Shoes Bite Hard: Hacks For Uncomfortable Shoes

Shoes Bite Hard: Hacks For Uncomfortable Shoes
We all have our guilty pleasures and buying shoes is definitely one of them. But sadly our expensive, over the top shoes sometimes don’t love us as much as we love them! For times like this, we’re getting the big guns out, giving you our favourite hacks for making our beautiful babies comfortable. Here’s what you can do:

Cover your flip flop straps with soft fabric
More often than not your rubber flip flops rub your feet due to friction and cause serious blisters. Avoid this by covering your rubber slipper straps with a soft piece of fabric.

Use Sandpaper for the soles of your unworn shoes for better traction
Walking on smooth surfaces wearing your new favourite pairs can be a task but you can save your shoes and your face with this simple yet effective trick.

Tape your third and fourth toe together for a comfortable high heels experience
It’s one of the quirkiest of hacks and that’s exactly why we love it! Just tape your 3rd and 4th toes (counting from the big toe) and it will help your feet fit better and feel better.
Turn your squeaking mice back to shoes
Squeaking is usually caused by parts of the shoe rubbing against each other. Just lift the inner sole of the shoe and sprinkle baby powder underneath.

Choose heels with straps over heels with traps
Slip ons maybe easy to wear and take off but straps give you the much-needed support and comfort for your feet.

Roll on-to Comfort
The part that is usually affected the most by uncomfortable heels is the back of your heel. Apply a roll on deodorant there and wear your heels, it will prevent friction, therefore, preventing cuts.

Your feet need a break too
Whenever you get time, remove your heels and give your feet some time to relax.

Pack Smart before your feet break apart
Always be prepared for every situation. Like the times you buy a new pair and wear them on what you think is going to be a great night out but your shoes have other plans. Always carry a pack of band-aids with yourself.

Widen the shafts of boots with leather stretch spray and newspaper
You can also use rubbing alcohol instead of leather stretch spray if you want to save your money.

Hair dryer and Thick Socks
Wear thick socks and blow dry the parts of the shoes that feel tight. Walk around in the shoes till they cool down. This will expand the shoes for you.

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