I am excited to announce, however, that I am now currently a Jamberry Nails Consultant. I've been considering this since my sister's party back in November. I was a bit hesitant on my original first Jamicure, because I don't think I did the best job (I was in a rush to meet my sister to get pedicures, irony of ironies).
|A Thanksgiving Jamicure|
Rumor has it that it takes three tries to get really good at applying Jams. My next Jamicure was much better. And extremely Wintery.
|Winters Edge and Reindeer Games|
My Jamicures have been lasting me about two weeks before I get tired and wants a change. I've haven't really left my nails bare since I got interested in them. I like having pretty nails.
|Icy Boysenberry Polka Dot, Navy Quatrefoil, Sheet Music, Bird on Fire|
I got my cousin the Bird on Fire jams for Christmas, because she loves Phoenixes. I invited her and her mom, and our aunt and cousin over for an application instruction party, which was fun, and we all got to ooh and ah over what everyone else had.
I'm currently in the middle of my launch party, where I'm throwing everyone's name who orders into a hat for a special prize! To check out Jamberry's offerings, including styles that won't be coming back (Like Navy Quatrefoil and Icy Boysenberry Polka Dot, shown above), check out my website, martinbeks.jamberrynails.net. You can also hit the button up top that says Jamberry. If you're interested in checking out my Online Party, go here.
I'm really excited about my launch party. I'm getting to know other consultants who are extremely passionate, and their excitement is contagious. If you're interested in hosting a party, I can do either live (local) parties in the Omaha/Council Bluffs area, or online parties, which are even cooler, because I can do a party for anyone anywhere online, via Facebook.
Welcome to my journey!