How to Wear Waist Beads for Body Awareness

The most common belief among people is that wearing waist bead will make you look fat. There are many reasons why this may happen, but there are other ways to achieve the same effect without looking like a pig.

Wearing waist bands or belt is not the only way to get body awareness. You can wear something else such as a necklace with your wrist band or bracelet, or even just a plain black shirt with no jewelry at all!

When it comes to wearing waist bands or belt, you want them to cover your whole midriff area. If they’re too tight around your stomach area, then you’ll look like a pudgy person rather than someone who’s aware of their own body. Also, if you have any tattoos on your chest or back, then those areas need to be covered as well.

If you’re going to wear a necklace or bracelet, then make sure that it doesn’t interfere with your natural hair movement. For example, if you have long hair down your back, then don’t tie up your hair into a ponytail so that it falls over one side of your face. Instead, let it flow naturally down from the top of your head and hang loose around the sides of your neck.

Finally, some people are just not suited to wearing waist beads or belts no matter what. It’s a personal preference and if you feel comfortable doing so then go ahead, but don’t feel obligated to wear them just because everyone else is doing it.

Wearing waist beads and belt are a part of your natural body awareness. They should be worn on special events as well as in your daily routine. Just be yourself and everything else will fall into place.

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Waist Beads are so much more than just an accessory. Wearing waist beads can actually make you look slimmer by creating shadows around your body. Here are some tips and tricks on how to wear waist beads for that desired effect.

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