How to Get a Perfect Pedicure

Most of us do not pay as much attention to our feet as we render towards our facial beauty. Rough and not-managed feet might ruin your sandal season and certainly have a bad impact upon your overall personality. Regular pedicure can sustain the beauty of your feet, keeping them neat and soft in all seasons. However, parlours charge a hefty amount for performing pedicures and not everyone can afford to pay such amount on regular basis. It is better to perform pedicure at home and save all those bucks you have to pay to the beauticians. It is relatively easier to get a pedicure at home and with ample practice, you can get an expert into it and can help out your friends and family to perform this activity under your supervision as well.


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    You need to wash your feet thoroughly with a beauty soap before starting the pedicure. Dry up your feet after washing and then soak them in lukewarm water to soften up a bit. Add Epsom salts to the warm water and this will further help to soften up your feet quickly.

  • 2

    Once you feel your feet skin has become softer, use a pumice stone to chafe off the rough spots of your feet, especially your heels. This will remove the dead and rough skin (if any) from your feet and make them look nice and soft. Take your feet out of the warm water and dry them with a clean towel.

  • 3

    Use your favourite skin moisturising lotion or even Vaseline and apply it to your feet and legs. This will make your skin smoother.

  • 4

    A cuticle trimmer is to be used to cut off the dead skin around your toenails.

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    Rinse your feet with lukewarm water again, dry them up and then apply any rich lotion onto them. Let the lotion soak deep into your skin for a few minutes before proceeding to the next step.

  • 6

    Soak a cotton ball into a nail polish remover and tab it gently onto your feet to clean the lotion from them. You can use the cotton ball to remove nail polish from youra toenails afterwards.

  • 7

    Take white nail polish and pain the top of your toenails with it. Let it dry and then apply a second coat to it.

  • 8

    Use a spare makeup concealer brush and dip it into 100 percent pure acetone. Apply the acetone to your toenails with steady hands for removing excess white nail polish, creating a thin straight line.

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    Once your toenails are dried up, apply clear coat of polish to your nails and that’s it! You have completed your pedicure.

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