Pedi Princess: The Solution to Polish Smudge


How often have you made a trip to the salon for a pedicure, only to mess up the finished product when it came time to put your own shoes back on? This is the same dilemma faced by salon-goers nationwide, and Pedi Princess is the solution.

This couture flip flop brand, known for its innovative, pedicure-oriented design, is now being proclaimed an everyday necessity—for in and outside the salon. Not only do they help ensure the perfect pedicure is smudge-free during drying time, but they’re also a beautiful solution for showing off those tootsies in the hours and days that follow.

Laura Slipak is an Argentinean designer whose keen eye for patterns, colors, and fashion solutions led her to the creation of Pedi Princess. Each pair of durable flip-flops is crafted with a cushy foot bed and the brand’s own trademarked rhinestone-studded toe separators. These align the toes and provide just the right amount of space between each one, ensuring a smudge-free appointment every time. So, after you’re polished to perfection, you can dash out the door without having to ever take off or slip on shoes.

With many designs under $20 and functionality that’s hard to beat, Pedi Princess’s creations are an affordable way to spice up the daily ensemble. Styles (which come in an adorable carrying bag) range from flowers and lace to zebra prints and camo, making them the perfect bridesmaids, birthday, or just-because gift.

They can be found online at, and in select brick-and-mortar retailers, and are available at wholesale prices for salons, boutiques, spas, and more.


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Amy Day

Amy Day is the Associate Publisher and a contributing writer for Strategy Magazine. She has an MBA in Marketing Communications and Strategic Leadership from Southern Methodist University and has been on staff with Strategy for nearly a decade. She is an award-winning business executive with customer service credentials from the Disney Institute. In addition to editorial oversight, her regular beat includes business, customer service, publishing, and family/child wellness.

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