If you are reading this blog chances are you enjoy giving yourself manicures and pedicures. Although I try to keep my hands in good shape I will admit that I do not keep up with proper foot care as much as I should. I hardly ever look at my feet during winter months, and by the time summer turns the corner I’m not too enthused by what I see going on down there. When I do tend to my feet during the winter its only for a quick snip and painting of the toes until I need to snip again. One of the main reasons why I don’t do much to my feet during winter is because I HATE being cold. I run cold anyways so I get extra cold quickly, my feet are always in slippers and/or socks all the time. So when I try and paint my toe nails my main issue is being impatient and putting on socks or slippers too soon because I’m cold and my toe nails get completely smudged. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has experienced this, its very frustrating! So when I heard of Pedi Sox I knew I had to give it a try.
Pedi Sox are a simple yet genius idea created by a clever woman named Pamela Berryhill who wanted a way to transfer her feet from freshly pedicured back to every day life with out the catastrophic smudge. They are toeless socks that allow you to paint your toes all while keeping your footsies warm. Pedi Sox come in 5 different versions: Pro, Ultra, Original, Spa and Lite. Each come in an array of patterns and colors so you have plenty of options to choose from that matches your pedi-tude
Now I’m very self conscious about my feet so this will be the one and only time they will ever make an appearance on Lacquer Me Silly or anywhere on the web. Instead of taking after my mom’s perfectly shaped toes and small feet I took after my father and got his big feet and skinny toes. But since I like this product enough, I’m putting all that aside and exposing my alien toe to the world. (Yes thats what I nick named my extra long toe )
* * Warning* * Foot picture below!
(Incase you’re curious I’m wearing SOPI Slushied from the Glee Collection on my toes)
All Pedi Sox are one size fits all and super stretchy so you don’t have to worry if your feet are wide, narrow, big or small.
If you also like to moisturize your feet, an added benefit is applying a moisturizer or treatment to your feet and putting on your Pedi Sox to help absorb it in more. You can also do this with regular socks, but I know during the summer I get too hot to wear socks on my feet in bed so the thinner Lite version is a good way to encourage overnight foot care.
Pedi Sox are priced between $7 – $11 (depending on style) and can be purchased directly from their website where you can also find a list of distributors.
*HINT* Keep an eye out for my next giveaway, there may be some Pedi Sox and other goodies in your future!
* The products featured in this post were sent for review. All opinions are honest and my own.