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Do you care what your toes look like? I know I find myself noticing that women everywhere do seem to have their nails "done" ...Has it always been there and we just didn't spot it or are we all become more obsessed with painting toe nails?
Do you go get regular pedicures?
I paint mine when I have time. . . And always keep them cut, I don't get pedicures bc I have to save money for other stuff. Right now I think I am done painting my toes though my belly is def too big now.
I used to do DIY pedicures and paint my toenails. It can be fun when you have the time and peace and quiet for stuff like that lol. I haven't bothered in years though. I have never gotten a pedicure at a salon because I am wigged out by the thought of some stranger touching my feet and I am afraid of infections from their baths and tools and stuff. Just holds zero appeal for me! I am also afraid to get massages!
I paint them and then forget about them until the paint is all chipped and sad looking. I trim my nails pretty often though, and I tweeze them because I have hobbit feet and they get a few hairs, lol!!! Sorry for that visual, all!
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I have no idea about women. I know many who don't paint their nails at all. I will occasionally put a coat of black on my toes because I feel it looks more professional when I wear sandals on the job, but for the most part I don't care. And if it goes on, it stays until it wears off naturally.
Someone paid for me to have a pedicure once. It was epic strange. I felt really bad that the woman was doing all that while I was doing nothing.