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Three easy steps to fabulous-looking feet
“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.