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pedicure

professional treatment of the feet, either by a medical expert or a cosmetician
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The Indian mother next to James is also looking at the pedicurist. The Indian woman says to her daughter: Don't ever get a pedicure.
I am always reluctant when it is time to remove my feet from the perfectly heated water but as my pedicurist says, You cannot stay there forever.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for manicurists and pedicurists is expected to grow by 13 percent from 2016 to 2026, which is faster than the average for all occupations.
The policewoman was asked by her co-worker to handcuff the 24-year-old Moroccan pedicurist, who had been apprehended for consuming alcohol, and to take her for a breathalyser test in another place in February.
The pharmacy is located across the street from their dentist, and their pedicurist is next door to the dentist.
Folly Farm senior supervisor and official pedicurist Kim Brickell said: "Unlike a normal salon, we can't offer them a cup of tea when they arrive and we don't get much of a response to, 'where are you going on your holiday?' but most of the farm animals really enjoy it and love the attention." She added: "The pedicures also give us a chance to weigh the animals and perform a health check, so it's fun for them and allows us to regularly take stock of how each animal is doing.
The victim said she knew two of the Moroccan women from back home and that she arrived in Dubai in 2014 to work as a pedicurist and manicurist.
These ordinary, "happy enough" people include an anesthesiologist, a widowed pedicurist, an antique shop owner, and a soup kitchen worker.
Her cropped tresses fall loosely over her face, as she is keenly watching the pedicurist. In another(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2890630/Ellen-DeGeneres-Portia-Rossi-bond-beauty-salon-treat-joint-pamper-session.html) picture (now removed from Twiiter) Ellen can be seen getting her fingernails done.
All of us know the feeling of being led to the chair, be it in the dental office or the one in front of the mirror at the hair salon or foot spa with a pedicurist. When you only know a little Turkish, or perhaps do not speak any, it can be a challenge to communicate what you want.