Today is the last day to enter my giveaway for The Golden Hat:Talking Back to Autism book and as one giveaway ends I’m excited to begin another!
These nail shields are really easy to put on, I had never done it before and I think it took me about 15 minutes to do all 10 of my fingernails.
The nail shields are a great conversation starter. I just put them on last night and already I was outside checking on my kids and my neighbor was outside checking on her kids and she noticed my nails right away and said she loved them and it opened up the opportunity for me to tell her more about my son and autism.
So I’m sure you want some Autism Awareness nail shields of your own to try out right?
So here’s what you need to do to get entered in the drawing: You need to follow TJ-Independent Jamberry Nails Consultant on Facebook and come back and leave me a comment here on this post telling me you’ve done this. You can also tell me what your favorite nail shields are from her website. If you want to gain a second entry into the drawing you can follow TJ on Twitter, just make sure you let me know that you’ve done this so I can get your name entered an extra time.
I’m going to keep this giveaway open for one week so you have until next Saturday to enter and I will draw one winner next Sunday April 22nd.
In exchange for this review TJ sent me a free pack of nail shields, of course the opinions above are all my own. I must say though, I like these a lot better then nail polish and I think there will be more nail shields in my future.