pedicurist


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ped·i·cure

 (pĕd′ĭ-kyo͝or′)
n.
1.
a. Cosmetic care of the feet and toenails.
b. A cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails.
2. A podiatrist.

[French pédicure : Latin pēs, ped-, foot; see pedi- + Latin cūra, care; see cure.]

ped′i·cure′ v.
ped′i·cur′ist n.

pedicurist

(ˈpɛdɪˌkjʊərɪst)
n
1. (Medicine) a person responsible for the medical or cosmetic treatment of feet
2. (Professions) a person responsible for the medical or cosmetic treatment of feet
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Novella suggests skipping the salon altogether: The pedicurist may cut the sides of your nails too far back into the grooves of the nail bed or push back your cuticles, both of which can expose protected parts of the toes to infection or lead to ingrown toenails.
9 stylists, 1 pedicurist, 1 aesthetician in a very busy salon.
C) The auxiliary technician and the foot nurse must have completed the training of the auxiliary technician / pedicurist and / or must be registered in the Central Register of Healthcare Professionals maintained by the Social Welfare and Health Administration (Valvira).
Folly Farm senior supervisor and official pedicurist Kim Brickell said: "Unlike a normal salon, we can't offer them a cup of tea when they arrive and we don't get much of a response to, 'where are you going on your holiday?
The victim said she knew two of the Moroccan women from back home and that she arrived in Dubai in 2014 to work as a pedicurist and manicurist.
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Her cropped tresses fall loosely over her face, as she is keenly watching the pedicurist.
All of us know the feeling of being led to the chair, be it in the dental office or the one in front of the mirror at the hair salon or foot spa with a pedicurist.
If too much time passes between a pedicure, hard skin can build up and more intense work is needed to get them back to being beautiful," says celebrity pedicurist Glenis Baptiste.
Pedicurist Glenis Baptiste says: "If too much time passes between pedicures, hard skin can build up and more intense work is needed.
The pedicurist informed us that all pedicures began with a spray of SpaRitual Visionary cleanser on the feet and on her hands to sanitise the skin.