Have happier feet in high heels
For me, when it comes to getting ready for a night out, choosing what shoes to wear is the hardest part. Is it because I have a massive and gorgeous selection of shoes to choose from, like Carrie from Sex and the City? No. I just tend to have this dilemma of whether I should go with the comfy but ugly pair of flats or agonising but sexy pair of killer heels. Now that it’s party season, I’m sure most of you ladies are suffering from similar dilemmas too.
I got really sick of having to stick with flats while my friends strutted around in their heels like pros, looking smoking hot. Recently I have found a solution to my problem that I’m happy with it for now. I’ve ‘installed’ All Day Heels Insolia® Inserts into my favourite pair of heels and they are a bit easier to walk in now. The inserts mean less pressure is put on the balls of my feet and my toes, so wearing heels is less excruciating now.
I also have another foot issue. I don’t know if it’s the way I walk or if it’s the shoes but my toes usually experience a lot of rubbing and pressure, sometimes even when I wear flats! Hard, red and painful lumps have formed at the joints of some of my toes. My Holy Grail pain reliever in this instance is patches. Don’t use band aids; they do not contain enough padding. The ones I use are from Compeed: the Blister Patches and Corn Patches are brilliant!
I usually buy whichever one is available. If you want lots of cushion, go with the Blister Patches. They are a bit more expensive but they have thicker padding. So now, I wear heels with Insolia inserts and make sure my toes are well covered with Compeed patches for my nights out, which enables me to wear the shoes I really want to wear.
Do you suffer from foot issues when you want to wear heels? What are your top tips for looking after your feet during party season?
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