Friday, December 21, 2007


Speaking of pampering, I found out about a unique product called Bootie Pies. These “pedicure boots” have been featured in People, Life & Style, and on the Today Show. Simply put, the boots allow spa-goers to venture out in the cold after a pedicure and most importantly, not smudge your polish job. On the way to the salon, Bootie Pies can be worn like a regular boot. After the pedicure is complete, spa-goers unzip the back zipper on the boot and slide their foot in. The patent-leather toe on the boot can be folded down and the foot slides over the toe. If you’ve got $128 to spare, a pair could be yours.
The creators of Bootie Pies know a thing or two about cold-weather pedicures: sisters Deanna Kipnes, Pamela Karp and Erika Whitman all graduated from UW–Madison.

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