3 Steps to A Beautiful Summer Pedicure
The weather is changing and the days are getting longer. The summer season is upon us, and it’s time to show those feet! But if you’re anything like me, your feet have been hiding in closed-toed shoes for months, and you may be feeling a little self-conscious about all that hard skin, cracked heels and chipped nail polish. But no fear! With our simple three-step guide, you can have beautifully polished toes and soft, smooth feet in less than an hour.
Step 1: Soften the Skin
The first step to any pedicure treatment is soaking your feet in warm water to soften the skin. Fill a foot bath or large bucket with warm water (around 35 degrees) and add some essential oils or bath salts of your choice. If you want to make this process extra relaxing, light some candles, put on some music and enjoy a refreshing beverage while you wait for the water to work its magic. You can also use this time to exfoliate your legs using a loofah or body scrub (I recommend Soap & Glory’s Flake Away Body Polish). This will help remove any dry or dead skin cells from your feet before
The best part of summer is the time to relax and enjoy all the fun activities that summer offers. One such activity is a pedicure. Oftentimes we find ourselves running around trying to keep up with life, but taking the time to treat yourself to a pedicure is key to maintaining beautiful feet in the warm weather months.
In this blog I will provide you with 3 steps to achieving a beautiful summer pedicure at home as well as some tips that will make your experience more enjoyable.
First, let’s start by gathering the materials needed for our project. You will need cotton balls, nail polish remover, nail clippers and file, pumice stone or foot scrubber, foot soak, foot lotion, body oil, cuticle cream or cuticle oil, white cotton socks, and your favorite nail polish colors.
Second, you want to get started by clipping your nails straight across with your clippers and then lightly filing them into shape (squoval). It’s important to remove any dead skin from your heels with a pumice stone or foot scrubber so that they are soft and smooth. After cleaning your heels you will want to soak your feet in warm water with a foot soak for 10 minutes.
Summer is on its way, and what better way to get ready for the beach than by having a beautiful pedicure! This blog will explain how to get a perfect summer pedicure in just three easy steps.
Step 1: Clean your tools.
Before you can enjoy your nice new pedicure, it is first important to prepare your tools properly. You want to be sure that they are clean and sanitary to help prevent any infections.
Be sure to wash off all of the dirt with warm water and soap. After that, you can use rubbing alcohol to make sure that the nail file, clippers and other tools are sterilized. You can also use rubbing alcohol on your feet if you want. It will help dry out any dead skin cells and leave your feet feeling fresh and clean!
Step 2: Cut your nails into shape.
Once you have cleaned all of your tools, it’s time for step two: cutting your nails into shape! The best way to do this is with an emery board or pumice stone so that they don’t get too jagged at the edges when filing them down later on in this process.
Summer is here and your pedicure needs are probably at an all time high. It’s not a secret that a pedicure can be a relaxing and beautiful experience, but only if you go about it the right way. The wrong way is to rush through the process and leave with a mediocre look and feeling like it wasn’t worth the money you spent on it. But if you do it right, your summer will be filled with compliments on your toes!
Here are 3 steps to making sure you get that beautiful summer pedi every time:
1. Find yourself a good salon
2. Find someone who is good at doing pedicures
3. Ask for what you want!
Find yourself a good salon
Let’s start with the very first step: finding yourself a great place to get your feet done! How do you find out where to go? You can always ask friends or neighbors where they go, but this means that even if the salon is really good, there might not be anyone there who is really great at doing pedicures. Another option would be to look online for salons in your area, but I would suggest looking at more than just one option before deciding where to go because many of these salons will have reviews from
Oh, the pedicure. A beautiful summer pedicure is just what you need to get your toes in tip-top shape for sandal season. Here are 3 simple steps to give yourself an at-home pedicure that will leave your feet soft and smooth, and looking pretty enough to show off in strappy summer sandals.
1. Soak: Fill a tub or large bowl with soapy water, or add a capful of bath gel. Slide in and let your feet soak while you wash your hair or shave your legs.
2. Scrub: When you’re ready, use an exfoliating scrub to remove dead skin cells and leave your skin silky smooth. Focus on heels and calluses—but don’t overdo it!
3. Massage: Finally, apply body lotion all over, but especially on the tops and bottoms of feet. This will help keep them hydrated through the summer months when they tend to get dry from exposure to the sun’s rays.
Use a pumice stone or foot file to buff away any remaining rough patches before applying polish for that perfect summer pedicure look!
With summer around the corner, you’re probably beginning to notice the effects of winter weather on your feet. You need a pedicure!
Here are three steps to get you started on a beautiful summer pedicure.
1. Trim toenails neatly and even with a nail clipper or manicure scissors.
2. Soak feet in warm water with a few drops of essential oil or bath salts, if desired, for 5-10 minutes to soften skin.
3. Remove foot file from bag and use it on the heels of your feet to remove dry, calloused skin. If skin is very dry, repeat after applying lotion or cream to feet.
Summer is almost here and that means flip flops, sandals, and open-toed shoes. So what do you do when it’s time to show off those toes? You give yourself a great pedicure! A basic pedicure is easy to do as long as you follow a few simple steps.
Step 1: Remove Old Nail Polish
Before you begin, be sure all of the old nail polish is removed from your nails. This step is important because any leftover nail polish will affect the way your new nail polish looks.
Step 2: Clip and File
Once your nails are free of polish, clip and file them into the shape you desire. There are many different ways to shape your nails, so choose one that fits your style and nail type. Be sure to file in one direction only to prevent breakage.
Step 3: Paint Your Nails
The last step is to paint on two coats of fresh color. When choosing your color, pick something that goes well with your skin tone as well as the season. Summery colors such as pinks and corals look great during the summer months!