DIY Home Pedicure Tutorial

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The weather in San Diego has been all over the place lately. We have had some of the most beautiful sunny days in January and February and then this weekend the rain finally decided to show up. Yay for the rain since we need it but I prefer sunny days full of sunshine, outdoors and pretty spring colored toenails! I absolutely love a good pedicure where I can sit back with a glass of champagne and let someone else massage my feet, but I can’t always afford that. I like to have pretty toenails ALL the time and in order to not break the bank I have found some super easy and fun ways to do my own natural beauty pedicure right at home. Check out this fun tutorial for a DIY pedicure using quality yet inexpensive products from Walgreens.

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First, I picked up all the items I needed from Walgreens. I grabbed nail polish remover, cotton squares, foot scrub tool with 4 scrubbies, a scrub wash, cuticle remover, lotion and my favorite color polish. I picked up this bright red orange color called ‘Hot Tamale’ because I love this color for spring. It also happens to be one of my favorite colors… I guess that means I am a Hot Tamale. Right?!

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Next, I made a little bath tub. I found a bucket with two handles to make it easy to carry outside. I poured in some of my favorite smelling coconut body scrub and poured warm water on top to make bubbles.

Then I used each side of the 4 scrubby brushes to scrub the dead skin off the bottom of my feet. I like to use the roughest side first and then finish with the soft smooth side. While I was scrubbing my feet, I added a little extra of the coconut scrub to the brush to really help remove any old skin. I Let my feet soak in the warm water for a few minutes after scrubbing.

Then I dried off my feet and grabbed my cuticle cream and a cuticle tool. The cuticle cream comes with a few little wooden tools you can use or if you have one on hand like I did you could use that. I Added the cream to each nail using the cotton squares to rub it in good. Then I took my tool to remove any excess cuticles. I then trimmed my toenails and removed my old polish with the nail polish remover.

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I ended my pedicure with a good Massage with a little bit of lotion. I Slid on my flip flops and painted my ‘Hot Tamale’ toenails!  

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What is your favorite polish color for spring?
Let me know in the comments.
Enjoy, Bri

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks, Bri, for the tutorial! My toes are a wreck and I need to either do my own pedicure in the worst way or get one done!

    1. You’re Welcome Carole! I am glad you find the tutorial helpful!

  2. I almost always do my own toes, so I love to see how others recreate the spa experience at home. That color is amazing and will definitely be on my list to try! My favorite color is Cajun Shrimp – it’s such a fun color! #client

    1. Ooo Cajun Shrimp does sound like a fun color! Thank you Kelly!

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