I want curves - How can I get an hourglass figure? Do I need to gain weight and get a BBL? (photo)
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Good candidate for BBL
What would you recomend for me to do to get curves hourglass figure. Thinking of gaining 15 pounds and doing fat grafting to hip
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Brazilian Butt Lift
The only are of fat that is seen in the pictures is the love handles (flanks).
Liposuction Flanks and fat transfer to the buttock. This will enhance the body shape and curves, but moderate amount of fat transfer.
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I want curves - How can I get an hourglass figure? Do I need to gain weight and get a BBL?
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Kenneth Hughes, MD
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Brazilian butt lift
Gain weight for BBL
I would recommend a liposuction to your abdomen, lower back, flanks (sides of breast) and a bit to inner thighs and a bit to inner knees. On your current weight I would be likely to transfer about 500-600 cc of fat per side, but it will match perfectly with your slender body.
Your waist can be as small as your muscle allows, in that area. So you have to know that is our limit: the muscle, any deeper. Your hip can also be enhanced with the fat gafting and then create the curves you are looking for.
You have to know if you gain weight, that fat will go everywhere, not only to the abdomen or areas which may be reachable with liposuction. And if you loose weight after the BBL, you will lose some of the volume. You will not lose the fat cells because those remain "alive" into your butt tissues, they only shrinks.
If your plan is to gain weight and remain in that weight, then gaining some lbs will be great for you and your result.
Feel encouraged. You will be loving your result.
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