Hello! So... I'd like some opinions on the topic. Here's what I've got.
Note; I did grow up in a nail salon, my great grandmother, my grandmother and my mother all worked in one. From the time I was aware and before I could stay at home alone I spent after school listening to the women bicker with each-other for hours. A story... Just after I learned to read I was in the salon bathroom and saw a sign that said "Don't flush tampons!". So I go out and I ask my mom while she's working on a client "Mom, what's a tampon?" and all the women in the whole salon start laughing. Then I'm standing there embarrassed and she says she'll tell me later, but never did of course... Also, I spent a lot of my time looking at the magazines and got a false sense of what an average female body type is and a better than average fashion sense.
For me personally I like it when littles have trimmed nails with no polish, or chipped or worn polish. An actual prfessional manicure is a huge turn-off. The way I see it only mature older women get acrylics, etc... Long perfectly manicured nails are not 'cute'.
Daddy pedicures; I wouldn't say it's the most masculine of activities. I don't personally get them. I don't let anyone touch me past a good hug unless it's my partner, it's about personal space and preservation of an intimacy.
Little Pedicures; That would depend on your feet and how you treat them. For example, the difference between a computer programmers hands and a construction worker. Use a clean bath and R/O filtered water with magnesium sulfate and ascorbic acid for the soak. A good daddy should be taking care of this anyway.