You'd think it would be inevitable -- ugly feet, I mean. When you consider all the pressures a dancer's feet endure -- the blisters, the injuries, the tight, tight shoes -- the things that happen to a dancer's feet sure aren't pretty. Bunions, hammer toes, claw toes, neuromas, corns, broken toes, stresses and strains, not to mention thousands of pounds of pressure on a daily basis. (Especially ballerinas, poor things. ) So are ugly feet just a dancer's fate? Do you think dancing has damaged your feet -- either in terms of health or aesthetics? Are there preventative measures a dancer can take? And, while we're at it, what are good non-dance shoes for a dancer? Sneakers? Slippers? Bare feet? What do you put on your feet when you're not dancing? And can a serious dancer have beautiful feet? Thoughts?