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summer pedicure
{angie}
Warm weather is upon us and it's time to whip out the summer sandals. After all that winter, I'm feeling like it's definitely time to summerize my tooties with an at-home pedicure.

A few minutes of daily attention to your feet can help solve dry skin, cracked heels, and corns or calluses. If you're doing this for the first time this season, it's a good idea to soak your feet in warm water for at least 15 minutes. Coat a sturdy brush or pumice stone with soap and scrub over your feet. Use a pumice stone or file to smooth out any rough spots. Once your feet are dry, rub in some cream or lotion. While your nails are still soft, push back your cuticles, clean under the nails, and trim and file your nails. Then add your favorite summer colors. I personally love OPI nail products because they last longer, especially for toenails. Then, for some extra summer style, add some cute decals or rhinestones and cover with clear polish. 



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