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Signature Services: Vanilla Bean & Sugar Deluxe Pedicure

by Tracy Rubert | February 23, 2016

Cenoté Day Spa, Davenport, Fla.

Cenoté Day Spa, Davenport, Fla. 

Shopping List
o ANS Pedicure Soak
o Cuccio Vanilla Bean & Sugar Scrub
o Cuccio Vanilla Bean & Sugar Body Butter
o CND Solar Oil
o CND Cuticle Away
o CND Vinylux Weekly Polish and Top Coat

1. Soak the client’s feet in a pedicure bowl with warm water and pedicure soak.  Offer her a wine glass filled with vanilla bean ice cream.
2. Starting with the left foot, trim and file the nails, and apply CND Cuticle Away. Apply callus softener if needed. Apply 1/2 tablespoon Cuccio Vanilla Bean & Sugar Scrub from the toes all the way up the lower leg in circular motions. Use a disposable foot file to soften calluses.  Place the foot back in the warm bath and rinse well. Repeat on the other foot.


3. Remove the left foot from the bath; push back the cuticles and lightly buff the nails. Apply CND Solar Oil to the nails, and proceed to a deluxe hot stone massage on the lower leg and foot using two teaspoons of Cuccio Vanilla Bean & Sugar Body Butter.


4. Once you have evenly spread the body butter, incorporate the hot stones; use four stones and massage for five minutes. Repeat on the right foot.


5. Thoroughly cleanse the nails, apply two coats of CND Vinylux Weekly Polish and a clear top coat. 

Price: $65

Tweak this Recipe: Use an alternate name, such as Sugar Cookie Pedicure, and offer the client a warm, vanilla-scented neck wrap.

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Want to see your salon's Signature Service here? E-mail tracy.rubert@bobit.com.

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