With a high heel, you will immediately feel more charming, more confident and sexier. They give the foot a clearer and better figure and are a fetish subject for thousands of men and women around the world. However, high-heeled shoes can destroy your ankles, calves and back Comfort and common sense are the key to wearing your high heels. Just follow a few simple rules.
Comfort and practicality are important
High heels come in a variety of shapes and styles. Round toe, sharp toe, open toe, thick and square heel, thin and conical heel. Balancing thin heels is usually more difficult than locking heels or heels. Round, square and open fingers are much more comfortable than sharp fingers. If you really want to wear stitches, make sure your toes are not where the shoes are tight. You need to be able to walk with them comfortably.
Another factor to consider when choosing high heels is how closed they are around the foot. The darker it is at your feet, the better. Slingbacks can easily slip off your foot and cause accidents. When choosing covers, make sure your heel doesn’t slip too far from the back of your shoe as you walk. A slipper in the middle of the shoe is best for holding the shoe in place.
Remember your behavior
The only way to go on high heels is with your head up and your shoulders back. This will ensure even weight distribution over the body and legs. You will also look much more confident and attractive.
If you still feel uncomfortable, there are products that will simplify high-heeled shoes. Gel inserts are available to most chemists to help you lift the weight of a football and massage it lightly while on a pillow.
Foot care after wearing high heels
After a day at the office or overnight, remove your high heels, gently massage your feet. It is worth investing in a foot massage if you wear it regularly. Also, stretch your calf muscles a bit, do a few ankle twists and try a few exercises on the floor that massage your back. These are the main places where high heels put too much pressure.