Say Goodbye to Hip Dips and Hello to Your Dream Curves

Hip dips are a common concern for many women, as they can affect the overall appearance of your backside and make you feel self-conscious about your body shape. With the expert guidance of Lee Sung-hoon, Deputy Director of Seoul 365mc Hospital, we bring you everything you need to know about hip dips, why they occur, and how you can achieve your dream curves with a personalized hip-lifting program.

Why Do Hip Dips Occur?

Hip dips are a result of the proximity between the bones on the outer edge of your pelvis and thigh, where the farther apart these bones are, the more likely you are to have hip dips. But don’t worry; we have some effective solutions to help you overcome this issue and achieve beautiful curves.

Understanding the 4 Types of Women’s Hips

Lee Sung-hoon has identified four main types of women’s hips, each with different characteristics and potential for hip dips. Understanding your hip type can help you determine the best course of action for enhancing your curves.

  1. H-type (Square): With a high pelvic height and exaggerated outer thigh, hip dips are easily observed in this square-shaped hip type. Approximately 45% of Korean women fall into this category.
  2. O-type (Round): These hips have a moderate pelvic height and a more significant distance between the thighs, giving a round appearance. Hip dips are not easily observed in this type, which is not very common among women.
  3. A-type (Wide): The A-type has a moderate pelvic height and wider pelvis compared to the O-type, with hips and thighs farther apart. Hip dips may not be a significant issue unless there is excess fat around these areas.
  4. V-type (Sunken): With higher upper pelvic height and less protruding outer thigh, hip dips may not be emphasized, but the outer lower part of the hip can have a sunken appearance.

Achieving Your Dream Curves with the Hip-Lifting Program

The hip-lifting program offers a personalized solution to help you combat hip dips and achieve a more appealing backside line. By examining the model example – an A-type hip with more fat on the lower body than upper body – we can see the impressive results achievable through this program.

The procedure involved harvesting fat from the model’s thighs, particularly the outer thigh area, followed by recreating a more natural-looking and smooth curved line along the “horse riding fat” area.

Ready for a Better Backside?

If you’re dissatisfied with your hip dips and in pursuit of a more beautiful backside line, consider a consultation to discuss your personalized hip fat program. Together, we can help you embrace your newfound confidence and love your curves.

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