Alright, ladies and gents! Spring is in full session.
Winter boots have gone away and pretty sandals have come out to play.
Living in New England, I wasn’t too sure if we were still experiencing Sprinter, so I decided to hold off on packing up my snow boots. However, with several days in the high 60’s, I’m thinking Spring finally decided to show up. And now that she’s here, let’s not scare her away with jacked up feet.
Most people don’t get pedicures in the winter. Why? I don’t know! It makes it easier to get ready for sandal season. And who doesn’t love a foot massage? Working on a budget, as I do, it can be tough. But I say if you’re going to splurge on something, this is would be the thing. Your first Spring pedicure should be a professional one. But if you INSIST on doing it yourself, then make sure you do it right.
Sandal Season Rules
No cracked heels.
No dry feet.
Cut those toenails and shape them.
No chipped or outgrown nail polish.
No toes or heels hanging over the sandal’s edges. Make sure your shoes fit!
If you have hair on your toes, unless you’re a male, shave it.
A pumice stone is your friend. Use one everyday during the warmer months. Sandals help your feet pick up dirt; dirt which can only come off with some extra help. Also, your foot is prone to drying out and becoming cracked and callused. Smoothen them out!
I don’t think I should need to tell you to shave your legs. But I will. Shave, laser or whatever you do to get rid of that leg hair.
Simple rules that more people than you know refuse to follow. Make me proud, people! And feel free to send in some pics of those cute sandals or feet!