How to get an hourglass figure?

18th Oct 2018

Each woman is born with a particular type of body that determines her particular measurements. Some are small and well-built but look pretty. Others are thin, medium-sized and look superb. The ones that are tall and thin are perceived as beautiful by many. But all these women are appreciated by a certain target or the other. If in terms of height and weight there is room for debate, when it comes to the shape of the body, things are clear: the hourglass shape is the most desired one.
Nowadays it is very difficult to give the precise measurements of a perfect silhouette. According to many experts in fashion and beauty and according to the graphs published by various health and fitness magazines, women who measure 90 cm on the chest, 65 cm on the waist and 90 cm on hip circumference have a superb look in almost any clothing. So, you can consider 90-65-90 as the ideal female measurements. This is the classic hourglass shape that is so sought after, probably also because less than 10% of female population is born with it.
Many patients understand the need to get a breast augmentation to get that hourglass shape. Things are also clear when it comes to liposuction. But many find it difficult to understand why they need a fat transfer to the hips.
This is not uncommon as many women think they already have big hips, so why augment them even more? But wide hip bones do not equal big hips. Beautiful hips need to have curves and soft lines, and it is rare to see them in people who don’t undergo plastic surgery.
The hourglass shape is all about the narrow waist and larger, rounder hips, and we can only achieve this with a fat transfer to the hips. Adding more volume to this area will significantly improve the contour of your body and make it more proportionate and harmonious.

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