3 Helpful Tips That Make Wearing High Heels More Comfortable


3 Helpful Tips That Make Wearing High Heels More Comfortable

If you are anything like me, you like the lean, feminine, and sexy look you get when you put on those fabulous high heels.   Wearing high heels can sometimes be uncomfortable and I don\’t know anyone who likes the pain that is associated with wearing heels.  Can you imagine high heels and comfort!   I would sleep in them!….(mild exaggeration).  But, you get the idea.  Here are 3 helpful tips to help make wearing high heels more comfortable:


1.  Try Inserts ! 

Cushion the part of your foot that receives the most pressure when wearing heels.  I carry them everywhere, and it can make a world of difference, especially on the ball of your foot.   Dr. Scholl\’s For Her High Heel Insoles is designed specially for high heels.  Give them a try.


2.  Rub on a little deodorant

To prevent blisters on your feet when wearing high heels, rub some deodorant on the area most likely to slide or get blisters.  The deodorant will prevent your feet from sliding and therefore relieve pressure on the feet.



3.  Scotch Tape

Scotch Tape, (Tape together you third and fourth toe)….It takes the pressure off the balls of your feet  and make them much more steady.


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**  How do you keep your feet comfy when wearing high heel?  We wanna know, leave a comment:



Tracey Evelyn is a Body Image and Fashion Consultant who helps women to learn to  love their bodies and reinvent themselves through Wardrobe Styling, Makeup Artistry and Personal Shopping.

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