Your fingers are also exposed to the climate more dirt throughout the day than any other part of your body except your face. Experts say they accumulate dirt quickly as well as are always producing brand-new skin cells and shedding the old ones. Feet are usually only seen in the spring and summer, but walking on them all day can also make them so visually and health wise.
A professional pedicure includes a thorough cleaning and lotions that moisturize the skin. Some of the dirt as well as dead skin cells are removed, leaving your feet smooth and reducing the formation of wrinkles. A pedicure additionally removes slightly harder areas, the well-known callus, on the underside of your feet. Not only does this make your feet much more appealing, but it also allows for a much more even distribution of weight on your legs, which can reduce leg and back pain after standing for long periods of time.
After a busy day or week, these can completely relieve your stress, and the benefit of having beautiful nails will last for weeks. Nail color is a great accessory that goes with any outfit, which means you will feel a constant sense of well-being on your feet as well.
Both the mental and physical benefits of a pedicure are incredible. Your feet will both look good and feel good in the process. Your stress will be relieved and your blood circulation will be increased. Moreover, entire process takes little time but lasts for a long time.
The advantages of a pedicure
Those who are unfamiliar with pedicures usually fall into the "pampered" group. Although it is often very pleasant to have your nails done, there are some good reasons that go far beyond the mere luxury experience of getting your toenails done yourself.
There are a variety of benefits to getting a pedicure.
- The appearance
Having beautifully groomed, polished toes is a great feeling and can help ensure that you are always ready to wear a good pair of open-toed shoes or perhaps sandals.
- Dry skin
Scrubbing and moisturizing your feet to soften and remove old, dry skin, especially around the heel and big toes, will directly bring about the result of smoother beautiful feet. In more severe cases of painful, cracked heels, you can also visit a podiatrist.
- Nail health
Polishing your nails not only makes them look shiny and beautiful, but it is also important to increase blood flow to the area. The blood carries nutrients that are important for the well-being and development of the nails. Although we cut our nails short, good nail development is usually a sign of good nail health.
A pedicure can consist of a massage where you massage your legs and feet, which is a great way to unwind and relieve stress and tension. You should always be aware of how important it is for yourself to take a little time off. De-stressing regularly is significant for our overall health.
- Lymphatic and blood flow
Another benefit of foot massage is the regulation of blood flow. Your body has lymph nodes everywhere, which are like little factories that help process the harmful toxins from the lymph fluid and thoroughly cleanse the blood, which is then brought back to the center through the veins. Lymph nodes can also be referred to as glands that are located in our legs behind the knees.
Dipping Powders are fun and you can find many colors to play with. With colors, mach can also highlight an event or perhaps a season.
- Feeling good
One of the most important benefits is the feel good factor. It's amazing how your legs, when treated, can easily make you feel great about yourself and give you a serious confidence boost. Along with feeling relaxed, pampered and beautiful.
Pedicure at home
For your pedicure, start by cutting your toenails straight with a toenail clipper and then shaping your nails with a cushion file.
Next, refresh your legs with a ten-second foot bath in a large bowl or perhaps a pedicure filling bath. Remove dry skin and callouses with a gentle lotion, foot file, salt scrub or perhaps a pumice stone. Additionally, use a moisturizing, softening foot mask to nourish the skin.
Rinse and dry the feet, then massage them with a foot lotion or perhaps massage oil. Before polishing the nails, remove all traces of lotion or oil with a cotton ball soaked in polish remover. To give your pedicure the ideal finish, use the Doonails Dipping Powder for the perfect nail look.
Application of the Dipping Powder on the toenails
Powder can settle or even become dense from sitting for long periods of time & can lead to uneven dipping results. To dip, loosen the powders by shaking the sealed jars or stir with a clean utensil just before use. Make sure you only paint one nail at a time and dip quickly before moving on to the next nail. This can prevent the liquid from drying out and causing even more powder to stick to the nail.
- First push back the cuticles, develop a base texture on the nail plate by filing and disinfect thoroughly.
- Then apply a thin layer of Base Coat to the entire nail surface, sweeping out towards the tip of the nail.
- Next, dip the nail into the base powder.
Then repeat the previous step and paint the nail again with the Base Coat.
- Quickly dip the nail into the color powder of your choice at a 45-degree angle, which will then cover the entire nail bed.
- Repeat the process for even better coverage.
- Apply a coat of Activator to harden the liquid and powder combination.
- Wait 2 minutes for the activator to dry completely.
- Once the powder and liquid combination has hardened, file the nails into the desired shape.
- Use our coarse grit buffer to even out the ideal thickness of the nails, then work with the 240 grit buffer to clean up the nail surface.
- Apply another thin coat of Activator and let it soak in.
- Then apply a layer of Top Coat with quick, thin strokes.
- Allow the nails to dry for two minutes.
- Apply the Top Coat again and let the nails dry again.
How to get beautiful toenails quickly
A regular pedicure not only helps keep the feet beautiful, but also trims the nails, controls hardness and moisturizes the skin. Additionally, a foot massage helps relieve tension and stimulate circulation.