Shoes: Top 3 Painless shoes

We all love wearing sandals and flats in the summer season but unfortunately sometimes we are scared of getting blisters... and when it does happen it's not something pretty to see. Blisters are literally a pain in the butt and they simply ruin your look because you end up having two or three band aids falling off your flats...

But no worries ladies I found some easy tips to ease the pain... After many trials and blisters I finally have some tricks to share with all of you :)

1. Shoe sole-mate

A good in sole will become your "sole-mate"! Trust me in this one! There are many reasons that can cause your feet to have blisters... Such as a bad sized shoe which will cause a lot of rubbing and friction or really bad quality shoes but honestly even shoes that have cost me over 200$ have cost me blisters... no one is safe...

But anyways like I said a good in sole with a good thickness will bring your feet higher inside your shoe which will avoid the friction on the back of your feet. In soles will also help your arch and your posture! Oh and I forgot they also help those smelly feet!

2. Heel liners to heal!

Another little trick I found is to put some heel liners or "back in soles" in the back of my shoes (inside)... These little guys are amazing when you're on the go and when you're feet are starting to hurt... They are hidden inside of your shoes and act like band aids! They are literally invisible!

You can also find these in smaller strips for sandals!!!

3. Tights!

I'm really not a huge fan of tights... I really have no idea why but maybe it's because my parents forced me to wear them when I was younger ...Honestly I really hate skin colored tights... I rather use them with some color or a nice pattern... You can also get those "sock" tights for flats....

There are many ways to avoid blisters but like I said no one is safe.... You never know when it will happen or with what shoes... You simply have to try and see what works for you! Another great tip is to break your shoes... We often "break" our shoes when they are heels or pumps but you can also break flats! You have to get your feet use to them... I mean worse case scenario carry some band aids with you to avoid staining your shoes... with you know what...


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