How to Give Yourself an At-Home Pedicure That's, You Know, Actually Good

  • Giving yourself a DIY pedicure doesn't have to be hard.

  • For those times when you can't get to the nail salon, it's good to know how to paint your own toes.

  • All you need are a few nail tools and you'll be able to give yourself a great pedicure at home in no time.

There comes a time in everyone's life when you're in desperate need of a pedicure and, for whatever reason, you can't get to the nail salon. It could be that your regular go-to spot is closed, an event sneaks up on you with little to no time to prepare, or you find yourself stuck at home with an unusual amount of time on your hands (social distancing problems, are we right?). Whatever the case, those times call for whipping out your trusty kit of nail tools and giving yourself a pedicure at home.

Just one problem: DIY pedicures have a tendency to end up looking like you did it blindfolded (just us?). Either way, it's hard to replicate the relaxing spa treatment you receive at a salon. But what if it doesn't have to be? We tapped an expert to get tips on how you can up your pedicure game in just a few easy steps. If your nail skills are a little lacking and you're in desperate need of a pedicure, keep reading to learn how to give yourself the perfect pedicure at home.

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