How Sexy Should I Go?

Jennifer Galvan Staff Writer

by Jennifer Galvan Staff Writer | December 6, 2010 @ 09:00AM

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How Sexy Should I Go?Women who undergo cosmetic enhancements, whether to attain larger bustlines, slimmer waists, and/or enhanced derrieres, typically can't wait to show off their new looks! So what better time to do so than on a special occasion, such as a birthday or an anniversary?

These celebratory times may be the perfect opportunity to flaunt those sexy curves, but just how sexy should you go? While an aesthetic procedure, such as breast augmentation, can raise a woman's self-esteem, she may not be ready to completely bare it all. A low-cut, body-hugging top or dress might be a classic staple for this day; however, you can never go wrong with exuding subtle sexiness. Minimal cleavage and clothes that offer a chic appeal can still accentuate your curves, without being too revealing.

This can be much more attractive than simply letting it all "hang out." Your date for the evening may be just as impressed with something that makes you shine as with a slinky dress. Besides, a little mystery is always in style.

But what if you are not completely healed yet but dying to still expose your breast augmentation results? It is important to keep in mind that results may take several weeks to months to fully become apparent. This means if breast implants have not dropped into a natural state by the time your event arrives, or if you underwent a tummy tuck or liposuction, it may also be a bit uncomfortable to wear things that are too tight. Therefore, if you would like to help the healing process go a bit smoother, you must abide by your doctor's instructions. You may also want to consider options that help to move the process along, such as massage therapy; LipoMassage by Endermologie ® is one such treatment that may be combined with a body contouring procedure, such as a tummy tuck or liposuction, to help reduce the appearance of cellulite and target localized fat.

Ultimately, if you feel great on the inside then it's sure to show on the outside regardless of what you wear – cosmetic surgery or not.

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