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Are you all set to throw on your bikini and go to the beach or pool? Putting on a bikini might be difficult. There isn’t much fabric to deal with, but it needs to be placed precisely so to keep you covered. Learn how to put on your bikini so that it fits snugly, as well as how to prepare your body so that you look and feel wonderful in your swimwear.
Putting On Your Bikini
1. Take off your clothes from head to toe. Bikinis are designed to expose a lot of flesh, so go ahead and undress. Take off your bra and underpants as well. It will be virtually hard to prevent your underwear from peeping out while you’re active at the beach or pool if you wear your bikini over underwear.
2. Put on your bikini bottoms. Bikini bottoms often provide the same level of covering as bikini underwear. The top of your bikini bottoms should sit along your hips, spanning over each hip bone below your belly button. They should hug your bottom closely in the back. They’ll give complete or partial cheek covering depending on the style you’re wearing.
- The bottoms of your bikini should not sag or droop. If they feel too big, go down a size.
- They should also not cut into your skin and create puffiness. If they do, go up a size.
3. Tie the bikini top under your breasts. Put on the top like a bra, first attaching the band across your chest. It may help to put the top on backwards so you can attach the band in front, then move it around to place it appropriately with the cups in front.
- If you’re wearing a string bikini, make a tight knot first, then tie the ends in a bow. Tie it securely enough to keep the bikini in place, but not so tight that it cuts off your circulation.
- If the band of your bikini top is slack enough that you can easily slide your hand through it, either knot it tighter or size down. If it’s too small and you’re uncomfortable, go up a size.
4. Adjust the cups as needed. Place your breasts in the middle of each cup to hold them firmly in place. Check that the fabric of the cups fully covers your breasts; if they feel tight or your breasts are protruding out from the sides, you may wish to size up. If they feel too big, go down a size or get a cushioned top. Here are the many varieties of bikini tops and how to correctly secure them:
- Triangle top: This shape offers the least amount of support and coverage and is best suited to petite breasts. Check that your breasts are in the middle of the triangles. If your top includes sliding triangles, move them over your breasts to ensure that the cloth completely covers your breasts.
- Halter top: This design offers extra support, making it a fantastic option for women with larger breasts. For optimal covering, place your breasts in the middle of each cup and extend the cups around them.
- Bandeau tops are strapless, so make sure you get the proper size so your top doesn’t slip up or down. Adjust the top so that your breasts are centered in the cups. It should hug your chest tightly; if it sags or droops, you may need to size down or choose a different type top.
- Underwire top: This style is comparable to a bra and fits similarly. Place the underwires just under your breasts, then drop your breasts into the cups.
5. Tighten the straps. It’s critical to tighten the straps so that they hold your bikini top in place and support your breasts. The straps should be snug enough to keep your bikini top in place, but not so tight that they dig into your shoulders. Your bikini top should be as soft as a bra.
- Adjust bra-style bikini straps in the same way as you would ordinary bra straps. To loosen or tighten the straps, use the plastic slides on the ends.
- If the straps are strings that need to be tied, it may take a few attempts to get the knots exactly right. They should be snug enough to support your breasts but not so tight that they cut into your shoulders. Make bows out of the ends of the strings.
- Some bikini tops are designed to be worn as halters, with two strings attached at the nape of your neck. Again, make sure the strings are tight enough to support your breasts without being too tight.
- If you can’t adjust the straps so that your breasts are well-supported without creating discomfort in your shoulders or neck, you may need to try an alternative type top. For optimal support, choose a conventional bra-style top with an underwire.
6. Take a tour around the room to look for any slippage or discomfort. Try skipping and leaping as well. You’ll be having fun in the sun, and you don’t want to have to worry about your breasts falling down or your bikini bottoms dropping down. Make any required modifications so that you can confidently wear your bikini all day.
Wearing it Comfortably
1. Think about shaving the hair around your bikini line. Knowing that no hairs will peek out from your bikini bottoms when you’re lounging out in the sun or swimming in your bikini may make you feel more secure. Trimming and shaving are popular methods since they are affordable and painless. If you prepare beforehand, you may even try waxing the region.
- Put on your bikini bottoms and examine the hair that pokes out around the borders to determine which hairs to eliminate. You want to get rid of enough hair so that your bottoms cover everything that’s left.
- To feel bikini-ready, some individuals prefer to wax their legs and armpits.
2. Exfoliate your skin twice a week. Because wearing a bikini exposes your skin, you may want to pamper it a day or two before heading to the beach or pool. Use a loofah or exfoliating scrub in the bath or shower to exfoliate your arms, legs, and anything in between. This will remove dry skin and leave you with a healthy shine.
- Instead of scrubbing too hard, exfoliate your skin with soft circular strokes.
- Don’t forget about your back and other difficult-to-reach places. To get to the hard-to-reach areas, use a scrub brush.
3. Apply a thick moisturizer. Apply your favorite moisturizing moisturizer after exfoliating to keep your skin from drying out. When it’s time to put on your bikini, your skin will be smooth and sparkling. To soften your skin, use coconut or olive oil instead of lotion.
4. Don’t forget to bring your sunscreen. Wearing a bikini necessitates liberal application of sunscreen, since the majority of your body will be exposed to the sun’s rays. Apply SPF 16 or higher sunscreen five to ten minutes before heading out in the sun, and reapply as needed throughout the day. Wearing lots of sunscreen can save you from getting a severe sunburn and will protect you against sun spots and skin cancer.
- If you plan on swimming, use waterproof sunscreen. You will still need to reapply it many times during the day.
- Even if you’re attempting to tan, you should still use sunscreen. Sunscreen keeps you from being burnt, but it doesn’t totally protect your skin from the sun’s rays. It’s more preferable to develop a gradual tan than than being burnt early.
5. Bring a coverup with you. You may not want to be exposed to the sun and other elements for the duration of your visit to the beach or pool. Bring a lovely coverup that you may wear over your bikini anytime you wish. As an added plus, it will protect your skin from the sun, so you won’t have to worry about slathering sunscreen all over your body when you wear it.