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Pedicure at home in 5 easy steps
Pamper your feet at home-based with a homemade pedicure. Our feet tend to get rough from constant walking, weather conditions, and improper skincare. There are some popular products that you can use to get a professional pedicure at home. All you need is nail cutters, cotton pads, nail polish remover, cuticle cream, a nail file, a loofah, a good scrub, and a foot care product. Put your products together and follow our step-by-step instructions and let yourself pamper at home
First, you need to slim and shape your nails. Use the nail polish remover to remove the old nail polish and carefully trim your nails. Make sure you cut straight and don’t cut too much at the corners, as this can lead to painful ingrowing toes. Use a nail file to figure them into the shape you want.
Treat your feet to a nice foot bath. In a basin or tub, pour enough warm water to cover your ankles and add some bath salt. You can also add a few drops of essential oil of your choice. Also, put some smooth pebbles in the water. These provide a gentle massage when you place your feet on them. Soak your feet and reduce for 15-20 minutes. Dry them with a towel.
The next step is peeling. When you finish with the foot bath, pat your feet dry and rub some cuticle cream onto the base of each nail. Leave it on for a few minutes. For the time being, use a foot scrub and remove any dry and dead skin cells. Be firm but don’t scratch too much. Then wipe off the cuticle cream and carefully push back the cuticle with a cuticle pusher.
When you’ve finished scrubbing, wash and hydrate your feet. Hydration helps smooth, moisturize, and protect the skin from cracking. Apply a generous portion to the feet and massage in well. Regular foot massages also help stimulate nerve endings, improve blood circulation, and nourish the skin and muscles of the foot.
Now your nails are ready to be clothed. Paint them with a color of your excellent. Always apply a basecoat. Please wait for it to dry, and then use a coat of nail polish. Let it dry completely before applying the next layer. You can also liven up your feet with a nice anklet or toe rings! Makes the nail polish last longer.
Gather your pedicure supplies
Before starting your home pedicure, make sure you have all of the right tools. (And because I know you’re thinking about it – don’t worry, we’ve got some great product recommendations in this guide if you need a few ideas.) You can decide how simple or fancy you want your supplies to be, but overall
Okay, listen to me, but I’m obsessed with doing pedicures at home. And no, I’m not just talking about painting and filing my toenails; I mean doing my best to soak my feet, remove calluses with a pumice stone, and apply my favorite cuticle creams and oils like shit. And as a resident expert, I can safely say that it’s surprisingly easy (and, uh, fun?). Per.
So when you’re ready to meet me, read on for the ultimate guide to a decent pedicure, including all of my baby soft feet tips and tricks and tons of recs products (think: cult-favorite polishers, mild nail polish removers, and more).
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