Now you’ve probably been hearing this name, Jamberry, around the place. Yet you have no idea what it it’s all about. Is it jam? Is it a new plant? What on earth could it possibly be! What is this Jamberry?
What is Jamberry?
Jamberry started off as an idea in 2010. Three sisters from the US, Lyndsey, Christy and Keri, went out for a girl’s day. They had a very expensive trip to the nail salon getting some nail wraps applied. The ladies decided that something you could do yourself at home would be great. Thus began their line of Do It Yourself vinyl nail wraps.
Need to know how to apply nail wraps. Click here. What is this Jamberry?
Jamberry entered the beauty world in 2011 under a direct sales business model. Women who purchase their business kit are Independent Associates who earn up to 40% commission on retail sales. The company has focussed on women being able to find their own ‘signature’ style of beauty. With several hundred designs being available at any one time to suit all needs, from subtle to outlandish, there is something to suit every lady. It looks to empower women to go after their unique dreams, whether that be in having their own business or simply in having beautiful nails that inspire self-confidence and help them in making self care a priority in their life. What is this Jamberry?
In 2017 it is now a global brand being available from Jamberry Independent Consultants in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Mexico. It is a highly sought after nail art form that prides itself in being free of 8 harmful chemicals found in other nail care products. What is this Jamberry?
The company is always updating its product range which now includes lacquers, gels, hand and foot care products, and tools to help apply products easily. And late 2017 they introduced the JamBeauty range with matte lipstick and haircare to come in the next few months. What is this Jamberry?
We eagerly await to see what the next few years will bring from this lovely young company!
Update- In June 2018 Jamberry became part of M.Network, which then changed to M.Global. In November 2018 it then came under the umbrella company BeneYou, with M.Global, Jamberry and another to come over in January 2019. The JamBeauty range has been phased out as well some of the other nail products. What is this Jamberry?
Need more tips on how to apply Jamberry wraps? Check out here.
(Note- as I’m no longer selling with Jamberry, this link goes is to the direct company website. If you wish to find an associate local to you, please send me a message for a recommendation, or check out the Sassy Direct webpage to do your own search).