In today’s world women consider high heel shoes to be a staple wardrobe item. High heel shoes are known for making legs look longer and slimmer, and they can give a dressy look to an otherwise casual outfit. However, walking in high heels can be a challenge, especially if the heels are 4 inches or more. Walking in very high heels takes concentration and practice.
The first and most obvious tip is to really try and buy fitting shoes, that are comfortable. If shoes are too loose, you’ll will have problems keeping them on your feet; if they’re too tight, they’ll be uncomfortable and you may get foot pain. Many high street shops now sell foot cushion to aid with these common problems.
Practice using smaller heels. Once you have mastered 2- or 3-inch heels, you can move on to higher heels. You may also want to start with broader heels and work your way to skinny heels.
Take small steps. Your steps will naturally be shorter in high heels, so you will naturally walk more slowly
Place your heel on the ground first and follow with your toe. It will be easier to balance if you step heel first than if you put your whole foot down at once or put your toes down first.
Practice walking on a variety of surfaces such as carpets, slippery floors, stairs and outdoors. Like many other skills, practice makes perfect.