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Jamberry Holiday Gift Sets


We just came out with 3 Holiday Gift Sets that will be available until January 15 (or while supplies last) and they are perfect for gift giving! Your only decision is which one to get.  Buy them for a friend or relative for a birthday, Christmas or other occassion or just for yourself because you deserve it.  But wait, it gets better...host a party and get them for free or 1/2 price! Contact me for details, but don't wait...the clock is ticking...

Jamberry's Winter Wishes Holiday Gift Set includes everything you need to get in the holiday spirit. It includes application tools, two festive nail wraps, exclusive Cranberry-scented Nourish, and 'Ruby' lacquer. This enchanting set is a must-have for any beauty lover. So bundle up and make a bold statement this holiday season!

Pricing: US$45 | CA$52.50 | AU$59 | NZ$72
What’s Inside:
  • Starry Night (satin finish)
  • Winter Lace (clear)
  • Ruby Lacquer
  • Cranberry Scented Nourish (1oz)

Glitz, glitter and glam, oh my! Jamberry's All is Bright Holiday Gift Set includes everything you need to get in the holiday spirit. It includes application tools, two festive nail wraps, exclusive Pear-scented Nourish, and "Foiled" Lacquer. This enchanting set is a must-have for any beauty lover. So bundle up and make a bold statement this holiday season! 

Pricing: US$45 | CA$52.50 | AU$59 | NZ$72
What’s Inside:

  • Love Note (clear)
  • Gold Rush (satin finish)
  • Foiled Lacquer
  • Pear Scented Nourish (1oz)

Jack Frost is here, and he is nipping at your nose! Frost your little one's fingertips this holiday season with Jamberry's Junior Holiday Gift Set. It includes application tools, an exclusive junior holiday wrap and "Ice Kissed" lacquer. So call in a snow day and make memories they'll never forget. 

Pricing: US$30 | C$35 | AUS$43 | NZ$48
What’s Inside:

  • Meltdown (Glossy)
  • Ice Kissed Lacquer

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