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Pedicure footrest?
#1
Hello!

I'm starting in a new salon and we are trying to figure out how we can do pedicures. I am hoping to do waterless pedicures as we are not quite set up to do them with a bowl or footbath. It is not a nails only salon so we would have to squeeze by other stylists to get to the sink. The pedicure are is very small, can maybe accommodate 2 pedicures but has 4 chairs.

I am looking for an inexpensive, comfortable, "chic" looking footrest. Preferably something compact too, there is almost no storage space! Any ideas?

Thanks!
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#2
I have used this one and it works Okay. If they set the bottom of their foot on it, I always had to put my feet on the legs to keep it from getting pushed over or moving, but that was not a big deal.
http://www.salonstore.com/products/kayli...-foot-rest

I searched Bing for images and found many options too.
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=pedi...ORM=IQFRBA
Good luck! Smile
Darcy
Light Elegance Educator
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#3
I've seen a few on amazon like this one. One of the BT ladies uses it.

http://www.amazon.com/WHITE-ADJUSTABLE-T...o+leg+rest
Crazy in l Heart ve with Cuccio!
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#4
I've seen those. They don't look very stable though. Any idea if they're comfortable?

We offer gel pedicures as well so I need to be able to put the light somewhere too.

I did the salon's first public pedicures today and while they came out great, my setup just seemed super awkward. We offer blowouts simultaneously as well so the client is sitting in a stylist chair with a table in front of them. Their feet are under the table so there's not enough light and I keep bumping my head!
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Shirley
Scotch Tape & Rhinestones
NYC Based Nail Artist
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#5
(09-28-2012, 05:22 AM)Darcy Wrote: I have used this one and it works Okay. If they set the bottom of their foot on it, I always had to put my feet on the legs to keep it from getting pushed over or moving, but that was not a big deal.
http://www.salonstore.com/products/kayli...-foot-rest

I searched Bing for images and found many options too.
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=pedi...ORM=IQFRBA
Good luck! Smile


I liked the first one with wide base on two legs. It looks pretty sturdy and the wider cushion on top looks comfy

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#6
Hi Scotchtapeandrhinestones, did you ever get a footrest? if so how is it working for ya? I am really looking for one!!! There are so many to choose from :/
Monica
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