I've seen people talking about them and asking about them in the Facebook groups, and I wasn't very interested. I've tried Sally Hanson type wraps before and I had a really difficult time applying them and making them look good. I also think having something printed on on your nail looks kind of fake.
But truly, if you Google "Jamberry nail wrap review" or ask most people, they will tell you that they love them. They are supposed to last two weeks and are applied differently than drug store type "wraps" because they are made of a different material and they are applied with heat.
I ordered two sets (although they are buy three get one free, I didn't want to spend that much and didn't want four sets of wraps). I thought it wouldn't hurt to try them out and thought maybe I could try them on my toes, since I hate painting my toes. I picked out "Raspberry Sparkle" and "Fruit Punch" (an ombre). I wanted to try more neutral colors, not crazy things with prints that look printed on.
The nail wraps arrived in the mail and I tried on the Fruit Punch wraps. I followed the directions by cleaning my nails off first and cutting them to fit my nails. I warmed up the wrap with my hairdryer on the high setting for over 5 seconds, and pressed it onto my nail. I tried smoothing it out and I was somewhat successful. I sealed it around the cuticle, trimmed the top off, and filed my nail in a downward motion. Lastly, I applied more heat with my hairdryer to "bond" it to my nail.
That's just MY perspective on it though. A lot of people like how "neat" they look and also like that they last up to 14 days. I can't really see them lasting for 14 days because I was able to peel them off right away but they say they last 14 days. A lot of people also like to avoid the hassle of painting nails every few days but it was really hard to get the wraps to fit my nails. After all the work cutting, heating, filing, smoothing, and heating again, painting nails is way easier.
The bottom line is, I'm sure this product is a good product because of how many people like it, but I don't like how much difficulty I had trying to get the wraps to fit my nails. I'm sure I would get better with practice, but at over $15 per sheet I don't really want to practice that much. If you have a lot o f patience or are good at cutting things this might be really good for you. I also didn't really like the printed on look, I'd rather just have polish.
I've been invited to a lot of Jamberry Facebook parties lately and since I don't like them, don't be insulted if I don't join. (Feel free to invite me to Scentsy parties though, I LOVE that stuff!)
If you are interested in Jamberry nail wraps, you can get them here at the website or talk to someone who sells them. They are $15 per set, and as stated before if you buy three sets you get one free. Then you also have to pay taxes appropriate for your county and ALSO shipping charges. Each sheet contains 18 wraps in different sizes, and people claim that this is enough for two manis and two pedis if you cut them the correct way.
They do have a wide collection of designs, over 300 I believe, and collegiate designs and sorority designs (which I think cost a little more). There really are a lot to choose from. Jamberry also sells (pricey) polish, heaters for application, nail treatments, and wraps for little kids. Finally, there is also a new monthly subscription "stylebox" (which this bridesmaid also tried to get me to sign up for).
By the way, my friend did not get enough sales to get her own set for free anyway!
I still have my set of Raspberry Sparkle, completely untouched, which I've put on my Pinterest FSOT board for half off.