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Manicures for a cause

I’ve designed patterns for fabric, wallpaper, dishes, and ribbon, but fingernails are a first!

Recently I teamed up with Margaux Hufnagel, a consultant for Jamberry, to create a collection of nail wrap designs she could sell as a fundraiser. In 2014, at one year old, Margaux’s son James was diagnosed with a rare disease called Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC). Since then the family has worked hard to raise awareness of the disease and help fund medical research. Margaux’s latest idea: offer a limited-edition set of nail designs and donate proceeds to CureAHC.org.

Nail art inspiration
 Typography manicure

If, like me, you hadn’t heard of Jamberry nail wraps before, here’s the info. Designs come on a sheet like a set of stickers. Each sheet will yield 2 or 3 manicures. You can put them on fingers or toes. To apply them, you choose a sticker that matches your nail size, cut it in half, heat it with a hairdryer or other heat source to make it more flexible (I used a candle; I like to live dangerously) and stick it on. Here’s a video showing the application. For other questions like removal and durability, see these FAQs.

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I like to think of it as making a donation to charity and getting free manicures as a bonus. A win for everyone.

Geometric nail art

Retro manicure

Geometric modern manicure

Jamberry NAS array

Follow Margaux (@Tentenjams) on Facebook or Instagram to see more wraps in action.

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