How to do PEDICURE At Home:
Having attractive feet is a universal desire. Whether you are a male or female, young or old, attractive, neat, and clean feet are attractive. The high cost of salon pedicures can mean trying to hide your feet in socks or closed-toe shoes for months until you can afford to get to the salon. Happily, there are simple steps to giving yourself an at-home pedicure.
If you are familiar with at-home spa treatments, you may already have some of the necessary supplies on hand. Check your cupboards for nail clippers, cuticle pusher, a file (or pumice stone), cuticle cream, toe separators, nail polish remover, and nail polish. You can buy a pedicure kit online all supplies are available in one kit.
Although not all of these tools are absolutely required, having all of them will result in a salon-finish at-home pedicure.
STEP 1: Let Your Nail Polish Remover Do Its Thing
Completely remove any nail polish that’s still on your toenails using nail polish remover and a cotton pad. If you don’t have any leftover polish, you should still run nail polish remover over your nail to remove any excess oils.
STEP 2: Soak Your Feet Like You’re at the Spa
Fill your tub with warm water and soap (body wash will do!), and let your feet soak for 15 minutes.
STEP 3: Get Rid of Dead Skin
After dying off your feet, use a foot file to remove any dead skin from callused (hard) areas. Parts to pay attention to are the balls of your feet, the sides of your feet and your heels. Scrape these areas until they feel smooth, but don’t overdo it.
STEP 4: File and Shape Your Nails
Use a nail trimmer to achieve the length and shape you want. Follow by filing the corners of your nails and buffing to make them smooth. According to Hadley, a big mistake people make at this point in the process is cutting their cuticles.
STEP 5: Apply Cuticle Oil( how to do pedicure at home )
Apply cuticle oil to the base of your nail. “Cuticle oil doesn’t just keep your feet soft and moisturized, but it also keeps your polish from chipping.
STEP 6: Moisturize( how to do pedicure at home )
Moisturize your feet with an unscented lotion.
STEP 7: Prep Your Toes
Use toe separators to make painting your toes easier and avoid making a mess.
STEP 8: Apply Your Base Coat
Paint on your base coat and wait at least two minutes to ensure it’s try. “Don’t forget your base coat because it gives your nail polish something to sink into besides your actual nails.
STEP 9: Finally, ( how to do pedicure at home )
Apply two coats of nail polish, leaving at least two minutes in between each coat for it to dry.
STEP 10: Finish With a Quick-Drying Top Coat ( how to do pedicure at home )
Finish with a top coat so your nails maintain high shine and luster. Since nail polish takes about 12 hours to harden, Hadley recommends sticking your finished toenails into cold water for a few minutes to make your nail polish harden faster and help it solidify.
Please watch the video below for more information though I pedicure in Spa same process can be done at home too