How to choose the right heels

Love them or hate them, you simply can not live without your high heels just like cheap graffic tees. I explain how to select them.

They are a beauty, no doubt. Sean style that is: stilettos, platforms or sandals, there is a high heel shoe for every woman. Of this, I am quite sure.

If you care about your personal image and your professional image, you should have more than one pair of heels in your closet (even if only to admire them!). And your heels make it much more attractive, tall and slender despite sores and pain you.

Do you not believe me? Did you know that it has been scientifically proven by a team of researchers at the University of Portsmouth?

Effectively. And as a professional Image Consulting, it is my obligation to inform you about any supplement that will highlight your beauty. But it is also my duty to properly orient you to select the model that fits your silhouette, and not have to suffer unnecessary suffering or sacrifice your health and wellness.

What are the most common mistakes we make women when selecting our heels?

The shoe does not fit you properly

When the difference between the shoe and the heel is too wide, the foot will move inside the shoe while walking. And that is a guarantee of pain and discomfort. In this case, probably you chose a style that was too broad for the foot, perhaps regardless of your shoe size varies with age. Yes, foot size changes over the years due to hormonal changes and natural changes in soft tissue that occur with aging. You can not imagine how many times I’ve seen this problem, and I have seen my clients suffer throughout my career as an Image Consultant. So what is the solution? Put yourself in the hands of a good professional footwear, measuring the dimensions of your foot correctly.

The shoe is too high

Sometimes we carry our personal image something beyond what we owe. The high-heeled shoe is a beauty and creates the illusion of a very stylized silhouette. However, excessive use of this accessory causes pain in the bottom of the foot. High heel means more stress on the ball of the foot, ankle and knee problems that increase with the height of the shoe. Remember that not all are Carrie Bradshaw of Sex and The City, and it’s not always practical to go to the park to walk your dog with high-heeled shoes so!

The shoe is not sufficiently covered

I know, love heeled sandals, usually an instant crush, but when the only components that hold the shoe with the foot are a tiny ankle strap and feet, it’s like you’re walking on a tightrope. Obviously, you need support and will spare instability. However, if you love high-heeled sandals, and play a significant role in your image, your best bet is to choose styles that fit well to the shape of your foot, providing the right amount of fabric to keep the foot in the shoe.

The shoe is too narrow at the bottom

You do not know how many clients have gone through my Image Consulting to which they looked pain in the face! I look at my feet, and I know what the problem is: pointe shoes very narrow heel, cramming his fingers in an almost cruel way that so few of the first space. Normally, in addition to the lack of space, the fingers are not adequately covered in this type of shoe, so they are forced to work harder to maintain stability. I suggest, do not make that mistake. Choose a shoe with more fabric in the toes and a slightly wider toe.

The heel is too thin

Try to avoid too small heels. A thick heel will give you better balance and more stability and can help relieve some pressure by distributing the weight of your body on the foot more evenly. Try wider and more support heels, wedge heels like, which are much less demanding for leg muscles. The thinner the heel, the more impact on the foot. And yes, if you get fairly thin causes heel a night, go! Why not? Just be sure to pamper your feet the next day! And remember, if your professional image requires you to wear high heels or thin throughout the day, try to take rest periods, and enjoy walking with a real ballerinas par.

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