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Manicure And Pedicure canTry at Home

1. Basic Cleaning: First things first, remove any nail paint using a non-acetone remover. Also, you need to use a filer to shape your nails and a buffing block to remove any kind of stain on the nails. The buffer will also help you make your nails shine and smoothen the uneven edges.

2. Soaking & Scrubbing: Soak your hands in lukewarm water for about two to three minutes and your legs for about five minutes. Next, give your hands and feet some good exfoliating action with a scrub. You can make a quick homemade scrub by mixing one tablespoon baby oil with one tablespoon of sugar. Gently massage for a few minutes and later rinse your feet and pat dry. You can do this on days you do not have the time for a home pedicure service.

3. Cuticle Care: Rub some vitamin E enriched oil on your cuticles to soften them. You can also use a tool that comes along with a nail cutter or separately to remove the dirt under your nails. Also, take a buffer to smoothen your heels. Use a good moisturiser to hydrate your skin.

4. Apply a Base Coat: Brush on a thin layer of paint on all your nails in order to create an even surface for applying the nail paint. This will also ensure that you smoothen out any ridges on the nails. If you are doing your manicure and pedicure at home, might as well do it the professional way.

5. Final Polish: Now, gently apply the final coat on top of the base coat. If you are into nail art and nail polish, you are going to love doing this. This will give you amazing results as it will help you smoothen out any unevenness or flubs on the nail. Do this process on all your finger and toe nails.