Jamberry closed in June 2018 leaving approximately 50,000 consultants without a company. You can read more in this CBS news report. The information below is archived from Jamberry’s website:
Jamberry was conceived in 2010 when three sisters, Lyndsey, Christy and Keri, were together for a girls’ day out. Realizing that a slow and expensive visit to the nail salon could be something much more, they came up with the idea for a line of do-it-yourself nail wraps. Founded on the notion that styling your nails could do more than just look great, Jamberry entered the beauty sphere in early 2011 with a social selling business model. The founders believed that together, they could not only enrich their own lives but the lives of women everywhere.
This information is taken directly from the company’s website to avoid misrepresenting them in any way.
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