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Thursday, December 23, 2010

A Few Tips To Keep Your Nails Looking Good!

The holidays are here which means it’s time to add a little something special to your look. Put the perfect amount of twinkle in your step with perfectly primped, bedazzled toes. Take my advice and follow these steps to perform an at-home pedicure that will leave your feet healthy and lookin' good - with a touch of sparkle for a little holiday cheer!

TIP ONE: Milk It

After removing nail polish and spraying feet with an antiseptic, soak feet in water and milk. Adding milk is a crucial step as water can strip skin of moisture and leave feet drier. Milk naturally exfoliates and nourishes the skin and it’s right in your refrigerator.

TIP TWO: Care for Cuticles with Caution

Lightly shape the toenails by cutting nails back slightly and massaging toes and feet with cream or oil. After feet have soaked for a few minutes, push back the cuticles – do NOT cut them. Cutting them creates more hangnails and can even lead to infection.

TIP THREE: Scrub Wisely

Lightly buff the nail plate while it is still moist with a cuticle cream or conditioner. Then buff the skin on your feet by applying a foot scrub and massaging the formula deep into the skin, concentrating on trouble spots.

TIP FOUR: Pick Your Shade and Polish Away!

Choose from a range of rich, eye-catching colors for a unique style all your own. To stick with the holiday spirit, I recommend a shimmery metallic, bold bright hue, or a festive red. After applying color, add a top coat. Then  place a beautiful, sparkling Swarovski crystal creation on the nail of your choice for a little holiday cheer. Your Bedazzled beauty can range from a single stone to a cute cluster.

Put on your party shoes and show off those sexy toes this holiday season! And please don't forget to visit As U Wish Nail Spa if you are in the neighborhood!

Happy Holidays to All!

~Skyy Hadley - owner, As "U" Wish Nail Spa (Hoboken, NJ)

~I was not paid or compensated for this post, just passing on information.

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