How to Choose the Right Pair of Heels
Whether you need to choose the right pair of heels for work or for a cocktail party, there is no doubt that finding the right pair of heels can be very difficult. Luckily, there are a number of things that you can do in order to increase your chances of choosing the perfect pair of heels for any situation! Learn more about some of the things that you should be looking for in any pair of heels when you go shoe shopping next!If the Shoe Doesn't Fit, Don't Wear it
Although you may be able to slide by wearing a pair of sneakers that do not fit perfectly without experiencing too much pain, the same is not true for a pair of heels. Even though a pair of shoes may look "pretty" on your feet, the truth in the matter is that if they do not fit right, your feet will never feel comfortable wearing them. If you do not want to experience any type of discomfort from heels, then it is important to remember that you should always choose the size which will fit you best. The slightest bit of doubt, when it comes to a pair of heels fitting the right way, may be more than enough reason to not buy a certain pair of heels.Don't Go too High With the Heels
Needing a pair of heels for a certain occasion does not necessarily mean that you need super high heels. In fact, if you want to choose the most comfortable pair of heels, you will probably want to avoid having too much of a heel at all. The recommended heel size that you will probably want to opt for is anywhere less than two inches. If you feel comfortable wearing heels that are slightly higher than two inches, you might want to only consider them for a time when you will not be wearing heels for a long period of time. The size of heels can have a huge impact on how comfortable you will be in any pair of heels.Avoid Heels that are Thin in Width
While you may like the appearance of really thin heels, the truth in the matter is that they do not provide you very much support and stability. Both of these factors are key ingredients to how comfortable you will be in any pair of heels. If you want to choose the pair of heels that will be the most suitable for you, it is best to choose a pair which have a wider heel. Wedge heels are typically known to be very comfortable, but any pair of heels that are thicker in width should work out just fine. Stilettos should be avoided if you want the most comfortable fit. Opt for the Right Amount of Arch Support
Depending on your feet, chances are that you may already have a preference to how much arch support you like your shoes to have. Keep in mind that arch support may be more necessary when you choose a pair of heels, especially if you plan to be standing around in them for long periods of time. Buying a pair of heels which has a high amount of arch support provided or adding insole cushions may be a good idea if you want the most comfortable heel fit. Make Sure Your Toes Have Enough Room
One of the things that you have probably given the least amount of thought to is how much room your toes have in a pair of heels. If you choose a pair of open-toed heels, then you will probably want to make sure that all of your toes can wiggle freely, without feeling crammed against the wall of the shoe. If you are choosing a pair of closed-toed heels, being able to wiggle your toes around in your shoes is very important.Know if They are Comfortable for Sure
When you try shoes on at the shoe store for just enough time to make sure that they fit, you will not really get a good sense of whether or not they are comfortable. Walking around the shoe store for ten minutes or so will give you a good idea of if a certain pair of heels is worth purchasing at all. Wearing them around the house will help you get a good idea of if you want to wear them to events when you will be standing for a long time or not. Knowing whether or not any pair of heels is comfortable beforehand will help you avoid any shoe-related pain in the future.
Art of applying Makeup - Face, Ears, Forehead
Long narrow face makeup tips: Blend the rouge back from the cheekbones to the hairline in an almost straight-line. This creates a horizontal effect which adds width to the face. Do not rouge close to the nose as then the widening effect will be lost.
Square face: This looks more oval if the rouge is shaded in long triangle towards the cheekbones.
Hollow cheeks: They appear fuller and rounder if the rouge is blended above the hollow instead of being blended in the hollow. This application neutralizes the natural shadows hollow and makes them appear rounder and fuller.
Oval face: Dot rouge on the height of cheekbone centre of the eyes. Blend up and out until the edges disappear.
Round face: Keep rouge fairly close to the nose, blend at a sharp vertical angle to the outer corner of the eye to give an illusion of length.
Large ears: Apply deeper foundation to the ears. This will make them appear less conspicuous. Wear large earrings which clamp on your earlobes and cover them.
Bulging forehead: Use a deeper foundation just below the temples over the eyelids and on the upper part of the nose. This will give an illusion of fullness to the rest of the face and minimize the bulge.
Low forehead: Apply a lighter foundation on the forehead so that the space between the eyebrows and the hairline appears broader