1. Getting started
Get a basin with lukewarm water, a towel and all the utensils you need. Check if your pumices, nippers, scissors and files are in shape. Choose the shade of nail polish you want to use, get out cotton wool pads, etc. Assemble all of it so you won’t have to run about looking for things while you are inconveniently in the middle of your pedicure.
Store pedicure tools
2. Remove old nail polish
together in one basin so they‘ll be easy to find
We recommend you use an acetone-free nail polish remover, as acetone might dry out your toenails and cause them to crack or split at the edges.