Sanjana Sanghi Uses Hairspray To Wear Heels That Were Big At Kadak Singh Trailer Launch; 3 More Shoe Hacks To Remember

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Sanjana Sanghi Uses Hairspray To Wear Heels That Were Big At Kadak Singh Trailer Launch; 3 More Shoe Hacks To Remember

Ever wondered how celebrities manage to look flawless from head to toe, especially when it comes to their footwear? Well, in a recent Instagram video, a stylist spilled the beans on a last-minute shoe-fitting hack that might just save the day – hairspray! The revelation came to light when stylist Sanjana Sanghvi faced a shoe-size dilemma before an event where the shoes were too big for her. In a pinch, the stylist reached for a can of hairspray and, like magic, the shoes fit perfectly. While the hairspray hack is indeed a quick fix, here three more shoe-fitting tricks for those moments when Cinderella’s slipper doesn’t quite live up to its fairytale ending.

 

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1. The Sock and Blow Dry Trick

If your shoes are a tad too tight, slip on a thick pair of socks and then squeeze into the shoes. Once your feet are comfortably nestled, use a blow dryer to apply heat to the tight areas. The heat will help the material of the shoes expand, providing a custom fit.

 

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2. The Freezer Stretch

For shoes that are a smidge too small, try the freezer stretch. Fill a plastic bag with water, place it inside the shoes, and put them in the freezer overnight. As the water solidifies into ice, it naturally expands, delicately stretching the shoes. Thaw them out for a few minutes before trying them on for a more comfortable fit.

 

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3. The Cushioned Insole Solution

If your shoes are a bit too loose, consider using cushioned insoles. These inserts not only provide added comfort but also take up some extra space, ensuring a snug fit. They’re particularly handy for open-toe shoes or heels that have a tendency to slip.

 

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While the hairspray trick might be a stylist’s secret weapon, these additional hacks offer creative solutions to common shoe-fitting woes. The next time you find yourself grappling with ill-fitting footwear, don’t panic – reach for a pair of socks, a blow dryer, or even a bag of water. These tricks prove that with a bit of ingenuity, you can turn any pair of shoes into a perfect fit.

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