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    I've had these on for 10 days now. As you can see, my nails have grown considerably in that amount of time (and I don't think I particularly have fast growing nails or anything)
    I am at the point now where I am ready to take them off because the ends of my nails are beginning to tear and break and that in turn starts to lift the wrap.
    Actually the only thing stopping me is that I don't have any coconut oil to use to get them off.

    My toenails, still look brand new though. (No photo though as j have terrible, dry and ugly feet!)

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    Thanks ladies! That's helpful! So if they want to take them off before they fall off it's easy enough to do! The hens will be about a month before so plenty of time!
    Now how long do they take to put on? Is it really time consuming? There's going to be a big group so don't want it to seem really rushed..?

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    I've had these on for 10 days now. As you can see, my nails have grown considerably in that amount of time (and I don't think I particularly have fast growing nails or anything)
    I am at the point now where I am ready to take them off because the ends of my nails are beginning to tear and break and that in turn starts to lift the wrap.
    Actually the only thing stopping me is that I don't have any coconut oil to use to get them off.

    My toenails, still look brand new though. (No photo though as j have terrible, dry and ugly feet!)
    You could always use olive oil @Mod-Nomsie 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Thanks ladies! That's helpful! So if they want to take them off before they fall off it's easy enough to do! The hens will be about a month before so plenty of time!
    Now how long do they take to put on? Is it really time consuming? There's going to be a big group so don't want it to seem really rushed..?
    Usually at a Jamberry party you'd be applying one accent nail, not a whole set. However, we have a CelebrationBox which is perfect for Hens Parties. Once you find a local consultant ask them about that

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    So this morning as I was washing my hair, I started to finger-comb the conditioner through my ends and much to my amusement it acted like the floss does and pulled my ring finger wrap up from the bottom to over half way up. So, I pulled the rest of my wraps off while I was waiting for my conditioner to do its thing. Probably accidentally stumbled upon the easiest wrap removal method ever!

    But, bare nails didn't float my boat so I've gone and thrown on my retired wrap that my consultant sent me. Sadly, I love them. I'm really disappointed that they're retired!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    Usually at a Jamberry party you'd be applying one accent nail, not a whole set. However, we have a CelebrationBox which is perfect for Hens Parties. Once you find a local consultant ask them about that
    Thank you! That's really helpful 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    So this morning as I was washing my hair, I started to finger-comb the conditioner through my ends and much to my amusement it acted like the floss does and pulled my ring finger wrap up from the bottom to over half way up. So, I pulled the rest of my wraps off while I was waiting for my conditioner to do its thing. Probably accidentally stumbled upon the easiest wrap removal method ever!

    But, bare nails didn't float my boat so I've gone and thrown on my retired wrap that my consultant sent me. Sadly, I love them. I'm really disappointed that they're retired!

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    Ooh, they look lovely.

    So conditioner for wrap removal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    Ooh, they look lovely.

    So conditioner for wrap removal
    Thanks! Not sure if it was the conditioner or the hot water or what it exactly was!

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    One was lifting so I pulled it off and replaced it with gold. I think I prefer this


 

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