It’s the season for sandals and flip-flops and that means your tootsies are in full display. If you want to show off your pretty feet then you need to take care of them. The only thing worse than a foot with a fungus is one that looks like it has fungus due to neglect. So don’t let your feet down; treat them right!
Here are some tips on how to give yourself a pedicure at home:
1. Fill a bucket with warm water and add a few drops of liquid soap or bath gel.
2. Soak your feet for about 15 minutes or until the skin begins to soften.
3. Dry your feet with a towel and use a pumice stone or foot file on any dry areas to remove dead skin, especially around the heels.
4. Use nail clippers or scissors to cut nails straight across, then gently file the edges of each nail smooth with an emery board; avoid cutting corners too short because this can lead to painful ingrown nails.
5. Apply cuticle remover around the sides of each nail, then push back the excess skin with an orange stick or by pressing gently on it with one finger while you hold your hand over the
The summer is approaching quickly and we all want to look our best! The best way to pamper yourself is to start with your tootsies. Pedicures are a great way to be able to show off those cute summer shoes and sandals.
If you’re like me, you don’t always have the time or money to go get a pedicure done at a salon. With these step-by-step instructions, you can achieve the same results at home!
When it comes to grooming and beautifying your feet, a pedicure is the optimum way to go. A pedicure is the best way to relax, pamper, beautify and treat your feet. Regular pedicures not only help you maintain good foot health but also allow you to work on your feet.
This blog post will guide you through every step of a professional pedicure process. From how to do a pedicure at home to what tools you will need for a DIY pedicure, we have got you covered!
What do you think of when we say “pedicure”? The first thing that comes to mind for most people is getting their nails painted and going out with pretty toes. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. A pedicure is much more than that!
A professional pedicure begins with soaking the feet, trimming nails and cuticles and exfoliating dead skin cells from the heels and soles. A foot massage rounds out the process and leaves your feet feeling soft, smooth and refreshed.
The summer is just around the corner! Yay! It’s time to go outside, have fun and enjoy the sun, but with all that great weather comes sandals, open-toe shoes and bare feet. So this spring we have put together a little guide to teach you how to take care of your feet at home.
First, let’s start by gathering all the supplies you will need for your DIY pedicure:
First, clip your nails using clippers or a nail file. Keeping them clipped to the desired length is essential for proper foot care. Also, remove any cuticles and dry skin from around your nails using a cuticle pusher or an orange stick. You may also want to push back your cuticles before soaking your nails in a salt bath.
Once you have done that it is time to soak your feet! Add warm water to a large bucket or sink, dissolve 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt in the water and stir it well with a spoon; if you wish, add 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar into the mix too. Mix it until fully dissolved and then add 1/4 cup of olive oil and mix again. Place your feet in the bucket and let them soak for about 10 minutes. Adding apple cider vinegar
In this article we will be giving you step by step guide on how to do manicures as well as pedicures at home. Before we begin it is necessary for you to know the tools that you need for doing these procedures on your own. For pedicures, you need:
Pumice stone or foot scrubber
Base coat and top coat nail polish
For manicures, the tools needed are:
Cuticle remover/cuticle nippers or pusher
Cotton balls/cotton pads/cotton swabs
Base coat and top coat nail polish
Soak your feet in warm water, while you exfoliate your feet with a pumice stone to remove dead skin and calluses.
Dry them, cut or file your nails and push back the cuticles with an orangewood stick.
Apply a thick layer of moisturizing cream on your feet and heels, massage them for 5 minutes, then rinse well.
Pat dry and apply a foot lotion on them.
Apply a coat of nail polish. After it dries up, apply another coat.
Sitting comfortably in front of the TV at home, start by cutting and filing your nails using a professional manicure set.
Push back your cuticles with an orangewood stick, then apply some moisturizing lotion to nourish them.
Now apply some basecoat on your nails and let it dry out completely before applying the first coat of nail polish.
Let the first coat dry completely before applying another one.