Do you get bubbles, side rippling, or lifting at the tips on your nail wraps? Are you looking for another easy trick to help your Jamberry Nail Wraps last longer and look completely smooth? The baggie method will do just that!
A Super Addition to My Jamberry Application Techniques
I was completely hooked once I tried this trick! I wouldn’t have guessed how easily it can be done. Even though it is an extra step, I don’t find it takes any longer to add this step because it quickens the following step of Heat and Pressure for Applying Jamberry Nail Wraps. I always use the baggie method when I apply my Jamberry Nail Wraps now! 🙂
Video: Jamberry Nail Wraps: Baggie Method – Christina Chitwood Performance
Watch the video: Jamberry Nail Wraps: Baggie Method – Christina Chitwood Performance.
Using the Baggie Method
Once you have completed these Jamberry nail prep and application steps:
The baggie method can be added after the pressing technique.
What You’ll Need
The Steps for the Baggie Method
To use the baggie method follow the steps below.
Why Does This Help?
I used to have my nail wraps lift at the tips and even sometimes bubble before I tried this trick. The baggie method is great because it heats the nail wrap evenly throughout, helping it completely adhere to your nail.
By pulling the bag tightly toward your palm, it will seal the edge of the nail and get ride of any wrinkles at the edge of the nail wrap. It does this by bringing the wrinkles past your nail and onto the nail wrap end that will be filed off. Using extra pressure to help seal the edges after using the baggie method will help you completely smooth your nail wraps to your nails.
Find out more about why I love Jamberry Nails in my post 30 Days of Beautiful Nails.
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Adding the Baggie Method to Your Jamberry Nail Wrap Application
Have you struggled with your nails wraps bubbles, side rippling, and lifting at your tips? Have you tried the baggie method before? Do you think you’ll add this to your regular Jamberry application routine?
I look forward to reading your comments, seeing your photos, and chatting on social media!