Make your nails stand out by painting each one with a different color. We went bold for spring. Starting with the thumb, we used Nina Ultra Pro Ocean View, China Glaze Spontaneous, OPI I Just Can’t Cope-Acabana, FingerPaints A-Cry-Lic A Girl and China Glaze Four Leaf Clover. Let your nails dry completely.
Regular pedicures not only help keep feet looking pretty, they also keep nails trimmed, calluses controlled and skin moisturized. In addition, a foot massage helps to relieve tension and stimulate circulation. Treat yourself to a salon or spa pedicure or pamper your feet at home. Start by cutting toenails straight across with a toenail clipper then shaping nails with cushion file. Next, refresh feet with a 10 minute foot soak using an large bowl or inflatable pedi bath. Smooth away dry skin and calluses with a sloughing lotion, foot file, salt scrub or pumice stone. For an extra treat, use a moisturizing, softening foot masque to condition the skin. Rinse and dry feet, then massage them with a foot lotion or massage oil. Before polishing nails, remove all traces of oil or lotion with a cotton swab soaked in polish remover. To give your pedicure the perfect finish, use a professional-quality base coat, followed by two coats of top coat. Allow polish to dry completely.