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Iridologist 2 years ago
Great question. I am a female, a reflexologist and really value pedicures. We don't wear outdoor shoes in our clinic so always with open toed sandals whilst working myself. Personally I only wear polish when applied after the pedicure but once it needs removing i leave it off to allow nails to breathe.
The suggestion to buff is also one I would second. I frequently ruby almond or rose oil to my nails to keep them looking good and prevent them from drying out after buffing. I keep them short as I am an inveterate stubber and nails will break if long.
I wouldn't use gel either, from the standpoint of wishing nails to breathe. I know you can argue that they cease growing once they leave the nailbed but you must have seen toenails still holding onto a say a red stain when the varnish has been left on too long.
Since I wear Berkenstocks most of the Spring/Summer and Autumn feet and nails are not 'maimed' and that I think, is the most attractive advertisement.