Monday, June 16, 2014

Manicure Monday: Zenna Henna Nail Art by Jamberry

Henna Nail Art by Jamberry Nails

Guest Post by Denise Boudreau of Nail Embellishments

I rarely wear blue, unless you count blue jeans. But as soon as I saw these Zenna Henna nail wraps, I fell in love with them. The pop of red, white and yellow against the different shades of blue jazz up the henna-inspired pattern. They are perfect for summer because they look so pretty with jean capri pants, jean skirts, jean shorts and practically anything else. I love wearing sandals and showing off my pedicures. Looking down to see brightly colored nail art just makes me smile!

Jamberry ConsultantDenise Boudreau became an Independent Consultant with Jamberry Nails in April 2014. She is anxious to grow her business, Nail Embellishments, and wishes to build her team by welcoming new customers and mentoring anyone wishing to find out about the company and the business opportunity. Jamberry Nails was launched in Canada in September 2013 and so the potential for growth in Canada is exponential. You can contact her by email at and follow her on Facebook at and on Twitter at

Don't walk - run to Nail Embellishments' Jamberry giveaway before June 25, 2014 for a chance to win free nail wraps to create your own summer pedicure.

Want to be a guest blogger for my Manicure Monday when I don't have new nails of my own to show off? Please contact me using the form on my contact page if you're interested in a free feature. Or if you've done a henna manicure in the past, comment with the link and I'll add it to my featured finds below.

Colorful Henna Nail Art Finds:

Coloured Henna Nail Art Mehndi Henna Nail Art Henna Inspired Nail Art


  1. So pretty! I always see Jamberry Nails on your blog and they look awesome! I definitely need to try this out!

    May from La Vie en May

  2. Really beautiful! So detailed, love the design!

  3. they are so durable, which sold well as being pretty, they stand up very well!

  4. This nail design reminds me of the Magic Gardens here in Philly!

  5. This looks like those intricate polymer clay beads!


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