November 13, 2014

Happy Feet: Tanning 101

People who are tanning in the summer often have a hard time making their feet look perfect. It is best to remember that your feet are not going to look perfect like the rest of your body in the clothing you would wear to the beach. You need to have shoes on, and you need to protect your feet. However, you can make your feet look perfect once you get to the beach. Also, you can start a regimen that will help your feet stay healthy because they are some of the most sensitive parts of your body.

At The Beach

When you wear shoes to the beach, you need to make sure that you take those shoes off as soon as you get there. You need to keep your shoes off for as long as possible. You can sun without your shoes on, and you will not have to worry about tan lines on your feet.

At The Salon

If you are tanning at the salon, you need to make sure that you ask to have your feet done like the rest of your body. If you are not taking care of your feet, your feet will always be a different colour than the rest of your body.

Foot Care

You need to go through a foot care regimen that is going to keep your feet moisturised and exfoliated. You should moisturise your feet every day, and you should make sure the exfoliate them in the shower. This simple two-step process is going to help your feet stay healthy while you are aggressively tanning.

Keep Your Rings On

If you wear toe rings, you need to leave them on for the balance of the summer. You could take off your toe rings to get a complete tan, but no one is going to notice if you keep the rings on. You want to treat this jewellery just like the jewellery you wear on your hands.

When you have started tanning for the summer, you need to be sure that you have done your best to take care of your feet. Whether you are at the beach or in the salon, you need to follow the steps above to make your feet look great.



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