The summer is the time when your feet are exposed more than the other nine months. When the weather is warm, toes can be exposed to the world without the protection of closed-toed shoes. A pedicure is necessary to prevent your feet from looking unkempt, after months of being neatly tucked away in shoes. Here’s how you can achieve a Beautiful summer pedicure Complete with soft, smooth and polished feet.
One of the most fun parts of applying a summer pedicure is that it is the perfect season to try out and experiment with a variety of different bright and bold colors. Your summer pedicures are a great opportunity to try out some new colors.
Orange, yellow or bright green are all good options for a summer pedicure. Just make sure to stay away from dull blues and purples that can clash with your skin tone and make your feet look like they belong on the end of a corpse instead of a living human ready for the beach.
To get soft, smooth and sandal-ready feet, exfoliation is essential. During the colder months when your feet are always enclosed within shoes, they are likely to develop rough, dry patches, especially where they experience friction against the sides of your shoes.
Soak your feet for 20-30 minutes in warm water to remove dead skin without irritating them. This soak will make them softer and easier to remove. Use a pumice rock and gently smear it around your heels, toes and bottoms in circular motions to get a smooth and soft finish.
Your feet will look soft and smooth if you hydrate them properly. To ensure maximum moisture, you should use a cream that is heavy and gentle to cover your entire foot.
Applying a thick cream moisturizer to your feet, and then putting on thick, fluffy socks before going to bed is a great way to moisturize your skin. While you sleep, keep the socks on. The socks will absorb the cream more quickly into your skin, making it smoother and softer by morning.
What is more summery than flowers? Flowers are vibrant, beautiful, a great addition to summer pedicures. To achieve a stunning flower design, you don’t have to pay a fortune at a spa. You can apply flowers yourself to your pedicure at home.
Paint your big toe in a light colour, like white, to create a simple floral design. Then, dip the rounded head of a pin in brightly colored polish and use it to dot five circles in the shape of a flower in the center of your toe. Finish off the flower design by dipping the needle end the pin in a different, darker polish color and adding several small dots inside the petals of the flower to create a center.
Glitter polish is a beautiful addition to any pedicure. Try it even if you’ve never applied glitter polish on your nails before.
Investing in a glitter polish with a translucency is advisable. This versatile polish can be used over any color to add a pop of shine and sparkle to your summer pedicure.
Many skin balms claim to soften and smooth rough or dry skin patches on the feet. These balms, although they may give the impression of smoother and softer skin for a short time, do not actually penetrate into your skin. They can lead to cracks or weakness in your skin.
Choose a moisturizer that is oil-free and non-comedogenic instead. This will not clog pores but will penetrate your skin to soften it.
Are your feet ready for summer? You can use the tips provided in this article to prepare your feet and achieve a bright fun look. Beautiful summer pedicure Get ready to show off your toes wherever you go.