Time and time again people have considered a curvy/hourglass figure as the perfect feminine shape. Even in the world of fashion, many outfits are created to give a person the illusion of a large waist to hip/bust ratio. Recently, with the rise of women famous for their voluptuous figure (natural/derived), shape enhancement surgeries like Brazilian butt lift, liposuction, and breast augmentation has skyrocketed.
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Considering the horrid stories of plastic surgery gone wrong all over the internet, some people like myself are unwilling to gamble our health for the sake of beauty. So, I decided to come up with a list of safe alternatives women can employ to achieve a full-figure.
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The practice of waist training with corsets has been around for longer than I can remember, women in the Victorian Era wore corsets as a part of their outfit. Waist training is an effective way to reduce the size of your waist to give an hourglass figure. Body shaping undergarments are also great choices for instant body slimming effects.
In addition to waist training, special exercises that target the glute and abdominal muscles are recommended. Squats, bench presses, and crunches are good examples of moves you can incorporate into your workout sessions to attain an hourglass shape.
Add or lose weight
Some women find that adding or losing weight can give them control over fat distribution in certain parts of their body. Weight gain can bring about an increase in hip size for one woman, while another woman may experience an increase in bust and waist size only. It all depends on our genetic makeup.
Like padded bras, there are panties with silicone and foam paddings women can wear to increase butt and hip size. Many find it embarrassing to embrace this trend because of their society. If people wear foam or silicone padded bras to increase bust size, then hips pads shouldn’t be seen as weird. Besides celebrities have used this trick for years.
Foam padded brief