Butt Augmentation: Also known as Brazilian Butt Lift, BBL, or buttock augmentation, a procedure where the buttocks are reshaped and augmented with the use of your own fat to give you, give them a more sensual, enhanced contour.
If recent trends are any indication, the days of asking, “Does this make my butt look big?” are long gone. It’s crazy, but in the past, we were mortified if our butts were too large. We wore looser clothing, we were humiliated in anything tight, and at the beach, we covered up what we considered embarrassing excess with flowing sarongs. We emulated stick-thin, shapeless models like Twiggy. Downton Abbey made us covet the flat slim figures of the flapper era .
So, when did it change? And why?
I have to say I hate it. I was on pretty good terms with my back end, until the internet exploded making the quest for a big booty mainstream. “Keeping Up With the Kardashians”, meant wanting to keep with their butts. Kim became Queen of Butts. (I’d be happy just to be a princess.) Rhianna, Beyoncé…just a few of the many flaunting their toned tushes.“Um, are those things real?” “Genetic or surgical?” I don’t want a bum that yells “OMG” or emulates their assets. I just want a rounder, curvier, shapelier butt that’s realistic for my body.
“There’s nothing flattering about flat.”
Gluteus minimus. That’s me. In a world where derrieres dominate, I fall flat. Have you ever really looked at an elephant’s butt? Don’t laugh. That’s how wrinkled and unshapely my rear view is to me. It’s a bum rap. I feel like I’ve been thrown a bad curve and I don’t know what to do. I bust my butt at the gym with endless squats and lunges where the only result is ibuprofen and ice for the soreness. And shopping? Skinny jeans and spandex only exacerbate the problem. They do make jeans and underwear with padding, but are you kidding? Really? I want a change, but I don’t want fashion to push me into it. There’s so much more.
“I want to be a booty beauty”
I want to be beach ready. I want a butt that looks like I was born with it. I want people (translate: men) to walk behind me and appreciate what they see. I don’t think it’s being shallow, I think it’s wanting to feel better about myself. Getting a boost to my confidence that getting a boost to my behind can deliver. Because right now, my confidence droops in direct relation to my drooping derriere. Sure, sexy has a lot to do with it. What woman wouldn’t want to feel sexier and even younger? It’s time to put my rear in gear and I’ve made the decision I’m going to do something about it.
“I’m not ready to go to Rio”
And you don’t have to. No one does. Butt Augmentation is just one of many names for the procedure. What you do have to do, is find the most experienced, skilled surgeon to perform the procedure. That would be Thomas A. Narsete, MD. His surgical expertise is well beyond that of any other surgeon. The artistry of sculpting the buttock and all the different shapes of the buttock requires a steep learning curve. One he’s honed training with Brazilian masters of buttock surgery and performing endless surgeries with profound results that can make a beautiful improvement in the shape of the entire body. Not just the size of the buttock. People often come in with huge expectations and even photos. But Dr. Narsete takes the time to educate them on what will achieve the best outcome for them. Make an appointment to meet with him now. Is he the best?
No buts about it.