Start small: Don’t start with 6 inches. That will just lead to pain and injury! Begin with 2-inches or wedges and work your way up to killer heels.
Walk heel to toe, not toe to heel While it might be tempting to put your whole foot down at once, don’t! It only makes your walk look strange. Put your heel down first, followed by your toe. It’s more balanced and makes your stride look more natural.
Take baby steps Giant leaps and glam heels do not go foot-in-foot. Make sure your steps are small and don’t expect to be able to walk as fast as you normally do!
take a cue Download a video of a fashion show on YouTube and watch the pros. Another DIY way to perfect the walk is to walk in a straight line with a book balanced on your head.
Practice makes party perfect One of the most common problems is learning how to shift your balance. The best way to become a high-heel pro is to do it as often as possible. Do it in front of a mirror; it helps!