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With the sandal season unraveling with full force, our toes are constantly exposed which means that we have to make sure they're up for the standards du jour. After your pedicure is done, you want to flaunt it as much as possible. Whether you are looking to maintain your work or simply stretch the time between appointments, there are things you can do the extend the life of your pedi. It is especially true for DIY jobs, but even if you don't, you can still have a strong influence. Here are a few tips to try: Prepare the nails pro... Read More
Toe nails are just as important as the ones that are more visible. Especially with the arrival of the summer we should devote more time and attention to our pedicure. These statement accessories when sported plain and polished or decorated with the various nail art trends would offer us the chance to look stunning. Brighten up your look with a refined pedicure you do it in your own home. In order to preserve the spotless condition of your nails make sure you keep in mind the basic home pedicure tips. These will guide you through t... Read More
Dry heels can become a problem since it can lead to cracked skin. The skin around the heels will thicken as it dries and it will crack due to pressure and lack of elasticity. Cracked heels can be painful and unappealing this is why you need to take care of your heels. In order to treat or prevent your heels from drying you need to: soak your feet into warm water and rub your heels using a pumice stone or a heel file. They will remove the excess of dead skin thus revealing a softer and smoother skin apply a foot cream that moistur... Read More
Host a home spa party or pedicure party! A home spa pedicure recipe will get your toes in tip top shape and ready for sandal season and will revitalize moisturize tired feet. This grapefruit-vodka foot treatment from the Tribeca-based natural nail spa sounds good enough to drink, but we suggest you whip up a second batch for your drinking pleasure.You will need: 1 gallon grapefruit juice (no pulp) 1 sliced grapefruit (pink or yellow) 2 limes (1 sliced in wheels, the other halved) 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 shot glass of vodka Pou... Read More