I absolutely love the feeling of a fresh Jamberry pedi, especially knowing it will last a couple of months. It's hard to believe you get a full pedi from just 2 wraps. I'm sure you have seen this diagram floating around Pinterest and Facebook:
True, the 2-wrap pedi requires a little more trimming and takes a little more time than doing your hands, but you get more out of your sheet this way. Plus it lasts so long it's worth the extra effort. And I LOVE not worrying about smudging my toes when I'm done. Sometimes I try to take a shortcut and put a wrap on my big toe and paint the rest, which always end up smudged and with gunk sticking to my little toes. Ew.
Anyway, I just want to elaborate on how to get a perfect 2-wrap pedi. So of the two largest wraps on the sheet, choose the one that fits your big toe. Big toes can be shaped weird so if you want a custom fit, try this trick.
Then cut the other one into 8 sections, like so:
I used the curved corner pieces to do my 2nd and middle toes, and the square pieces with the straight edges to do my 4th and pinky toes (they usually have a pretty straight/square cuticle anyway).
You just need to trim the little corners off to fit the width of your little toes. I just hold it up to the toe and eyeball it. Then heat, apply, and trim as per usual. Oh, and I use clippers instead of filing - timesaver!
Ahhhhhhhhhhh. Much better!
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