Hello! Since we are in sandal season I pay a lot of attention to my feet. In the winter no one ever looks at my feet because I am wearing close toed shoes so I don't need to have my feet looking perfect. This totally changes in the summer when I basically live in sandals and wedges. During the summer I know that everyone can see my feet so I try to keep them looking at their best. I try to do this about once a week, but really I just do this whenever I have the time. If you would like to learn about my pedicure routine then keep on reading!
I like to start off my pedicure routine when I get out of the shower so that the skin on my feet is soft and easy to work with instead of trying to work with dry feet. The first thing that I do is use a pumice stone on the bottom of my feet to remove any callouses or rough skin. My favorite is this one from Daiso which does a great job while not being too rough. (I thought you would appreciate seeing a new pumice stone instead of the used one!) Then I like to use a foot mask to really moisturize my feet. Foot masks are basically like using a face mask for your feet, but instead of the liquid being on a sheet the liquid is inside of booties that you put on your feet. My favorite foot mask is from Daiso, but if you don't have a foot mask then you can always just use a foot cream or a thick body cream.
After I have taken off my mask and waited for my feet to dry, its time for polish! I always use a base coat on my toes just like I do on my nails. My favorite is the Foundation Base Coat from NUBAR link! but you can use whichever base coat you have on hand. Lately my favorite color on my toes has been OPI's Strawberry Margarita link! which is a bright, cool toned pink. I usually forget to use a top coat, but polish on my toes always seems to last so much longer than polish on my nails. Does anyone know why polish always lasts so long on toes, but not on fingers? Anyways, that's the end of my pedicure routine! If you are interested in nails you can check out my post on nail art with a sponge here link!
See you soon,
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