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KAHREN RONDON ON THE ROAD


HREN RONDON ON THE ROAD

How to choose the ideal heel according to your height?

Maybe you've noticed that certain women, regardless of whether they are tall or short, they look strange in heels. With the wrong heels, a woman of little stature may look slightly harmonious, and a tall woman may lose elegance, this happens because the heel you have chosen makes it look disproportionate.


What can cause us to see ourselves disproportionate?

To answer this question let's talk a little about history and theory, I promise it is an interesting topic, and above all it will be very useful.

The reference unit for measuring a proportioned body has been relatively the same from the beginning of their studies. Marco Vitrubio, architect and Roman engineer, dictated in his book the proportions of each part of the body, which served as inspiration for that Da Vinci captured the famous "Vitruvian man". According to this theory, which is still valid, the distance between the hairline and the chin It is one tenth of the ideal height. We know this measure also as the golden ratio.


What does this have to do with our heels?

We have the formula to find the ideal heel to see us perfectly proportioned! Harmony is not about stature, it's about proportion. And when not the We have, we found it thanks to the heels.


The distance from the hairline to the chin multiplied by 10 It is the "ideal" stature. My "ideal" stature minus my actual height gives us the ideal height of the heel.



Real example:

The golden ratio of my face is 16.7 cm, that is:

16.7 x 10 = 167 (cm)

My ideal height would be 167 cm

I measure 161 (cm)

167 - 161 = 6 (cm)

That is to say that my ideal heel is 6 cm.


It's very easy, read it again: The distance from the hairline to the chin multiplied by 10 It is the "ideal" stature. My "ideal" stature minus my actual height gives us the ideal height of the heel.




If your ideal heel seems too low, it is advisable not to exceed 3 cm to the suggested size, to avoid seeing little harmonious and disproportionate Interesting and useful. True?


Please remember that the higher heels do not make you look more elegant,

even the shortest ones make you look less groomed. The proportion is everything.

Thanks for reading me





Kahren Rondon

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