Many women considering the coveted hourglass buttock augmentation often ask how it differs from the traditional butt augmentation. In this video, I will walk you through the differences between the two butt enhancement procedures. In a nutshell, the primary difference between the traditional and the hourglass butt augmentation procedures comes down to the goal. The goal of the traditional butt augmentation is to simply make the buttocks bigger and fuller. On the other hand, the goal of the hourglass butt augmentation is to help you achieve the hourglass body, which features wider and more defined hips, fuller and shapelier buttocks, and a tinier waistline. In simple words, the hourglass butt augmentation aims to help you achieve a smaller waist to hip ratio and a curvier body. The hourglass butt augmentation utilizes your own body fat to achieve its objectives. Excess, unwanted fats in your abdomen, sides or other areas of the body, are removed through liposuction. The harvested fats are processed and will then be transferred to your hips and buttocks. During the fat grafting procedure, the buttocks and hips will be reshaped and recontoured according to the standards of an hourglass body. This differentiates the hourglass butt augmentation from the Brazilian butt lift. The Brazilian butt lift does not involve fat transfer to your hips, while that is a prerequisite in an hourglass procedure especially if you have narrow hips. All told, the hourglass procedure involves the use of specialized and more sophisticated techniques, well honed artistry, and highly developed sense of aesthetics to deliver the body of your dreams.