Heather Moore, Jamberry Nails Independent Consultant Review & Giveaway | Still Playing School

Heather Moore, Jamberry Nails Independent Consultant Review & Giveaway

By Devany LeDrew | Labels:
Jamberry Nail Shields are an easy, practical alternative to painting your nails.  They are applied with heat and adhere to your nail, but they are easy to remove with no damage and they never chip.  They are available in so many patterns making them much more creative and versatile than polish.

When Heather Moore, Jamberry Nails Independent Consultant contacted me about reviewing and hosting a giveaway for her Jamberry business, I jumped at the chance!  I have been a fan of Jamberry for over a year now, but I hadn't purchased out of the most current catalog so I was excited to try a new pattern.

I chose Turple Ombre, but End of the Rainbow was a close second choice!  I also recommend the sparkle collection because I love the glitter, but loathe removing real glitter polish from my nails!

The sheets arrive like this so as you can see there are enough shields for 2 to 3 complete applications (maybe more) depending on the size and length of your nails.  What I failed to consider was the fact that my nails are short, so the it was tricky to showcase the ombre well.  I put them in my toenails to get more color showing.  I alternated colors between turquoise and purple on the smaller toenails. 

Let me be honest with you guys, though: Feet are weird.  It was difficult for me to get a picture that I would share with you, because my nails look great, but the rest of my foot?  I haven't had a pedicure since I D was born.  And feet just look weird, don't they?  The more I took and edited the pictures, the stranger I was convinced my feet look.  Without further ado:

I also applied another pattern from my stash to E's nails for the first time.  While they make them specifically for children under the age of 8, we haven't purchased the kids' sheets yet.  (These would make a great gift idea for E if any family members are reading this!) We used the rice bag application method instead of the hair dryer for E as Heather recommended.  We still had several off soon after though, probably because she is a picker.  (An hour after a temporary tattoo application and she is ready to scrub it off.)  I'm hoping this will get better as she gets older!


They are totally cute on her, even if she did choose the most adult pattern I had in my collection.  It was a nice change of pace for our mommy/daughter nail nights!

In addition to the $15 gift certificate for one sheet that we are giving away to one reader using the Rafflecopter widget below, we are hosting a Still Playing School Jamberry Party on Facebook!  The details are all outlined by Heather on the event page, but basically if you invite friends or order through this party or post a picture of your Jamicure, etc. you are entered to win the hostess rewards. (This means free and discounted products for you!)  You can join the party without committing to purchasing anything just to get to know Heather and see what patterns and tips she posts for the next few weeks!

You can also find Heather on Twitter and she has helpful tutorial videos on YouTube!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

We received the Turple Ombre nail shield sheet for writing this review, but as always, all opinions and enthusiasm are completely our own! 


  1. I love them all, but honestly I prefer anything bright/colorful or animal print!

  2. I've never tried these before!

  3. Holy crap, I can't pick a favorite! Toooo many choices, wow!

  4. swiss dot gray & lemon, candy scallop and moonlight sunflower

  5. Mint green chevron, turple ombré and kiss me ombre