Creativity, Dance, General

Finally… Flesh-Toned Ballet Shoes!

I love sharing interesting finds! Since my most recent blog post was about my love of ballet and its benefits, I’m excited to share a recent ballet discovery— Kinetic Essentials Ballet “Hue” Polish.

(This might be a good time to note: I independently purchased my KE Ballet “Hue” Polish and was not asked to review it, nor did I receive monetary compensation for sharing this product information). 🙂

Ballet is all about creating elongated, continuous lines for visual interest— And nothing creates a better visual line than having your ballet shoes match your skin tone!

My ballet shoes, which are a very pretty shade of pink, didn’t match my skin tone at all.
While researching a way to rectify that, I came across the Kinetic Essentials website and their Ballet “Hue” Polish!

It works on canvas and pointe shoes and offers a variety of colors for different flesh tones:

Photo Credit: Kinetic Essentials
Photo Credit: Kinetic Essentials

A sponge applicator came attached to the bottle, so it was easy to apply. Also, it smelled nice and dried quickly… so, I was dancing in flesh-toned shoes in record time. KE Ballet HUE PolishYou can see the comparison of my current (flesh-toned) canvas ballet shoes and my new (ballet-pink) pair, in the first picture. Big difference!

It feels good to have that uniform appearance when I’m dancing (AND shoes that match your skin tone really do make your legs appear longer). There’s also the added benefit of drawing attention away from my feet, especially in dance class! 😉

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About drdayolanier

Hi. I’m Dayo Lanier (affectionately known as Dr. Dayo to the students I’ve worked with), and I’m a pediatrician, turned writer (of articles and songs). On Reserved Rebel, I lend my introverted, ADHD, multipotentialite, Coach’s wife, Christian mom, arts & science perspective (along with a background in medicine), to offer encouragement, insights, and information on a variety of topics, ranging from health & wellness, creativity & music, education, parenting and self-development. The Reserved Rebel Mission: Encouragement to honor your differences, embrace unconventionality, live authentically, and create a balanced life.
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