Best tricks to hide cellulite when wearing a bikini
Sunbathing season is just around the corner and we all need our bodies to be in check. Could cellulite be the only thing stemming you from having a wonderful and sexy experience in that new Victoria's Secret bikini?
Even if you don't recognize it, you probably feel less confident when a bunch of dimples show up on your body or can even be offended by what people might have to say about your cellulite. I'm pretty sure that you've already seen that most women have to deal with this dreaded skin condition and try to find the best cellulite remedies out there.
How can you hide cellulite when going to the beach or pool?
I am going to share 5 easy tricks that will help you mask your cellulite when wearing a bikini.
1. Conceal the cellulite affected area with the proper swimsuit
Although this might not be the best choice for most of us, it is in fact the best way of hiding cellulite while in a bathing suit. You don't necessarily need to wear a bikini, especially when you don't feel confident about your body, you can find all sorts of accessories and body wear that is going to hide your cellulite. You can buy shorts, you can look for swimsuits with a little skirt or you can even find a pretty swim dress.
The upper thigh and butt are best concealed by a pair of boy shorts, giving you the right look for your legs. Skirt bathing suits are another option to consider. This skirt styles are very wavy and it draws the eyes away from the affected area. They also have a design where it gives extra coverage of your stomach, butt and upper thighs.
2. Use a cover-up
If you still want to wear your sexy bikini, then you can always wrap your butt and thighs in a sarong (a type of bikini wrap put around the waist) to cover the affected areas. Many women wear these to the beach and the best part is that they come in all sorts of styles that will make you look extremely fashionable and not like you are out to hide things.
3. Tanning helps you hide your cellulite
Getting a tan is a great way to really get the eyes off you and conceal that not so great looking cottage cheese skin. Whether you choose to get an organic tan at a professional salon or you use a self tanner that you can do it yourself, what you are aiming for is darker skin. The darker the skin is the harder it is to see those imperfections. You will be able to walk around and nobody will see those little dimples that you are so conscious about.
4. Cellulite Creams for quick cellulite reduction
If you want fast (but most of the times temporary) results, you can always invest in a tube of cellulite cream. But do cellulite creams actually work? I have to admit that the jury is still debating this. Some say cellulite creams don't work, while others sing high praises for them. Creams are an inexpensive temporary solution and you can give it a try if you are totally desperate and need to look good in that bikini.
These creams all contain caffeine and this has been shown to cause the skin to tighten up, giving it a smoother look. This is a real quick fix and could have you out on the beach in no time, if it works.
5. Home Made Scrub
Just like the creams you can buy in the store, you can also make your own coffee cellulite scrub, one that you've probably all heard about. All you need is some old coffee grounds, brown sugar and saran wrap. It doesn’t cost much to make and the results of this home remedy are phenomenal. Remember it is a quick fix and it won’t get rid of the skin condition totally.