I’ve been thinking that I should stop wearing heels, because of the loud annoying clicking sound its making. But how I could possibly get rid of all my heels when I’m a shoe lover? However, when I do wear high heels I make sure I don’t make any of the annoying clicking sound! Â Most women find the click-clacking sound sexy and it makes them feel superior so they tend to do it on purpose. It could also mean, the heels are cheap or you just don’t know how to walk in them.
Unless you really want the attention, then probably want to stop reading. But if you also feel annoyed by those clicking high heels, here are some few tips to stop your heels from making too much noise.
Bring your heel to a shoe repair, have the shoemaker place a piece of rubber Â on the bottom of your heels. It’s very thin and you won’t notice the difference. But trust me,Â It will stop Â making those irritating noises.
1.Â Â Â Â Â Make sure that your heels are fully on your feet. If they are not attached to your feet properly, it will become loose while you’re walking and that causes the loud clicking noises, and you could also lose your balance.
2.Â Â Â Â Â While wearing high heel shoes, you should take shorter steps than usual, and as you bring each foot down have the heel touch the floor just slightly ahead of the ball of the foot. Keep your legs close together and walk slightly on your tiptoes.
It annoys me so much when I hear clacking heel noises. The past few weeks, the clacking noises from upstairs woke me up several times.Â Follow these steps so that you don’t make any more annoying noises!
1.Â Â Â Â Â Remember to always put your feet fully into your heels.
2.Â Â Â Â Â Hold on to the railing or banister as you are walking down the stairs. Not only will it help you with your balance, it will prevent from making loud noises.
3.Â Â Â Â Â Start to walk down the stairs, walking on the ball of your foot. This is the thick, flat part of your foot below your toes that you use when you are standing on tippy toes. Your heel should be slightly raised off of the stair itself.
4.Â Â Â Â Â Take the stairs slow; don’t rush! Step down on one stair and wait a few seconds before you take the next step.