House of Polish, Beverly Hills, Calif.
o BCL SPA Pure Lemongrass + Green Tea Salt Soak and Pedicure Mask
o Lavender La Palm Bath Flowers and Orange Callus Remover
o House of Polish Cuticle Oil, Polish and Top Coat
o OPI Cucumber Sugar Scrub
1. Greet the client and consult accordingly. Have her choose a long-lasting polish color. Take her to the pedicure station and soak her feet in a pedicure bath that has been filled with bath salts and deodorizing bath flowers to help soften her feet.
2. Remove existing polish with acetone. Clip the toenails, file and buff, push cuticles back, and gently trim excess cuticles if necessary. Apply cuticle oil for added moisture.
3. Apply an ample amount of callus remover onto callused areas of the feet; let it sit for a few minutes to break down, and proceed to scrub with a pumice stone. Place the client’s feet back in the pedicure basin and rinse off any excess callus remover residue.
4. Using the cucumber sugar scrub, massage gently onto the client’s skin to exfoliate. Focusing on the stressed areas of her feet, massage in one continuous flow without pauses or breaks for five to seven minutes on each foot. The scrub will dissolve into a soothing oil.
5. Apply the organic mask, and wrap the feet with hot towels. Let sit for a few minutes, and then rinse off. Massage moisturizing lotion all over the client’s legs, feet, heels, and ankles until the lotion fully absorbs.
6. Use acetone or alcohol to remove excess oil from the nails; place foam separators between the client’s toes and apply base coat, two thin coats of polish, and a shiny top coat.
Tweak this Recipe: Use La Palm Orange Bath Flowers and BCL SPA Pure Organics Bath Salts in Mandarin and Mango, offer the client an orange-mango spritzer, and name the treatment Tropical Citrus Premium Pedicure.
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