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Several Correct Ways To Wear Heeled Shoes
- Aug 15, 2017 -

  Several correct ways to wear Heeled Shoes

  Heeled Shoes are the favorites of many girls, but often see some girls walking gingerly in heels, feeling like they are being steered by Heeled Shoes.

  If you are still not used to walking in Heeled Shoes, don't worry, as long as the right way to practice more, you can also be like a runway model for Heeled Shoes!

  1. Step smaller

  Walking in heels is different from toddlers, you have to do this: step small, slow down, and don't bend your knees. Don't make a big leap, it's a man's way. Sticking to your stride gracefully will make your posture look more natural, more comfortable, and more feminine.

  2. Walk from heel to toe

  When you walk in flat shoes, you don't walk with your forefoot, and when you step, you won't be able to land your feet at the same time. Wearing Heeled Shoes is the same thing. The skin is high with the first floor, then the forefoot and the toe landing again. Then, when your body center of gravity falls on the forefoot, move your body forward, as if you were walking on your toes, and you started taking the next step.

  3. Improve your posture (posture)

  Pretend to have an invisible thread pulling the head over the head to keep the head upright. When wearing Heeled Shoes, don't bow and look up. Shoulder to lean backwards, natural downward, arms easily on both sides. When you walk, you can swing your arms properly to keep your balance.

  Make the most of your abdominal muscles and take your belly away when you walk. This will help you stand straighter and look slimmer. When you walk in Heeled Shoes, the curvature of your knees should be locked, not one step at a time. When walking, legs close together, toes pointing straight ahead.

  4. Pretend to walk along an invisible line

  When a model walks a cat, it often moves one foot to the front of the other, so the hips sway. Most women wear Heeled Shoes to look sexier. The best way to sway your hips is to pretend you're walking along a straight line, or on a tightrope.

  One foot to the front of the other foot, the toes pointing straight ahead. This way of walking requires more practice to be able to master, but it is worthwhile to give effort.

  Watch some model fashion shows, see how professional models Walk, and try to imitate. But it's always a bit of a exaggeration to walk the catwalk, and in real life you'd better have a little moderation.

  5. Practice wearing Heeled Shoes at home

  Before you plan to go out in Heeled Shoes, put on your home and practice for one days. This will grind the soles of your feet so that it will not be smooth when you go out. Practice at home as well as walk outside, all the details to take care of, such as: Walk, stop, rotate, turn around and so on.

  6. Open your Heels

  Before you go out for the first time in new Heeled Shoes, if you don't open your heels first, your feet may inevitably grind out blisters. Supporting shoes is as important as softening shoes, mainly to make shoes fit with their feet.

  The soles are exposed to different floors: you may want to wear Heeled Shoes on a brick floor, on a carpet, or on a smooth wooden floor, so you have to master all kinds of ground.

  Take the stairs: You must master this technique because walking stairs is a difficult task for people wearing Heeled Shoes. Down the stairs, put down the whole foot, and go up the stairs, you can only put the forefoot down.

  7, practice wearing Heeled Shoes standing

  You must learn not only how to walk, but also how to stand. It sounds simple, but many women don't know how to pose in front of the camera in Heeled Shoes, or how to stand when they stop to talk. At this point, you will realize the importance of comfortable shoes.

  The correct stance when wearing Heeled Shoes is that the heel of one foot touches the middle of the other foot and forms an angle. The body center of gravity should be placed on the toe of the back foot. When the foot gets a little tired, convert the other foot.

  8. Choose your shoes wisely

  Choose the shoes that suit your foot type. The shoes must be wider than your feet. Shoes to two to try on, after the shop to walk a few more back and forth, and then consider whether to buy. The best time to buy shoes is in the evening.

  9. Buy from 3cm first

  If you are not used to wearing Heeled Shoes, then it is best not to choose 9 centimeters of hate. It is best to start with the 3cm and then slowly challenge the higher altitude. The type of heel is also very many, thickness, shape, height and so on are different. Start with the low heel and let your ankles exercise endurance and flexibility.

  10. Choose the right size

  The most important thing to buy Heeled Shoes is to choose the right size. Different brand size is different, wear this brand 35 yards, change a brand may take 36 yards. So buy Heeled Shoes, be sure to go on foot to try to wear a few steps. You'd rather be a little bigger than a small one when choosing shoes.

  11. Nursing your feet, using insoles

  Now the market has a variety of different shapes and sizes of insoles. The material is also varied, you can stick it in your shoes where you need to prevent corns and blisters. If your shoes are bigger, walk your shoes out of the way, or slide forward, you can put a half-palm insole in your shoes so that the size of your shoes will be smaller.

  12. Put a fake on your feet

  Wear Heeled Shoes should not be a continuous walk for a long time, can sit down, do not stand. When you sit down, remember that your legs stretch out and cross, and your back is straight. Also, don't take off your shoes. Your feet will be swollen, and it will be harder and more painful to wear them when you take them off.

  13. Wearing Heeled Shoes shouldn't be too frequent

  Heeled Shoes are really sexy, feminine, but very tortured. If you wear it every day, your feet will inevitably appear blisters, calluses, and so on, and will also cause a lot of pressure on your back.