Walking perfectly while wearing high heels is a skill and a talent. Some people have that glam in them. It’s like they’re made to wear those high stilettos and still look gorgeous. Then there’s you – an average person who finds it hard to wear heels, even if it’s a matter of life and death. Fortunately, wearing high heels can be taught; and that’s our lesson for today. Here are some expert tips on how to walk in high heels properly.


Walk from Heel to Toe – Not the Other Way Around

The fastest and easiest way to look like a complete amateur when wearing heels is to put your entire foot down all at once like you’re wearing flats. When wearing heels, you must set your heel down first, followed by your toe. This motion may seem awkward at first. But it will make your walk look more natural. In addition, you will walk better once you get used to it.


Take Small Steps

If you’re a complete beginner, you should not be forced to get used to walking on high heels right away. Take baby steps and be mindful with how you walk on them. As the old saying goes, “practice makes perfect.’ So, the more you walk in heels, the better you will get when wearing them. Just make sure you always take small steps and gradually increase as you get used to wearing heels. Sooner or later, you’re already walking in your normal strides. That point, you’ve successfully learned how to wear and use high heels.


Don’t Rush Things

Like what we said earlier, you don’t need to rush when you’re walking on heels. Trying to walk quickly while wearing high heels often ends up looking quite awkward – not to mention, you will also get injured if you trip and lose balance. Even when you get used to wearing them, you must keep calm and take your time. Not only will you ensure your balance and walk better, but you will also look confident in them.


Lean Slightly Back

Last but not least is to lean slightly back. You may find that you want to walk faster than your high heels will allow. However, that will only end up in you craning your neck forward to compensate with your pace. It will make you look strange. Instead, you should allow yourself to lean slightly back when walking in heels. This motion will counteract your inclination to lean forward, giving you a more natural look when walking in your stilettos.