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Feb

Deluxe Pedicure and the differences with other services? | Nail salon 63031

1. What is a deluxe manicure and pedicure?

Deluxe Manicure or Pedicure. A luxurious treatment including a soak and sugar scrub, cuticle work, nails clipped and filed, hard skin is removed (pedicure) and a blissful paraffin wrap is applied. ... A choice of gel polish or traditional nail polish is available.

2. What is included in a deluxe pedicure?

Deluxe Pedicure. A Spa Pedicure at its finest! Includes a lower leg and foot exfoliation, nail & cuticle grooming, as well as a hydrating Shea Butter massage cream. A warm paraffin mask to help nourish the skin while soothing sore muscles and joints.

3. What is the difference between a pedicure and a deluxe pedicure?

The main difference between a spa pedicure and a regular pedicure is quality. A spa pedicure is more detail oriented and luxurious and keeps the standards high when it comes to technique and care. However, if you are looking for simple touch ups on a regular basis, a regular pedicure may fit you better

4. What are the different types of pedicures?

Different Types of Pedicures

  • Regular Pedicure. A regular pedicure is the most common type of treatment for your toes. ...
  • French Pedicure. ​This type of pedicure is a popular trend among women. ...
  • Gel Pedicure. ...
  • Paraffin Pedicure. ...
  • Hot Stone Pedicure. ...
  • Fish Pedicure. ...
  • Mini Pedicure. ...
  • Spa Pedicure.

5. How long does a deluxe pedicure take?

A pedicure will usually last between 30 and 90 minutes, depending on the techniques involved. Allow time afterwards to ease yourself back into standing up!

6. What do I need to know before getting a pedicure?

Seven Don'ts (and One Do) Before You Get Your Pedicure

  • Don't paint or polish over discolored toenails. ...
  • Don't share emery boards. ...
  • Don't shave your legs beforehand. ...
  • Don't round your toenails when clipping them. ...
  • Don't cut your cuticles. ...
  • Don't use a “foot razor.” ...
  • Don't leave any moisture between toes. ...
  • Do schedule your pedicure as early in the day as possible.

7. Why do pedicures feel so good?

You exfoliate your face to make it nice and soft, brighter, and feel brand new. Why are you forgetting about your feet? Getting a pedicure exfoliates your foot skin, making it fresh and free of dead skin. It helps promote new cell growth so your feet are left nice and soft, and look even better!


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