Just finished a fresh pedicure but don’t want to walk around barefoot indoors? Pedicure slippers are the answer, as they’ll keep your feet protected while your nails dry. Designs with toe separators can also prevent your pedicure from smearing (and even help alleviate bunion pain, since they prevent the toes from overlapping). While these tend to be more expensive than disposable styles, they’re more eco-friendly because you can use them multiple times. On the flip side, disposable styles are ideal for pedicure parties since they often come in bulk at an unbeatable price point. Whichever style suits you, we’ve rounded up some of the best of the best in each category.
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1. Tbestmax Pedicure Slippers
This option gives you 24 pairs of disposable slippers in blue, pink, green and more colors.
Pros: These also come with 24 toe separators and can be cut to fit your exact foot shape.
Cons: Some users may find them a bit flimsy.
2. Alincas Footcandy Pedicure Slippers
These disposable slippers are offered as a set of 12 and come in vibrant colors.
Pros: While they’re one size fits all, they can be cut to fit different feet.
Cons: Some may find these bend underneath the toes.
3. Noval Pedicure Slippers
These also come as a set of 12 pairs in a random single-color selection.
Pros: They can be trimmed as well and feature anti-skid bottoms.
Cons: Some may prefer a color variety.
4. Jovana Pedicure Slippers
This pick also includes 24 pairs in assorted colors to choose from.
Pros: The soles are anti-skid and you can cut them down.
Cons: They won’t fit feet over size 9.5.
5. Pedi Couture Slippers
This style is designed with four padded posts to keep the toes separated while painting them.
Pros: The strap is cushioned. They come in zebra and leopard print.
Cons: They may not fit all foot sizes.
6. Yoga Sandals
These toe spreader sandals have a soft padded strap. They fit a size 8 to 9.5.
Pros: The bottoms are made of durable, slip-resistant rubber.
Cons: They won’t fit all foot sizes.
7. Uratot Pedicure & Spa Party Set
This includes 12 pedicure slippers, 12 tote bags and 24 toe separators.
Pros: You also get colorful clip-in braids, stick-on jewels and 12 patterned nail files.
Cons: The bags are on the smaller side.