The *Only* Tools To Purchase For At-Home Pedicures
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The *Only* Tools To Purchase For At-Home Pedicures

Your toes will thank you.

We really do bare it all in the summer months, which means that it’s typically the time of year when we are the most on top of our beauty routine, skincare, haircare, etc, etc, etc. When it really comes down to it though, our main focus is typically nails. More specifically our toenails. Summertime is when we go into a pedicure frenzy, getting them every chance we can so that our feet are looking top notch in all the fancy sandals that we’re rocking. Let’s be real though, getting a pedicure on a biweekly basis can get downright expensive. So much so that we’re stocking our medicine cabinet with everything we need to get a salon style pedicure from the comfort of our own couch. Better yet, we’re filling our shopping carts with the tools and products that the below experts have recommended so we really can’t go wrong. Cheers to that.

 


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“This is a new skin care line from OPI. It was made specifically hands and feet. There’s so many products & tools within this collection that make it a great go to for every need!”

OPI Pro Spa Foot File, $35

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“The last thing anyone wants when doing their own pedi is toenail clippings flying everywhere! These clippers have a guard that catches any clippings you can empty afterwards for the most sanitary pedi possible!”

Sally Hansen Clip N’ Catch, $7

 
SABRINA GAYLE

CV: Natalie Portman, Adwoa Aboah, Lily Donaldson

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“I love this product, as much as my clients do. It is fairly expensive but does a fantastic job at removing dead cells and hardened skin—the wet/dry brush intended for daily use is a fab accompaniment. Very much worth the investment.”

Clarisonic Pedicure Head, $32

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“This gentle buffer will smooth out peeling or flaking without aggravating the nail bed.”

Dr. Dana Perfect Grit Priming Wand, $15
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