how can i get a body like video vixen rosa acostas. she doesnt have too much but its nice. i also like kim kardashian's butt beyonce's abs and jlo's hips. but rosa acosta is closer to me with no hips she just has a nicer butt and we both have big breast as well. so i could work off the abs but i heard u would need that fat for the transfer. im currently overweight by 25 lbs my measurements are 36DD-31-37 & im 5'2.5 150 lbs. i have a gut & an ok butt because im overweight. when im in shape im 36D-26-36 @ 126lbs & im pretty narrow up & down w/ a small butt & no hips. ideally id like to be 36C-24-42 @ 125lbs. how can i get a nice CURVY body? can we create the illusion of hips? how many ccs is needed? Cost? i heard the more fat u have the better results is that true? Please help me.
How Can I Get an Booty Like This.. Similar to Rosa Acosta
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Brazilian Butt Lift......
Thanks for all the good questions.
It sounds like you might be a good candidate for the Brazilian Butt Lift from your height and weight. Of course there's no way to know for sure without seeing and examining you. Where your fat is as well as how much fat you have in those areas is what determines how much can be grafted to your buttocks as well as how many inches you will gain in your hip measurement and how much you will lose around your waistline. I have had patients lose 3, 4 or even as much as 5, 6 or 7 inches, but these larger losses are on patients who have a significant amount of fat in the waistline area. Therefore having your waistline decrease from 31 to 24 inches may be a stretch. It all depends on what you are starting with. The more fat you have to be removed, the more fat there is available to transfer. I always recommend that my patients be in good health and exercise is always a good idea, but I wouldn't lose the weight or attempt to "work off the fat" if you would like it transferred to your buttocks. Just work to tone your muscles.
Hope this helps. Any other questions, feel free to contact me.
All Butts are Not the Same
I definitely do not emulate other women's butt as a goal the procedure. Kim Kardashian's butt is uniquely hers! I strive to improve your contour and make your result that suits YOU well.
Brazilian Butt Lift, Changing My Body
The liposculpting will allow your surgeon to bring in your hips and waist giving you more of an hour glass figure. You already have some shape to your buttock and this will be able to be enhanced to give you a very attractive buttock.
The amount of fat needed depends on the shape and needs of each individual patient, however in general at least 500cc per buttock need to be placed to see a significant difference. On average patients typically receive around 800cc per buttock side for a total of 1600cc of fat transfer. However just like a breast augmentation the amount of fat needed various from patient to patients. Also the sculpting done with the liposuction is a big part of the procedure to improve the overall shape.
The process of the Brazilian Butt lift is not only to add volume to the buttock, but to transform the entire shape of the patient from a square appearance to more of an hour glass shape. It is about giving a patient a figure that she will look great in close or a bikini (for the patients here in Miami). The goal is not to just try and make the biggest butt possible. It is giving the patient a shape they will love for years to come!
When considering this procedure it is very important that you have your procedure performed by a board certified plastic surgeon.
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The pictures you posted are good to understand what you consider as beautiful. However is it possible to give you exactly that body, the answer is no.
From your pictures though difficult to see the whole body, you can have the curges, especially in the back and flanks. The abdomen have to evaluate and the decision is eithr liposuction or tummy tuck with or without liposuction.
Fat transfer to the buttock and reshaping the buttock, flanks back with liposuction.
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