What does the best waist trimmer do?
You can find waist trimmers in every department store and drugstore – but there’s never been a better time to start looking better.
When buying a waist trimmer – do your research. Make sure it’s a smart, well thought out package and not the expensive, overly fancy alternatives. Many brands are quite expensive and are often labeled in an attempt to increase sales of their products (including “the slimming power of body art”).
To determine if an item is fitted correctly, you should first look under the belt of any item you are considering using to trim. A good rule of thumb should be:
The waist belt should fit snugly and closely across
A tight belt that’s too loose or too loose will result in a gap when the waist was pulled out completely
Check the size of the belt to make sure it’s compatible with your bust size.
If you choose to buy an outfit that involves a trimmer, make sure your waist is fitted properly by checking out these tips to enhance your waist, like adding a hip belt, the waist tape, and/or custom, custom fit trimmer
And don’t worry—with some help from the right materials you can add your own style by adding your own fabric.
Some shapers will ask you to use a piece of fabric that has been washed and dried first so it has no stretch. While you should never use cloth so completely stripped of fibers, try to think of things that allow you to use this stretch as your natural waist-to-hip and bottom-to-front stretch. And don’t forget about the rest of your body, which often doesn’t see the same stretch.
Once a waist has all of its stretches, a fabric can be added to create a waist trimmer. If you’ve got a waist that’s been lengthened or shortened a bit, adding a piece of fabric can help add that extra bit of space and definition.
Now that you’ve got your waist trimmer and waist wrap ready you can get out and train! And remember: nothing goes better with your running than a nice little workout!