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Three easy steps to fab­u­lous-look­ing feet

Bloomberg Businessweek (Asia) - - FASHION - Mar­ket ed­i­tor: Shi­bon Kennedy

“Cut­ting your nails reg­u­larly can go pretty far,” says Na­dine Abram­cyk, co-founder of Ten­overten nail sa­lons, with lo­ca­tions in New York and Austin. She rec­om­mends the Tweez­er­man

Combo clip­per set, which in­cludes sizes to han­dle both fin­gers and toes ($10; tweez­er­man.com).

Scrape un­der toe­nails with a wooden stick (Di­a­mond Cos­met­ics man­i­cure sticks,

$1.99 for 10; ulta.com). Be gen­tle, though: Lift­ing the nail leaves you vul­ner­a­ble to fun­gus. “If you don’t have a wooden stick, wet the end of a cot­ton swab,” Abram­cyk says. Don’t for­get your heels. Go­ing over them with a foot file (Dia­man­cel file

#20, $38; sephora.com) af­ter a shower sloughs off dead skin. Abram­cyk also sug­gests Baby Foot ($25; baby­foot.com), which acts as a chem­i­cal peel. “Your skin sort of sheds, and your feet are left feel­ing re­ju­ve­nated,” she says.

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