Japanese pedicure styles are created from design and theme, with many pedicures beginning with stone and jewel formations on the toenail. A closeup of pedicures will reveal at least one toe styled in a design shape with jewelry as apart of the structure, as well as a top that is coated in holograms. Hologram is the definition of cute Japanese feet, and are done with gel and amazing precision on all of the toes or in a particular thumb toe style. With such a long history of pedicure, there have been many styles that have came up over time and have been considered classic, like jet red nail polish and matching pattern with a toe ring. Famous styles are things that have the tendency to illustrate bone structure, show the successful use of unique or uncommon colors (green), or how the polish fits with the skin on the foot as a whole, so it’s no surprise that on a Japanese foot something simple like the jet red nail polish could be such a popular hit.
Season is considered with the pedicure and so we also have to consider which kind of shoes to wear for it. The sandal is probably our best bet, with the continued use of belted sandal or strapped sandals to show off beautiful feet of any size. Belted keep the barefoot look hidden away, but are good enough for illustration, while strapped sandals reveal the barefoot and pedicure. The pedicure isn’t confined to just the sandal, and can reveal itself in more mature ways with the open toe pump and wedge straps, which is a good look for dealing with adult colors or complex color designs at the toes. The matching of the shoe with pedicure is also another type of illustration that can bring unity to a foot shoe combo.
Overall, fashionable comes from how our pedicure could transform and how we deal with it over time. Our feet come and go through all types of settings, so it’s important to consider how our pedicure will look out in the open. To paint it is one thing, but even then there’s a feeling of form and mood – how it looks and how it looks all the time. Impression connects to the feeling of a good pedicure, and a good pedicure has sharp attention to details among other things like remembering how we painted it and the reflection after. Japanese colors are particularly good at taking on themes and how the pedicure can meet high levels of expressiveness, from the beauty of a sea resort to a midnight tint forest.