Perfect Nails for your Big Day!

Nothing can compete with you on your Big Day but Jamberry Nails certainly keeps your hands AND THAT RING at the forefront!!  You and your bridesmaids can pick coordinating styles to match whatever color scheme you have for your wedding.  Add an element of surprise and fun to your day!

Check out this Wedding Album for ideas.


It is imperative to keep your hands and nails in tip top condition for your Wedding.  Here is a three step process to get your hands ready!

  • Step One:  Restore and Replenish

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Wash your hands with a gentle, moisturizing soap.  Once your nails are clean, restore moisture by soaking your fingers in warm water for 10-15 minutes every night for 10 days.  Take this time to pamper and recharge!  It will benefit more than just your nails!

Quick Tip: Add slices of lemon or a few drops of lemon oil to the lukewarm water for extra hydration and brightening power!  The lemon will also help remove excess cuticles!

  • Step Two:  Care for your Cuticles

Moisturizing your cuticles is extremely important to nail health. Dry your hands thoroughly after your daily soak and massage Jamberry’s (nut free) Cuticle Oil into your nails and around your cuticle area each day (You may also want to check out Jamberry’s new Cuticle Oil Pen, which is perfect for those destination weddings).  Once the oil has fully absorbed, you need to seal in the moisture.  Apply a thick moisturizing cream (I recommend Quench) to your nails (and feet) and leave it on overnight.  This allows the moisturizer to get into the nail and keep it hydrated. Use Jamberry’s Nourish on your hands just before you go to sleep so the moisture is fully absorbed before you wake up the next morning!


  • Step Three:  Protect Your Nails

Treat your nails like jewels, not tools!  Keep the edges of your nails smooth with a good file to help them grow long and strong (no snags here)!

You are now ready to apply lacquer!  You’ll want to use a quality base coat like Jamberry’s Smoothing Base Coat or Jamberry’s Strengthening Base Coat.  You will be rewarded with beautiful hands to showcase your beautiful manicure.

[Updated to add that Jamberry’s TrūShine Gel Enamel System is ideal for your wedding day and will take you straight through your Honeymoon.  The new colors for Spring 2016 will be available just in time for wedding season! <3].

Whether you go with a full set of wraps, a statement nail or our Professional Line of Five Free Lacquers, your nails will ALMOST steal the show!

Now that your have replenished, restored and rehydrated your nails, you are on the right path. It is important to steer clear of stripping agents.   So use non-acetone removers.  Jamberry’s new Non-Acetone Remover is like magic in a bottle!! No joke!  It removes the lacquer and wraps without any harsh drying agents!  This is my favorite new product added to the line in the Spring|Summer 2015 catalog!

Jamberry parties make a fun bridal shower party!  Don’t forget your flower girls!  Jamberry has Junior Sizes to fit those sweet little hands!!


For the honeymoon, you may want to try nail wraps.  That way, you have one less thing to worry about!  Host a party to earn all of the products here for free or at half-price!

Be sure to periodically integrate these three steps into your beauty routine beyond your Wedding Day to keep your nails healthy, pretty and strong!

Need an extra Boost?  Try Beauty Boost!  It is a daily supplement that is enhanced with Biotin, which has been shown to promote healthier hair, nails and skin!  My hair and nails grow so fast when I’m taking Beauty Boost.


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