Just because little girls have wiggly fingers and toes, as well as a bit of trouble sitting still without touching anything long enough for their nails to dry, doesn’t mean they can’t flaunt the perfect statement nails anyway!
Spring has sprung, the sun is shining, and that means it’s sandal season! While you might want to look somewhat demure with classic white or French tipped nails, your daughter will likely want some more fun and color on her toesies. So whether you take this list with you to the nail salon to get your girl’s nails professionally done, or even if you do your pedis at home, here are some of our favorite ideas for kids’ painted toes this spring and summer!
Winter beauty is a different animal than summer, spring, or fall beauty. Most often, we hear about dry, flaky skin, flyaway or frizzy hair, and monumentally chapped lips caused by cold, dry air and indoor heating systems. While we adult mothers may have a winter beauty routine worked out to handle those delicate skin issues, have you thought about what your daughter could be doing to avoid some of the more bothersome winter problems?
For some women and girls, going to the nail salon for your first mani-pedi is a rite of passage. While we mothers of daughters love to do fun things all together with the whole family, there is something special about sharing a private activity with just mom and daughter. When your little girl is ready to come along with you to the salon, the experience is bound to be a treat for both of you. Just to make sure things go swimmingly, follow our tips for making her first nail salon experience the absolute best.
When your daughter was a newborn, you took care of every single one of her needs. As she grew older, she likely began to insist that she do some things for herself! Teaching them ways to take care of their own emotional and physical needs will serve them well into adulthood. Every mom knows that good hygiene, relaxation activities and healthy habits are part of staying emotionally and physically fit—something that all our girls deserve.