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  • Celia C

    how to break in your shoes in less than 2 minutes (i've only done this with leather shoes, but it works even better if you don more than one pair of socks.) Put on socks and slip on your shoes. Aim the hairdryer on the tight section for a few seconds (wiggle and stretch your feet inside the shoe for maximum benefit). Keep the shoes on while they cool. Remove the socks and test out shoes. It should be stretched out, but if you need more room, then repeat the process.

  • Kim Davis

    How to break in your shoes in less than 2 minutes. Bye bye, blisters! Try this incredibly simple and neat trick for stretching out the area. And guess what? It worked! Put on socks and slip on your shoes. Aim the hairdryer on the tight section for a few seconds (wiggle and stretch your feet inside the shoe for maximum benefit). Keep the shoes on while they cool. Remove the socks and test out shoes. It should be stretched out, but if you need more room, then repeat the process.

  • Kate Moore

    shoes 101 Fashion Tips and Tricks Every Girl Should Know How to break in new shoes FAST

  • Morgan Wiedmeier

    101 Fashion Tips and Tricks Every Girl Should Know | StyleCaster. It works! Just put on a pair of socks and then the shoes. Use the hair dryer to heat up the shoes to stretch them out.

  • Panda pandaness

    Tried this and it works! Break in your flats in under five minutes. | 27 Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know About

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How to break in shoes in 5 minutes: 1. Put them on over a pair of thick socks; 2. Heat them up with a blow dryer; and 3. Wear them until they cool down.

Put on socks and slip on your shoes. Aim the hairdryer on the tight section for a few seconds (wiggle and stretch your feet inside the shoe for maximum benefit). Keep the shoes on while they cool. Remove the socks and test out shoes. It should be stretched out, but if you need more room, then repeat the process.