Flats- the easiest shoe to walk in for women. We love it. Why? Because walking in heels hurts and flats are less risk of epic, clumsy injuries. But lets keep it real, as dangerous as heels are, we love them! Oh the sad truth’s of women. Here are a few helpful tips for heel care, because women can find a way to solve any problem.

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Thicker heels give you more stability. Sometimes they can feel clunky, but use them as a start. Practice and then you can evolve to something thinner.

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Heel to toe, say it with us, “heel to toe.” If you put most of your weight on your heel when you walk, your chances of slipping, tripping or stumbling are drastically slimmer. Plus it doesn’t ware down on your ankle and helps with comfort.

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Now on to those stilettos! Practice your walk in these. Remember choose the right stilettos heels, the ones where you feel comfortable and secure. If they hug the ankle, it can make you feel more secure because your shoe won’t wobble when you lift it to step. We all know that feeling.

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Practice that catwalk! I know it’s hard to walk in a line, but it’s the best way to glow in those shoes and really find your balance! A nice way to practice is to walk on a wood floor so you can see the straight lines. One foot in front of the other and you will not only feel like a model in practice, but in your daily life.

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