user here!

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    Just wondering if anyone can let me know how to find a consultant to do a hens party. It's going to be about 45 minutes an hour from Brisbane. I know the group is like 12 people so would possibly need 2 people. I don't actually know lol how long do they last? Are they hard to get off if they need to?
    Sorry to jump in on the post here ladies!

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    If you jump on the jamberry au website you can find consultants in your area

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    If you jump on the jamberry au website you can find consultants in your area
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Just wondering if anyone can let me know how to find a consultant to do a hens party. It's going to be about 45 minutes an hour from Brisbane. I know the group is like 12 people so would possibly need 2 people. I don't actually know lol how long do they last? Are they hard to get off if they need to?
    Sorry to jump in on the post here ladies!
    They should last up to 2 weeks on finger nails.

    They are easy to get off. I use warm coconut oil


 

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