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Tuesday, August 6, 2013


Yvonne Nelson
Flaunting of bikini body is the latest trend among our celebrities these days. Couple of months back, Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson showed off her hot body on Instagram. She was donned in a sexy yellow 2-piece bikini. BBA Amplified winner Karen Igho also showed off her curves in a black swimsuit which features a plunging sheer neckline. Tonto Dikeh and Rukky Sanda also followed suit by flaunting their bikini bodies in sexy photoshoots.
Karen Igho
The latest celebrity to join the trend is Mo'cheddah. The young and sexy music diva showed off her extremely hot bikini body few weeks back via her pictures which she posted on Instagram.
Our next question will then be why all the bikini body flaunting all of a sudden? Some things should be kept private in my honest opinion. However, if you must flaunt it, then I think you better get it right. presents some tips on how to rock the bikini body.

Your body shape will determine what you choose to highlight or downplay with your bikini. The most common types are Athletic, Apple, Pear and Hourglass.
Tonto Dikeh
Rukky Sanda
The cut, color and fabric of your bikini top can all make a big difference in how it looks on you. To make a small bust look bigger; shun black, and instead opt for white or bright colors. You can also use ruffles to add the appearance of volume. To make a large bust look smaller; wear black or other dark colors, or busy patterns. Avoid any top that does not provide enough support for your breasts and steer clear of stripes or large patterns. To emphasize your bust; triangle tops, will easily direct traffic to your assets. You can also emphasize cleavage with a halter bikini. To support a large bust; choose a top with wide straps, underwire support, and sufficient coverage.

Not only will the bottom you select determine how your derriere looks, it can also emphasize your legs or direct attention away from them. To make your butt look bigger; choose a white or light-colored bottom. For extra emphasis, wear a ruffled string bottom or boyshorts. To make your butt look smaller; wear black or dark colors, and avoid stripes or busy patterns. Opt for a high-cut or tie-together bottom. Even though you might be tempted to cover up with boyshorts, don't- they'll only make you look wider.
To emphasize your butt; wear a string bottom. You can also choose one with a lot of details, such as rings, ruffles or patterns. To make your legs look longer: Choose a high-cut bottom that rounds up to your hipbones. To make your legs look shorter: wear boyshorts, which will cut a sharp horizontal line at the top of your thighs.

 So you've decided what you want, but how do you put it together? Coordinate your colors. Try going monochromatic (wearing two shades of the same color), pairing a bright color with white or black, wearing two jewel-toned colors (such as dark purple and dark blue), or pairing neutrals (such as white and black).
Don't be afraid to get mismatched sizes. If you have a small bust but wide hips, swap out that top for a size small and get a size medium or large for the bottom — your two pieces don't need to be the same size, they just need to fit. If you're unsure about mixing and matching sizes, ask a salesperson for help.

Few things cause more second-hand embarrassment than seeing someone else in a bikini they shouldn't be wearing. Avoid a string top if you're larger than a C cup. If you're falling out the sides of a string top, it's too small- find something with more side support, like a halter. Leave thongs to the daring ones. On the whole, they're not flattering and show more than most people want to see. Skirted bottoms are for old ladies. Unless it's a pinup-style cut with more of a ruffle than a skirt, skip it. Make use of a cover-up when you are walking to and from the beach or pool. Cover-ups are flattering and can help you to feel comfortable when not in the water. Look for cover-ups that are easy to remove and replace.

 The best bikini in the world will look unflattering if you keep your shoulders hunched and your posture sloppy. Show off what you've got! Stand up straight, keep your shoulders back, and hold your chin up. Add a smile and a confident attitude, and you'll be stunning in that bikini.

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