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Stay Dry!

The 60-degree days sure make winter pedis an easier sell. But when the days dip back down to freezing, convincing clients to expose their toes to the elements (or stick around until they’re dry) gets a little more difficult.

The 60-degree days sure make winter pedis an easier sell. But when the days dip back down to freezing, convincing clients to expose their toes to the elements (or stick around until they’re dry) gets a little more difficult.

How do you help your customers keep their toes smudge-free? There are always the standard nail dryer machines. But readers of Latina are a fan of another form of drying; the editor and readers seem to like the Bootie Pies that were highlighted on Latina’s website.

The boots are available for retail, or for a cheaper sell you can add on spray-on polish dryers to your service. Some to try:

OPI Rapidry

Gena Half-Time Polish Dryer

Envi Professional Salon Enamel Dryer

Nubar Freeze Dry

Sally Hansen Shea Butter Rapid Finish

SpaRitual Andale Dry & Shine Drops

Orly In a Snap

CND SolarSpeed Spray

Essie Good to Go

Keywords:   Essie     Gena     Nubar     OPI products     Orly     pedicure accessories     polish-drying products     Sally Hansen     SpaRitual     winter pedicures  



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