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At only 5’1″, I love wearing heels to give me some extra height! Whether I’m going to work or going out on the town, I’m often found wearing heels to add a special touch to my outfit while giving me the extra inches that I need. However, sometimes my beloved high heels can be really uncomfortable. Here are some steps that I take to be comfortable in heels:
1. COMPEED® Blister Medium Cushions: I swear by these whenever my heels give me a blister, and I make sure that I always have a set in my purse! They cover my blisters completely, act as a second skin, and they relieve the pain quickly on all areas of my feet. They also stay in place all day which I love! COMPEED® Blister Medium Cushions are making their way to the U.S. after being a secret of European women for the last 30 years. They are available only at Walgreens, and they also come in different sizes that are perfect to help heal any blister!
2. Tape your third and fourth toes together: Using any kind of tape (medical, scotch, etc), tape your third and fourth toes (from your big toe) together. I first learned about this from Who What Wear, and it makes a big difference! It relieves the strain on your nerves that can cause your feet to ache when wearing heels.
3. Buy quality heels: This is something that I’ve been trying to do more often. Whenever I buy inexpensive heels they are uncomfortable more often than not, and they cause major blisters. When I spend a little more money on quality shoes, I find that they are much more comfortable and they also last longer!
What are your tips to be comfortable in heels?