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March 22, 1986 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-22

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Beauty Tips

Continued From Page 98

orange sticks.
• Apply cuticle oil.
• Using small brush, wash oil
off nails.
• Apply base coat before
putting polish directly on nails.
• Color polish.
• Apply top coat.
After nail polish is applied,
plunge the nails into ice water to
freeze the top layer of polish.

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Jewish News

OH MY ACHING FEET: "There
are basic steps which most
salons follow in giving a
pedicure," Friedman asserts. "If
a person exercises, a good foot
and leg massage would be
beneficial. Corns and calluses
call for the expertise of a
manicurist who can effectively
wield a pumise stone as well as a
buffer. Dry skin on feet needs
gentle but firm exfoliation, as well
as a routine to be continued at
home on a frequent basis.
She offers these general
suggestions for foot care: clean
them well, dry well between the
toes, push the cuticles back with
a towel while they are still damp,
keep nails short (runners should
be especially careful about this
since they risk bruising the skin
under the nail if it is too long) and
most importantly, wear shoes
that fit properly.
"There are basic steps which
most salons follow in giving a
pedicure. Most people agree that
the luxury of this attention being
given to their feet makes the
entire body relax and feel
wonderful."
For a do-it-yourself pedicure:
• Soak the feet well in warm,
soapy water.
• After soaking, use a nail
clipper to trim toenails straight
across.
• Next, rub feet entirely with a
peeling cream which removes
dead skin.
• Use a callous scraper on the
really tough skin — side of the big
toe, the bottoms and sides of the
heel, the bottom of the foot
behind the toes.

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