A Unique Twist for Her Panty Liners

Written by Leslie Means

Everything about that title makes me cringe.

First of all, I hate the word “panty.”

Second, since I included the word “her” in the title (it’s a thing we used to do on HVFH) it may lead you to the assumption that these are my panty liners.

I mean, they are.  But that’s just gross.

Lastly, well there isn’t a lastly here.  Her Panty Liners is just nasty.

But now that I’m over it, I’m here to tell you a little secret.

Panty Liners, especially thong panty liners (cause I just had to make it even more awkward) have more than one use.  I bring you:

panty liner in high heel

Thong Panty Liners inside high heels.

You guys, this is like magic.  OK, not really magic but you get my drift.  If you’ve ever been in a pair of 3 inch heels for more than 5 hours at a time, you know what happens.

Your feet sweat.

Your feet hurt.

You want to remove your feet from your shoes.

I wish I would have been given this tip back in my TV days when I really did wear my heels non-stop for 8+ hours.  Instead, this lovely piece of advice was given to me not long ago and I can’t for the life of me remember who told me about it.  Either way, I’ve tried it out and it works.  The liners absorb the sweat and you get a bit more padding in there, too.  (Pun not intended.  OK.  Maybe a little.)

Just peel and stick into the sole of your shoe and they are ready to go!  

panty liner in high heel close up

Be sure to change your panty liner after each use.


Give it a whirl and let me know what you think!

P.S.  If you plan to remove your heels at say a social function around people that matter, you might want to remove the panty liners first.  Otherwise, use them as a conversation starter!  


About the author

Leslie Means

Leslie is the co-founder and owner of Her View From She is also a former news anchor, published children’s book author, weekly columnist, and has several published short stories as well.

She is married to a very patient man. Together they have two pretty fantastic little girls ages 8 and 6 and one little dude born March 2017!

When she’s not sharing too much personal information online and in the newspaper – you’ll find Leslie somewhere in Nebraska hanging out with family and friends. There’s also a 75% chance at any given time, you’ll spot her in the aisles at Target.

  • OK, girls, put on your “big girl panties” and accept the facts of life……:) 🙂 🙂 some words are just like that!

    • No! I won’t do it. Gross, mom! 😉

  • Leslie, the word invokes the same response in me as it does you. {{ Shudder }} But clever advice nonetheless. 🙂

  • heeeheee….. Leslie said PANTY!! I dont know who is gagging more…. her or me! Les, I hate that word too!!!!

  • LOL!! 🙂 Eeeeewww! 😉

  • LOL ~Heather

  • This. Is. Fantastic! I, too, hate that word. And moist. And both of them. Together. But a great tip, nonetheless! Thanks!

    • eeeww! I had the word moist, too! ha! 🙂

  • Great advice! I thought I was the only one that hates the word “Panty”-Now im not alone:)

    • LOL = ah you said it!! Panty. shudder. 🙂

  • The commentary here is hilarious, but I will definitely have to try the tip!

  • Cindy

    ^______What Linda said! LOL

  • Heidi

    I know I’m a few years late to this party, but this tip literally just saved my life! I have a work event tonight and I was not looking forward to three hours of sweaty feet sliding around in my heels. I didn’t have any thong pantyliners on hand, so I cut up an “ultra thin” pad and put squares under my toes and my heel. Total lifesaver- no more slipping! Thanks so much!

    • Oh good! So glad to hear it! 🙂