The best way to upgrade an ensemble instantly has always been quite literal: Add a high heel. But, a majority of female grown-ups admitted already have a shoe related foot issue, wearing high heel is painful sometimes. No worries, there are several tricks to wear high heels without hurting your feet, saying good bye to an embarrassing moment that hobbling from street to home.
Stilettos are the most uncomfortable ones because of the tall and slim heel with the minimum height of 2 inches, which places so much pressure on a tiny heel while platforms, wedges and chunky heels are more ideal and perfect in topping off the look, which are much more comfortable to walk in. Investing a piece of open toe high heels if your hurt caused by corns and calluses, which alleviates the pressure off the inflamed areas of the feet. Moreover, choosing a right shoe size for your foot rather than pursuing the style.
Applying Band-Aids is the quick-fix solution, but it works perfectly. Putting a sticking plaster to cover your hot spots will reduce friction and prevent blisters from forming on your feet. Also, tap the third and fourth toes together, which makes you comfier, when you are wearing pump or stiletto.
Use silicone pads to relieve the suffering in the ball of your feet. Or insert special silicone pads to avoid friction between toes and heel, preventing blisters from forming on your heels.
General foot-sage Jill Miller, a fitness expert, said that “one thing you can do is get a squishy ball like a yoga tune-up ball or a tennis ball or racquetball — something that has give and squish, not something hard. You can place it underneath the arch of your foot or anywhere on the underside of your foot and simply move your foot from side to side. It’s like you’re trying to spread the ball apart.” Besides, it is helpful to give your feet a little break, shifting your weight to the outside edge of your feet.
Wearing the high heel and strolling around the house before you wear them out, which are helpful to get used to wearing it. When you are practicing, please keep in mind that heel then toe. You should walk as normal as possible.