January 14, 2022 3 min read

For the Baddies That Don’t Know!

For decades upon decades, women everywhere have been obsessed with diet culture. The thought of gaining weight is so troublesome that many women will resort to not eating or cutting out certain food groups. Fortunately, we aren’t here to talk about what to do or what to eat to lose the most weight.

The time has finally come where women are more concerned with being healthy than anything else, and it couldn’t come soon enough. Of course, every woman would still like to accentuate their slim waist however they can, but there’s only so much you can do with high-waisted jeans.

Some think a waist trainer is the perfect way to show off your natural beauty but it’s definitely not the only option!

“Slim Thick” Culture Puts the Spotlight on Curvy Women

That’s right ladies! The time has finally come for the curvy women to take the main stage! The age of “Slim Thick” culture has arrived and it couldn’t come at a more perfect time. It might all be courtesy of the TikTok hashtag (#slimthicc) with over 275 million tags or it could be something else, but strength trainers and curvy women everywhere are embracing the new culture.

So What Is the Slim Thick Body Type Anyway?

what is slim thickIt generally describes a physically fit woman with a slim waist and flat stomach with a larger butt, hips, and thighs. While it’s important that all women are confident in their bodies, this recent culture seems to be the healthiest version of body idolization we’ve seen maybe ever. It gives women of all shapes and sizes the confidence to work out and eat right for their body types without the pressure to look like a stick for it all to be considered worth it.

The world is learning to embrace all body types by giving this new culture time in the spotlight. Women are working out, lifting weights, and eating healthy to produce healthy toned muscles and a figure that suits their body type. There’s not much better than that in the history of popular culture.

The Meaning of a “Snatched Waist”

The term “snatched waist” really comes into play with this new slim-thick culture. Yes, women are embracing their curves in the healthiest way possible but every once in a while you just want that extra cinch at the waist. Maybe your dress isn’t as tight as you hoped or you’re bloated and want a little extra help in the waist department.

What Is a “Snatched Waist?”

A snatched waist is simply a waist that is small and tight. The ideal snatched waist look has a flat stomach and wide, thick hips, thighs, and butt to give the body shape those nice curves in all the right areas.

You can achieve this look with a waist trainer or one of our Fajas! Here are some of the benefits women experience while using a waist trainer/Faja:

  • Better posture
  • Postpartum support
  • Desired hourglass shape
  • Reduced back pain

Whether you recently had surgery, plan to get it soon, or just want all the goods to feel snug and tight, our body fajas provide best-selling quality compression when you need it most. It will not only help you achieve that snatched waist look but will help with maintaining posture and lift your butt!

SNATCHED BODY



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