How to Feel Like You’re at a Spa With a DIY Home Pedicure
If you’ve been under Safer at Home orders for several weeks now, you might be looking for something fun, relaxing and different to do right about now. Creating a spa in your own home doesn’t take that long to do. It’s also a great way to relax, destress and feel pampered. Sounds great, doesn’t it?
Even under ordinary circumstances, creating a spa experience at home can save time and money, but you’ll still feel oh so pampered.
If you have the time, you can do a few extras to make your home as similar to a spa experience as possible. For example, you could make your own bath salts and take some extra time to set up the perfect spa experience; however, it doesn’t have to take a lot of time or a lot of supplies for an at-home pedicure.
Watch the video below to see how easy it can be to transform a comfy chair in your home into an at-home spa.
Don’t feel discouraged if you don’t have all the items mentioned in the video. You don’t need to run to a store to buy things you don’t have, especially during a pandemic when a pedicure is hardly essential. Simply use items you already have in your home. No essential oils? A scented candle definitely works. No bath salts? Just skip it. No magazines? Read your favorite ebook. No plastic tub to soak your feet? Use a large bowl.
Are you ready to sit back, relax and pamper yourself? If you’re quarantined with a loved one like a significant other, this at-home spa idea would be a great gift for a birthday or Mother’s Day. Can you picture your husband filing your toenails?
Even when spas reopen, we might stick to an at-home pedicure. One comment on this video reads, “Very very nice tutorial👍🏼 Your video has inspired me to do my own pedicures at home I like your whole set up it makes it “spa like” the added bonus is knowing that your products are exclusive to you. I have viewed several horror stories by nail techs on YouTube that had previously worked in salons, some very high-end where the hygiene practice was sub par, which has made me shy away from ever going to any salon for mani-pedis.”
Yikes, right? Are you going to try an at-home pedicure?