This kind of pedicure is marked by nails that are polished with two colors. This first color is applied over the entire nail. The key feature of a French manicure or pedicure is the application of the white nail polish, which is painted in a thin line to the very top of the nail. Other women maintain a French pedicure all year long.
A French pedicure, as compared to a pedicure done with a vibrant color of nail polish, looks more natural and leaves the feet looking neat and well-cared for. It is not impossible to give oneself a French pedicure at home. Most spas include skin buffing, callus removal, and a foot massage in their pedicure treatments. Better yet, a French pedicure. Prices for a French pedicure at a salon or nail specialist cost between $20 and $30. Picking The Nail Polish
Different from home pedicure, for a french pedicure you need two colors. Do not pick a base that is really thick because you are applying 2 1 layers of nail polish and if you have 2 layers of thick nail polish, it is hard for it to dry.
Also, to relieve your toes and feet of dry skin, exfoliate your feet then apply a nice soft lotion (Jergens will do) or other Pedicure Treatments. Trimming and Filing Nails
To apply a French pedicure, wait until your nails have grown out a bit. Applying The French Pedicure Polish
And finally we have come to the last few steps to the perfect French pedicure-applying the polish itself.
*White Tip-applying the white tips to your French pedicure is the most frustrating step to the pedicure.
* Final Base Coat-This is the last step to the perfect French pedicure.