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Beauty Care

Nail-Friendly Footwear

Proper footwear can help keep your feet healthy. Here are tips on choosing shoes to help you put your best foot forward:

  • To keep your feet healthy you will need to own several pairs of shoes. Women who like wearing high heels must have shoes with heels of varying heights. This will help to counteract the effects of raised heels. Heels should never be more than three-quarters of an inch.


  • If you have nail fungus consult your doctor and throw away old sports shoes.


  • Before buying a shoe draw the outline of your foot on a piece of paper. You will get an idea of the actual size of the shoe you should buy.


  • Shoes should be comfortable to wear and wide enough for air circulation. When you buy closed shoes ensure that there is enough space between your longest toe and your toe box. The width of the space should be as much as the width of your thumb.


  • Keeping your feed bare increases the chances of your feet getting injured. So remember to wear shoes whenever you go out. It is best to keep your shoes on even inside your house.


  • Choose shoes according to the activity to be performed. For example, tennis shoes and running shoes look alike but tennis shoes are manufactured in such a way that they provide support for sudden stops and turns.


  • Buy shoes in the latter half of the day and you will get shoes that fir you accurately. By this time your feet are slightly swollen and hence you will get the right fit. When you buy shoes try them on while standing, try on both of them and walk around a little to find out whether it fits you well. Take your socks along to make sure that your shoe fit you comfortably with the socks on.
 

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