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5 Pedicure Tips You Need to Know

Pedicure is not only a beauty procedure. It helps to maintain healthy nails and skin. For this reason, it is important to perform high quality pedicure throughout the year. For example, it is better to have short toenails in order to avoid various problems and discomfort of the feet in the cold season. Long nails can interfere with walking. At the same time, it is better to refuse from colored varnishes and gel coatings in favor of strengthening medicinal products in autumn and winter.

In summer, it is better to have an elongated nail shape. So a pedicure with bright varnish will look more impressive. A pedicure is not a quick procedure, but a rather lengthy ritual, which has its own important rules. The pedicure process itself takes no more than fifteen minutes with the right approach. Let's recall the most basic rules for high quality pedicure.

The ultimate pedicure rules, tips and tricks

First, before starting the pedicure, collect all the necessary items for the procedure together. You will need a terry towel, container for a foot bath, foot scrub, nourishing foot cream, wooden sticks, pedicure pliers, file. You can vary the rest of the components at your discretion.

Rule # 1

It is best to start your pedicure right after you get out of the shower. This is the very moment when the skin is steamed and the pores are open, so it's time to start cleansing the feet from the stratum corneum.

It is better to file your nails until the moment you start making the footbath. The water will soften the nail plate and will be easier to damage but harder to file. Shape your nails before "water treatments".


Rule # 2

A foot bath will become more useful if you add to it not a simple shower gel, but a special product for a pedicure. As a rule, such products contain special substances that not only care for the skin of the legs, but also have relaxing or, conversely, tonic properties, which is very important for stressed and tired feet. Also, you can limit yourself to herbal infusion and sea salt.

Rule # 3

Peeling is an important step in a pedicure. It is necessary in order to remove dead cells from the surface of the skin, remove rough areas, make the skin softer and smoother. Peeling is performed in two ways - using a special file (grater) for the heels and feet or using cosmetics. The choice of option depends on the condition of the skin.

Rule # 4

It is best to apply the nourishing cream to thoroughly dried feet. In this case, it is better to leave the cream for a few minutes for the best effect, remove the remains with a napkin or towel.


Rule # 5

While the lotion is absorbing, work on the nails: remove the length and file the corners slightly. You don't need to polish the plates with a file: this will only erase the top layer. Better to push back the cuticles with an orange stick, and cover your nails with a primer or base.

Do not cover your nails with nail polish immediately after you have finished your grooming treatments. Ideally, it should be at least half an hour after you have done your foot bath. And if you used a greasy foot cream, then at least an hour. If there is no time at all, the nails must be degreased before applying the nail polish - this technique will provide greater "tenacity" between the nail and the decorative coating. There are special liquids for these purposes, but the usual nail polish remover will also do.

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