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High heels have different lengths, so get one that will give you enough height without compromising your own stability. Women who are just starting out with heels should choose those that are between one to one and half inches in height. If you want to work as cam girl you are need very beautiful high heels for camera. A wider base (the part where the heel connects with the bottom of the shoe) offers more stability and less stress on the heel of the feet. You can opt for platforms or wedges if you want height but also more support.

High heels especially stiletto heels, never go out of style with true fashionistas. But being fashionable isn't always comfortable if you are a slave to high heels you might also suffer from corns, bunions, and fallen arches there are ways to make them less harmful to your feet You have a lot more leeway when it comes to choosing the right design but there are certain things you have to be aware about. For example, a pointy closed heel will cause you more pain the longer you wear high heels. Since the shoe is inclined, your foot will just slowly slide down and put extreme pressure on your toes. Prolonged use can actually cause more serious damage to your feet. Try to get shoes made with leather because it will last longer. It may be pricier but it pays for itself because of durability and the fact that you can use high heels longer.

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