As a women, we are 'supposed' to have naturally pretty feet, or at least that's what men believe -- that's far from the case. Although the majority of women take care of their feet and were born with naturally presentable phalanges (toes), a large majority of female population can't say the same. It's not rare to find women hiding their once attractive feet because of blisters, corns, bunions, ingrown toenails and the like.
Ladies, take pride in your feet and take care of them. If you can't afford visits to the nail salon, do them yourself. You want to wear sandals, your feet must FIRST be sandal ready. The worst thing a woman can do is wear a pair of sandals and have her feet looking uglier than her mans. Now if your significant others toes surpass yours, it's time to reflect on your situation at hand.
We often make the simplest things bigger than they have to be. If you want your feet to look as good as you do, follow these simple steps.
Moisturize your feet, including the back of your heels. Nobody likes ashy, dry feet. It doesn't feel good and it surely doesn't look good.
Clean your toes. Cleanliness is next to Godliness. Dirty toenails are never okay.
In between maintaining your own feet, make bi-weekly trips to the nail salon so someone else can attend to your needs.
The only corn we like is the edible kind. Soak your feet to soften your corns and blisters then gently exfoliate and remove with a pumice stone.
To prevent corns, bunions, blisters and overall unattractive feet in the future, wear shoes that are comfortable and won't squeeze your toes.