How to make shoes comfortable

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Make shoes comfortable to wear so you don't have to suffer to be beautiful

Footwear is essential, but sometimes doing so can be a pain, literally. When your piggies are painful, it can ruin your day, not to mention cause problems for the rest of your body. Fortunately, you don't have to put up with the discomfort, a variety of tools are available to make shoes comfortable.

Give That Pain the Rub

Don't you hate it when your shoe starts rubbing your foot to the point of agony? Unfortunately, it's a common occurrence, but you don't have to give that shoe the boot, just simply place gel inserts inside your kicks.

These inserts are small in size, so you can fit them inside just about any footwear, even that killer pair of pumps you have. You know, that pair that makes your legs look never-ending and your booty look divine? Yes, those. The inserts provide a cushion between your foot and the leather, so your foot won't rub up against the material, which can easily cause a painful blister.

The cushions are typically self-adhesive, so you don't have to worry about them moving around. They'll provide the protection you need without any problem at all.

If your sandals or pumps are just too strappy or dainty to hide an insert, don't fret you can still get some protection between you and the material. Simply apply a spray designed to keep your feet safe from uncomfortable contact.

This product leaves a waxy finish on your foot, that keeps it covered and comfortable. Throw a bottle in your purse so you have it anytime your foot proves to be painful. 

Stiletto Savvy

Stilettos make you look absolutely gorgeous there's no doubt about it. However, no one ever said they were comfortable to wear. Because of the way they are positioned, they tend to put lots of pressure on the balls of your feet, which can wear your piggies out faster than you can say "footwear."

To cushion the balls of your feet and to prevent ugly calluses from forming, go ahead and pop an insert designed for this type of issue into the stiletto. This will make them super comfy and will leave you looking and feeling good.

Cushion for the Tootsies

Heels and other types of footwear are often not uncomfortable when you try them on or wear them for a very short period of time. When you have to stand in them all day, they are a recipe for serious pain. But you don't have to suffer for this beauty, you can place inserts into them.

Yes, believe it or not, you can actually put some cushy, comfy inserts into your heels and still be able to walk in them. And they won't show, either.

The trick is to use inserts that are super skinny, like 1/2 of an inch thick kind of skinny. Even though these insoles are thin, they still give you lots of comfort and protection. Just be sure to look for inserts that are made for sandals and open-toed shoes. You'll be comfy and look clean and stylish all at the same time.

Strap SOS

Strappy looks are sexy and fun, but the straps can be hard to handle sometimes. Straps can dig into your skin and make wearing them a bit unbearable. But you don't have to chuck your strappy sandals, you can wear them and still stay comfortable at the same time.

With the help of cushy, self-adhesive strips, you can prevent the pain and the redness that is often caused by straps. These strips attach themselves to your straps and stay hidden, so you'll still look totally chic. Choose a strip that matches the color, and go ahead and get your walk on.Your straps will become super comfy and no one will know about your strip secret.

It's been said that beauty is pain, but you don't really have to buy into that. Of course you have to look stylish and when you make shoes comfortable you not only look amazing, but you feel that way, too.


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