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Painted Toes

08 Oct

English: my toes

English: my toes (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Beautifully manicured and polished toe nails say something about the woman. They say she cares about herself and that no detail is too trivial. It’s not so difficult to keep your digits pretty. Toe nails grow much slower than fingernails. You can enjoy the chosen color a month-long before redoing them.

Winter or summer, I paint my toes. Doesn’t matter if I’m wearing socks or sandals, I like them done. For some reason it makes me happy to look down and have those bright piggys looking back at me. Sparkling tootsies dress up those peep toe shoes that scream femininity.
I don’t do my toes for anyone but myself. If my toes being painted pleases anyone else, then that is just an added benefit of having them done.
Some believe that the shade of polish on your toes and fingers should match. Others think that toes must be a darker hue. It’s all a matter of preference. As for me, it doesn’t matter at all as long as neither fingers or toes are chipped. Chipped Polish is a big no, no. You can pay for that pedi, do it yourself, or the best is having hubby, lover, or boyfriend pamper, massage and paint those chubby little buggers.

What has brought to mind all these toe thoughts? Isn’t it obvious? I’ve just had my toes painted a bright red and I’m wiggling them right now.

Have a double rainbow day, my friends!

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Posted by on October 8, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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One response to “Painted Toes

  1. joeyred51

    October 8, 2013 at 4:26 pm

    I find nicely painted toes to be very sexy and yet a display of elegance.

     

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