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Mary Your Questions About Heels Without Heel

Mary asks…

How to wear high heels without them slipping off, or getting blisters?

When I wear high heels it always seems like I have two choices: get blisters from the shoe being too small, or have the shoe keep slipping off because it’s too big. There’s no perfect medium S: any help on how to keep either from happening?

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Our pick of the answers:

There are sticky jelly like things at the drug store that you can put on the back so that shoes won’t slip off. For blisters put band aids on the areas that are affected or do not wear those shoes because you will have messed up feet if you keep getting blisters.

Sharon Your Questions About Heels Without Heel

Sharon asks…

How can i walk in 3-4 inch heels without looking weird?

I am wearing 3 or 4 inch heels to a wedding soon, and every time i try practicing in them my thighs stay stiff and my knees slightly bend. I know practice makes perfect, but does ANYONE have any tips? I know to walk in a straight line, keep toes pointed, back straight, etc..

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Pratice practice practice!!!!! U should swing ur hips for more balance and put one foot in front of the other. When people walk they tend to make there right foot go to the right and there left foot go to the left when they take steps. Well u should walk one foot right in front of the other to give it a better looking way to walk.

Hope this helps

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