Tape your third and fourth toes together before wearing heels.
Before wearing closed-toed heels, tape your third and fourth toes together using nude or clear medical tape. This is an easy and useful way to alter your balance a little and take pressure of the balls of your feet.
Add Grip to Heels with Sandpaper
Blow Dry The Shoes: Stretch a pair of tight shoes by wearing thick socks and blow drying the tight area.
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Combine wooly socks and a blowdryer for painless breaking in. Bonus points for warm feet while shoe-hacking.
3 Ways To Make Shoes Less Slippery: Rub the bottoms of plastic or leather shoes with some sandpaper or a nail file to create texture and traction and make your shoes less slippery.
Save your soles with gel arch inserts. Since these shoes are usually completely flat and offer no arch support, invest in a really good customized insole, a full shoe or just the arch bit will do- especially if you find that your lower back is achy after a day spent in your flats.
Keep Feet Free From Sweat By Spraying Dry Shampoo Into Shoes
Un-cramp toe boxes in the freezer: Water + baggie + freezer = finally putting middle school science to good use