8 Pro Tips For Getting A Salon-Quality Pedicure At Home

Remove Old Lacquer

 Prefer using the OPI Expert Touch Lacquer Remover along with a cotton pad to effectively remove old nail polish from my nails.

Cut, File, and Buff the Nails

Doing this is crucial before soaking your feet because, even though it's fun to sit in a foot bath, wet nails tend to soften and become more difficult to shape.

Wash Your Feet

It's a fact that we all occasionally get things stuck between our toes, and I find it unsettling to think about that—or anything else—swimming around while I soak my feet.

Soak Your Feet

The good times are about to start. For this, I prefer to utilize a foot spa. They last forever, and as an added plus, the majority of versions can also massage your feet, so trust me when I say it's well worth the money.

Break Out the Foot File

After your skin has relaxed, use a callus stone to really focus on any areas where you may have callused skin, such as the tops of your toes, cracked heels, and the soles of your feet.

Take Care of Your Cuticles

Cuticles can cause some disagreements. Naturally, there's a certain allure to having naked, perfectly clean nails. We're all trained to regularly push them back because of this.

Exfoliate

It's time to give your skin the best exfoliation possible right now.  I like to scrub my feet, ankles, heels, and full leg with the Frank Body Original Coffee Scrub.

Moisturize

Moisturizer comes next. I like to give myself a little foot and leg massage as I apply a thick layer of calming cream.