How to get Pretty Feet

3 quick tricks to get your dogs summer-ready

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How to get Pretty Feet

3 quick tricks to get your dogs summer-ready

-Paige Herman-Axel

Sam Edelman gladiatorsIf you’ve flipped through any fashion magazine lately, odds are you know that gladiator sandals are a must-have for spring.But how to get pretty feet to go with those cool new shoes? I have these products on hand to do an at-home pedicure to keep my feet looking their best.

(By the way, I just scooped up this pair–at right–of wallet-friendly Sam Edelman’s in nude patent leather, and I just know they will be my go-to shoes for many months to come.)

1. When showing some skin-especially when it comes to your feet-you want it to be smooth and soft. Barielle Heel and Callus Treatment Cream is rich, thick, and perfect for slathering on before bed. $22,

e.l.f nail polish2. Don’t let calluses or thick, rough skin stand between you and sexy feet. Even if you’re not one to believe television infomercials, the PedEgg really works. $10,

3. Spring is the time to experiment with color, and e.l.f. Cosmetics offers trendy, catwalk-worthy colors for just $1.

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0 thoughts on “How to get Pretty Feet

  1. mk_ultra says:

    Awesome tips. I wish it was warmer in NYC – I can’t wait to wear my gladiators.

  2. needcoffee says:

    running really beats up my feet.I want to order the PedEgg now if it really works!

  3. RELLY says:

    This requires a real manicurist to save your feet! NO matter how many times I try to do it myself with all the above gadgets, it never looks the same as a professional one, esp. with sandals on.

  4. LISHY says:

    Gladiators were popular last year as well. I still have the ones that I barely wore from last season. They are not very comfortable, I’ll say that.

  5. vchin says:

    i wanted to wear sandals today and couldnt, because my feet were not sandal-wearing worthy. awesome tips!

  6. pmsgirl says:

    I actually just saw the PedEgg in the pharmacy this morning–was a buck cheaper too. They also had a version with a long handle.

  7. loubell says:

    The only thing I can’t stand about sandals is all the upkeep and expense needed. NO matter how hard I try, doing a pedicure myself still looks like crap!

  8. chaucerleelou says:

    I can’t wait to slip on my gladiator shoes again, I’ve had boots on since October, it’s time to slip into spring. THanks for the tips, these are really good. My mom swears by that PedEgg thing.

  9. CAMUS890 says:

    I’ll have to get this PedEgg object! Everyone says it’s great and really works. Nothing like saving a few bucks and having nice looking feet!

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