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Is it harder to make a 1 to 3 inch heel shoe than a 5 to 10 inch one?


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SuezanneC Baskerville wrote:

Do you know if those use invisiprims?

I forgot to mention my wardrobe is so old my shoes all have invisiprims which always were a drag so I'm hoping to get some shows without invisiprims.

make your own alpha for the feet and use that instead of the invisiprims. Might even get one from a pair of shoes you already have and try that, shouldn't need much modification to work for other shoes.

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Check out Slink. They've started a new(ish - I'm not sure how long ago they started this, but it's relatively recent, I think) line where you buy their mesh bare feet - they have three or four different heights, from flat to ballet-style tiptoes. Each of those is sold separately. Then you buy shoes that go with them. They're sized to fit the bare feet seamlessly, and there are a few different styles. The last time I looked, they only had shoes for the flat and the medium heel bare feet, but they're gorgeous, and work very well. The medium is along the lines of what you're looking for, I think - more of a low or kitten heel, not stilettos.

 

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