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Here's How To Wear High Heels Without Feeling Any Pain

Story: Heels are incredible. They make you feel gorgeous and lovely right away, but it's all for naught if the pain that follows is awful. I've learned a few things in my more than two-and-a-half decades of "heel wearing experience.

Moisturize your feet thoroughly

There will be less friction as you move, and blisters and burns will be avoided.

Make sure your shoe size is correct

It's critical to get the appropriate foot size. Before purchasing a pair, inquire about the proper foot size from the person assisting you in the store. Also, foot size changes with time, not just as you become older, but also as you get older. It should be checked at least twice a year.

Pay Attention To Your Feet's Shap

Some of us have narrow feet, while others have wide ones; some of us have smaller toes, while others have lengthy fingers. There are a plethora of options. I would not recommend wearing closed tapering shoes if you have broad feet. Wear shoes with a wide front and closed toes or open toes. Closed wide front shoes are recommended for persons with tiny toes. Your toes will be pinched by the pointy front shoes, which will be exceedingly uncomfortable. Unfortunately, there will be no other option except to remove them after an hour or two.

Platforms vs. Block Heel

Pointed heels are far less comfortable than block heels and platforms. I know that nothing beats pencil heels, but with the current design industry's inventiveness growth, you'll be able to find styles and shapes that appeal to you. They're just as fashionable as the rest!

Cushions for Thin Soles Extra Cushions for Thin Sole

Shoes with a thin sole might create soreness in the soles of your feet. Purchase a foot/cushion to act as a shock absorber. Allow your feet to rest.

While wearing heels, take a break every now and then. Extend your toes a little. Your feet will get the rest they require.

More Supportive Shoes

It will be far more comfortable to wear heels with additional top coverage, an ankle strap, or both. It gives the feet additional support.

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