At Neubodi, we advocate that every woman is unique and different. Be it breast or body, women come in all shapes and sizes, and so does your butt. There are so many different types of butts, and knowing which one is yours, will make it easier for you to pick out the perfect foundation to highlight your assets.
Physical fitness and lifestyle aside, your butt shape is actually determined by a combination of your hip bones, fat distribution, the size of your gluteal muscles, and the way those muscles attach to the thigh bone.
Your butt deserves the same consideration to help it look its best. In order to put your best cheek forward, Neubodi is going to break down how to identify:
1.Your booty type
2. The right panty strategy for your booty
Round butts are bubble butts. Round booty types will find the majority of their volume is in the center of the cheeks, which makes their booty distinct from their waistline. In this case, the goal is to create the illusion of much more volume on the sides.
Round booty types will need a little extra coverage in the back to prevent the front or crotch area shifting backwards. Boyshorts or full coverage briefs are ideal for contouring round butt shapes and cheeks.
This butt shape has an equal width at the top, center, and bottom, and often looks flatter because of the lack of curves. This particular shape is caused by either higher more prominent hip bones, or distribution of fat in the ‘love handle’ area. This makes the goal for Square shapes to create curves and an illusion of roundness. Avoid solid colored panties which can make you look flat and go with lace or a print instead.
If you are seeking to make your butt look fuller all around, it would be good to go for panties with lace or a print. It would be advisable to pick panties with fuller coverage, a higher waistline and a high cut leg opening.
Heart booties literally resemble an upside-down heart. It is generally considered to be the most feminine of the butt shapes and is a result of fat distribution around the lower portion of the butt and thighs. Women with this booty type typically have pear-shaped figures with full thighs and smaller waists.
Too much coverage can add unwanted volume to an already bottom-heavy booty. Try going for panty styles with center details like ruching that can help make your bottom look more proportional. Do not go for panties with small leg openings. Your best bet would be seamless panties or bikinis.
This booty type is also referred to as “V-shaped” or “Inverted Triangle” where most of the fats are distributed at the top of the butt. The base of your bum likely has less volume, thus resulting in an angular shape. This booty shape is common amongst women with broad shoulders and narrow hips or among older women, who experienced a shift in fat storage and loss of muscle tone.
The goal here is to create the illusion of a rounder bottom for a more proportional look. Go for boyshorts, full briefs, or styles with a lower cut leg opening. These styles are great for adding volume and filling out a narrower booty.