When you go to a salon, you are looking for a pedicure that suits you. Pedicures can vary depending on the spa and pedicurist, but you can find a perfect pedicure for yourself. Following is a guide by Danie’s Beauty Salon, about different types of pedicures available at professional salons.
French pedicure is a pedicure that uses long-lasting nail varnish, whitens the tip and then squares off your toenails. In the paraffin wax pedicure, warm wax is rubbed into your nails and feet, to moisturize and soften your feet.
Gel pedicure uses a clear or colored gel that is bonded to your nails with UV light, giving your nails a glossy finish. A luxury pedicure includes a whole-foot treatment of your feet. This includes massage, softened paraffin wax and heated towels. This wrap will warm and soothe your feet, eventually making your skin soft and hydrating your nails.
Make sure that you choose a qualified nail technician at a reputed salon. Moreover, the pedicurist must have high standards of hygiene. Another thing to ensure is the newly pedicured feet must not be covered with socks or shoes. It is recommended that you bring a pair of flip-flops along, which can be worn after your pedicure. The reason is that spa-standard nail polish may take up to 12 hours to dry completely and you do not want to ruin your newly painted nails with your footwear.
If you are looking for a professional pedicure that will rejuvenate your feet, then don’t hesitate to book a pedicure from Beauty Salon in Glendale, CA.