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gee jade




02 Sep 1995

i'm 14 years old and growing up to be a fine woman ^_^ well.., at least i want to be one lol XD a lot has happened in my life the past year and i've learned that life goes on and boys aren't a priority nor a necessity they're bonuses to our lives and looking for love at a very young age is pretty wreMore saduisahduiash dsau

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gee_jade asked:

24 Jul 2012

shoe problem girls! help me

okay so do you girls know the feeling when you see a shoe you like? and then the first time you wear it it hurts your feet when walking. well that happened to me and it left brown marks on my feet where the pressure was focused on. how do i remove it?



randompanda7 says:

Posted on 24 Jul 2012

were on your feet? If its on your upper heel it could be #1 the shoe is too small, or #2 they just need some breaking into. If there are marks on your FEET, than i would guess soap and water but if its just pressure it will fade eventually. Sorry if this is an obvious answer im just not 100% sure on the question xD


jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 24 Jul 2012

Unless there was some strange dye on the liner of the shoe, they're just pressure marks. The shoes were either too tight or just a bad fit since not all shoes the same size fit the same way. So I would do too things. First i would massage your feet. Do it all over, but especially where the marks are to get your circulation going good. That may fade them some. then take a nice gentle soap and wash them thoroughly maybe using a soft brush if you need to, but not too hard or you could bruise. I bet that will work but if not, you may need a footbath like they use for giving pedicures.


vampkisses says:

Posted on 25 Jul 2012

It should definitely go away it's most likely pressure marks, That will go away, or a dye like Jackie said... Good luck! (:


callmeiris says:

Posted on 25 Jul 2012

Those marks will disappear as soon as you wear flats or comfy shoes for a day...don't worry....

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