Juliette wrap


The Juliette wrap, or the Juliette Manicure, is a technique of wrapping the nails with paper or a paper-like material and sealing it with adhesive, which was used by some nail technicians before the advent of acrylics. The technique is named after Juliette Marglen who marketed a wrap kit in the 1950s resembling a matchbook holding the linen/sheet material. Only the top third of the nail is covered. This method was touted as a natural nail enhancement.

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Your Guide to Nail Repairs & Reinforcements

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There are a variety of nail issues, from the everyday bitten-nails to the all-out chip or crack, that require you to call in reinforcements. Whether using acrylic or gel (or even a tea bag), we offer some ways to strengthen nails into long-lasting beauts.

A Wrap in Time: History of the Nail Wrap

October 1, 2004

Whether linen, paper, silk, or fiberglass, chances are you’ve seen or done a wrap before. But have you ever thought about its humble beginnings? We decided to take a trip back in time to track the origins of wraps and see how far they’ve come.

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