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Susan Your Questions About High Heels Without Heel

Susan asks…

how do you walk high heels?

I want to learn to walk 4” heels, i bought them for a party but never wore heels before, tried to but i feel my legs wobly like they gonna colapse lol. Any tips?????? thank you!

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Those are some high heels to learn on! Any possibility that you could borrow some lower heels to practice with first? Its easier to work up to the higher heel rather than jump right into them, and you could turn your ankle (not fun for the party to have a sprained ankle!) I would start with a 2″ kitten heel and once you learn to balance without wobbling, move up to a 3″, then the 4″. If you don’t have much time before the party, maybe rethink the shoes. Nothing like taking a spill at a party in front of some cute guy to kind of ruin your evening!

Mary Your Questions About High Heels Without Heel

Mary asks…

blisters and high heels?

i have to wear high heels tonight but i have really bad blister on my heel…ive put a million bandages on my foot but what can i do so that i can walk in the heels without it killing?

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Our pick of the answers:

Give your blisters a break.
Wear something else, such as flats.
Or if it’s emergency101 situation just wear slippers in the car and when you get there slip the shoes on.
And just in case band-aids slip, put on some sheer hoses/knee high socks. They should keep them in place.
Oh and popping the blister on purpose is the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard. (The fluid stuck inside the blister is liquid that acts like a serum to heal your would that was caused by damage from a burn, shoe, etc.) You’ll be screaming in more pain, and it leaves an ugly scar. Don’t listen to that person!

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