9 Priceless Life Hacks for Those Who Haven’t Prepared for Summer but Want to Look Flawless


It’s impossible to achieve the ideal cover girl’s beach body in a single day. It takes a lot of time and effort, as well as a certain amount of commitment. It’s much more difficult to lose weight if you’re short, according to Craig Primack of the Obesity Medicine Association. Shorter women have a slower metabolism, according to the report, which means that a 5-foot-tall woman will burn 1,200 calories. A woman who is 5’10” will burn 1,750 calories per day or more.

First and foremost, everybody is unique, which is perfectly good. Some people are slim, while others have a curvy figure. After a long workout, some people enjoy jogging at 6 a.m., while others love a nice slice of pizza and a drink. Self-love and peace of mind are important for looking perfect in every form. However, for those who want to look a little slimmer but haven’t been able to lose weight before summer, we have a few helpful hacks you can try.

1. The right photo posture


It’s critical to understand your angles, as the same individual may appear much smaller or much larger depending on their pose. The image on the left shows good balance with a tight tummy and the body turned slightly toward the camera. The right photo, on the other hand, shows the same girl standing sideways to the camera, her tummy out and loose.
Put one leg forward while moving a little sideways to create the illusion of a much thinner body. Another suggestion is to photograph from above. When photographed from below, you will appear much heavier than you are.

2. Choose the right swimsuit.

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Looking good in a swimsuit is a huge concern for curvy women. They look best in one-piece monokinis or two-piece swimsuits with high-waisted bottoms in general. Tops with good support are important for those with larger breasts. String bikinis are not approved for girls with large butts.

3. Wear heels.


Heels, particularly those with pointy toes, make legs appear slimmer. This style of shoe often raises the buttocks, giving the entire body a more graceful appearance.

4. Tan or get a faux tan.


It’s no secret that tanned legs seem slimmer and more attractive. Try to get some skin, and if you can’t, a fake tan will suffice. Since fake tans can be difficult to wear, make sure your legs are well moisturised. This also gives the appearance of smoother, shorter legs.

5. Invest in Spanx.

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Wear a pair of Spanx if you want to wear a certain piece of clothing so it draws attention to your trouble areas. Invest in a new pair to help you lose your muffin top and big belly. Certain Spanx is also designed to raise your buttocks.

6. Choose flattering clothes.

It can make all the difference in the world if you choose clothing that fits well on your body. Avoid wearing clothes that are too large or too small for you; they will only make you look fatter. Dresses with a high slit or showing your legs are appropriate as long as you’re relaxed and safe.

7. Draw attention to your waist.


Usually, emphasising the waist creates a feminine silhouette and helps to conceal a few extra pounds. You can go shopping for more tailored clothing the next time you go, or simply accessorise your current wardrobe with belts.

8. Don’t hump.


It makes a big difference to stand and sit with good posture. It helps you visually shed a few pounds by making your tummy appear flattered. Not to mention that it is extremely beneficial to your wellbeing. Hold your back straight and your head back as much as possible.

9. Try to avoid foods that bloat you.

Some foods cause gas to build up in our bodies, causing bloating in the stomach. It gives the impression of being overweight. Beans, garlic, broccoli, cabbage, Brussel sprouts, and other foods are among the most harmful. Limit your consumption of these types of foods.

Do you think you’re better prepared for the summer? Have any of these hacks worked for you?

Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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