For the BBL, I Was Told the Square Butt Was Hardest to Work with Due to Having the Most Inelastic Skin? Is This True?
I read on this blog how elasticity of the skin affects how well a surgeon can graft fat to the butt according to their shape. http://aaronstonemd-plasticsurgery.blogspot.com/2013/02/brazilian-butt-lift-buttock.html Are naturally shaped square butts a result of having inelastic skin versus A,V or round butts? Or do square butts just have a tendency to have inelastic skin? What is the reason for in-elasticity in the skin? What can make the skin more elastic to ensure a better fat graft? Thanks!
False you may put but also remove fat to modelate/ falso puedes poner pero tambien quitar grasa
Inelastic Skin and Brazilian Buttlifts
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