Classic pedicureIn hot summers, most women prefer to wear open shoes. Flip-flops, graceful sandals, sandals allow not only to enjoy the coolness in hot weather, but also to demonstrate their neat well-groomed legs. However, not every woman has healthy and beautiful nails and legs, so many are embarrassed to wear open shoes and hide their legs from prying eyes. To cope with such a nuisance, to find healthy legs and nails, as well as give them an attractive appearance, there is a pedicure.

The concept of “pedicure” comes from two Latin words “pes” – “leg” and “curo” – “care”. As well as manicure, pedicure originates from antiquity.

The ancestor of the pedicure was Ancient Egypt. Even in those days, people knew that the feet were a very important area responsible for the work of internal organs, therefore, along with the aesthetic side of things, the medical side occupied an integral place. Foot care included keeping the skin in good condition, as well as a massage that improves blood circulation. Noble Egyptians rubbed their feet with a multitude of fragrant oils to nourish the skin of their feet, keeping it smooth and tender. Rubbing the feet and taking foot baths became an evening ritual, a mandatory rule of body hygiene.

It is known that the famous Queen Cleopatra, who still remains one of the standards of female beauty, contained a whole staff of slaves who were responsible for the beauty of her legs. They massaged her legs with various aromatic oils and rubbing, and then dried them with peacock feathers.

For the aristocratic nobility, who wore mostly open shoes, appearance meant a lot. In that era, in recognition of their superiority, it was much more likely to kiss not the hands, but the feet of high-ranking persons. To emphasize their divine origin and superiority over lower ones, the ancient Egyptian aristocrats painted their palms, feet and nails with then expensive natural dyes, including henna. The brighter the color of the skin and nails, the higher the position their owner occupied. Slaves were allowed to use only pale pastel shades.

The ancient Romans also noticed the beneficial effects of foot care on the whole body. This is because there are points on the feet whose stimulation improves the functioning of the internal organs.

In ancient China, only senior officials were allowed to do pedicures. In addition to hygienic care, their nails were painted in a bright color. The brighter the nails are made up, the higher the position in society.

But, however, in the Middle Ages, attention to his body was replaced by his harsh suppression, “pacification of the flesh.” And, of course, it didn’t even occur to the religious nobility, nor ordinary citizens and peasants to constantly take care of the beauty and health of their legs.

The triumphant return of the pedicure to the toilet rooms of the European aristocracy began in the Renaissance. And from that moment on, pedicure has firmly established itself as an important element in body care. Since then, pedicure technology has been continuously improved, the procedure has become increasingly popular.

Nowadays, pedicures have stepped far forward. Modern hygienic pedicure is very different from what was done in antiquity, and the decorative part of the pedicure is not limited to simply coating the nails with varnish. Nowadays, drawings are becoming very popular, both on the nails of the hands and on the nails of the feet, the so-called design. There are several varieties of pedicure: classic (trimmed), European (express pedicure), hardware, spa pedicure and permanent.

Types of pedicure

At the heart of all modern techniques is the CLASSICAL (trimmed) PEDICURE. To this day, it remains the most popular procedure in which the overall condition of the feet is significantly improved. The master begins the work by soaking the skin of the legs in the bath with the addition of sea salt or herbs. After soaking, the nails are given the necessary shape, the cuticle is cut with tweezers, and corns and corns are removed. After that, a moisturizer is applied to the foot and massaged. And the procedure ends with coating the nails with varnish. This method of pedicure requires high qualification and professionalism from the master of pedicure, as it involves the treatment of the feet of the client with cutting tools.
Unlike the classic pedicure, EUROPEAN (EXPRESS) PEDICURE is carried out without the use of bathtubs and cutting tools. Stages of express pedicure: processing of the nail bed with a special tool for softening and removing the cuticle, the cuticle is moved away and removed with a wooden orange stick; shaping nails; treatment of feet with a special scrub and removal of rough skin with a grinding blade; applying nourishing cream to the foot and massage; nail polishing. An express pedicure is absolutely safe, as the cuticle and rough skin are removed without the use of a cutting tool.
HARDWARE PEDICURE assumes the presence of a special apparatus with the ability to install rotating nozzles. Processing of the skin of the legs, as well as the removal of the cuticle, is carried out with the help of mills with a certain speed. This method allows you to most delicately and carefully look after the condition of the legs, excluding injuries and cuts. Hardware pedicure is always performed only on dry skin.
The method of SPA-PEDICURE includes the use of a special scrub for the feet, applying a mask, massage, the use of various drugs that can ensure not only a healthy appearance of the legs, but also relaxation and rest during the procedure.
PERMANENT PEDICURE - a new, but already quite popular service. Permanent pedicure or nail extension on the legs is performed with gel, acrylic and gel varnish. But before nail extension, you need to do the usual pedicure - classic, express, hardware or spa pedicure.

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Now pedicure is a public procedure, every woman can afford it. Pedicures are most in demand in the summer, as women constantly wear open shoes, and their legs should look attractive and neat. In the cold season, you should not forget about your legs and be sure to visit the pedicure room at least once a month.By the way, this procedure is universal, therefore not only women use pedicures, it is also popular among modern men. Many men in the summer prefer to wear sandals and slippers, so the appearance and condition of their feet is also very important. A pedicure for men becomes not only an opportunity to have well-groomed legs and nails, but also a method of caring for them, because a pedicure is, first of all, a hygienic procedure that needs to be done regularly, visiting a pedicure office.In the modern world, pedicure is one of the most popular procedures. And this is not surprising. The pedicure prevents dehydration of the skin of the foot and the appearance of painful cracks, helps to overcome insomnia, improves blood circulation, and relaxes tense muscles. Thanks to foot massage, an integral component of the pedicure, there are stimulation of numerous points associated with various organs of the body - it is not for nothing that eastern medicine actively uses this method in the treatment of a number of internal diseases.The pedicure includes a set of measures for foot care, which allows not only to make them visually neat and well-groomed, but also to significantly improve their health. Thanks to the pedicure, the skin on the legs becomes smooth and delicate, the nails acquire a healthy appearance, and the owners of such legs feel excellent.Whatever type of pedicure you choose, you need to remember that it is recommended to constantly take care of your legs and systematically visit the pedicure room, trusting professionals to conduct this procedure. And then even Cleopatra will envy your legs!