Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - BEAUTY -

“Weak peo­ple re­venge. Strong peo­ple for­give. In­tel­li­gent peo­ple ig­nore.”

Cara Delev­ingne, left, had that posted on her In­sta­gram ac­count re­cently and it re­ally res­onated with me.

You see, I’m all about be­ing happy, from the tip of my nose to the tips of my toes.

So, to get happy feet, I pop into Eve at The Groom­ing Rooms, where they have a new, pur­pose-built pedi­cure room that is the dog’s dan­gly bits.

There are none of those aw­ful, tra­di­tional thrones and pump sys­tems that look so out of date.

It’s all about pared-back pam­per­ing.

White leather chairs and wide, cov­ered bowls filled with fresh wa­ter en­sure good hy­giene, as well as be­ing visu­ally beau­ti­ful.

There is no un­hy­gienic foam­ing with foot­baths, and the bowls get san­i­tized af­ter each use in this self-con­tained bub­ble of beau­ti­fy­ing.

Any­hoo, I tried out the Cuc­cio Milk and Honey Par­adiso Pedi­cure, which is €50 for the 60-minute treat­ment.

Cuc­cio is the first nat­u­ral nail, hand and foot-care treat­ment prod­uct line in the world.

My feet were fab­u­lised with a scented milk-and-honey soothing soak, ex­fo­li­ated with or­ganic sea salts, re­freshed with ex­otic elixirs, then a regenerating, vitamin-en­riched wrap was ap­plied be­fore they got an ex­tended mas­sage and some hy­drat­ing body but­ter to cre­ate the hap­pi­est feet in town. Eve at The Groom­ing Rooms, 16 South Wil­liam St, D2, tel: (01) 636-9421, or see www.eve­

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