View Full Version : The Pedicure Factor
05-18-2007, 01:18 PM
how many of you get pedicures on a weekly basis? is it really worth the $20/week. have any of you read automatic millionaire and about the latte factor? what of the pedicure/eyebrow threading/manicure, etc. factors?
05-22-2007, 01:21 PM
is it about how much money you're saving if you
don't have a latte everday. like at 4 dollars a day times 365...
kasie, it would only make sense if you are taking that
20 dollar a week pedicure money and then
saving it somewhere.
i don't get weekly pedicures but
i indulge in other areas. *cough* yarn and books *cough*
we shouldn't feel guilty about that.
i don't think.
05-22-2007, 09:46 PM
If it's about saving $, can't you do pedicures at home? $20/week is a lot.
I'm on a student budget, so no weekly pedicures/manicures (actually, I never had one). The only beauty procedure I get professionally done is a tri-annual $18 haircut.
06-27-2007, 10:06 AM
I don't think it's worth the $20 a week at all. I maintain my appearance because I know it's not a perfect world and Asian women get judged on it, and partially because my artistic side enjoys it, but I definitely prioritize.
I devote the most attention to my hair and face, and making sure all exposed areas are covered in sunscreen to slow aging. After that, I totally ignore manicures, pedicures, and other things I view as extras. I also forego makeup and doing so hasn't hurt me. It saves me lots of money.
07-26-2007, 07:07 AM
I just groom myself. =) I would never spend any amount of money per week on a pedicure. I'm a loyal Starbucks customer... I'd rather spend my money on that.
i was looking at my feet yesterday and i really need a ped. but i'm also scared because i hear about people getting infections and their toes have to be amputated or in REALLY bad cases, their whole foot.
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