With all of the crazy new advancements that are coming out in the world of plastic surgery, us regular folks are getting more and more options to push our appearances to the next level. Oh, sure, we’re all familiar with boob jobs, tummy tucks and other common surgeries out there, but there’s one important area that, until recently, has been neglected—the booty!
Known in the plastic surgery game as the Brazilian Butt Lift, the BBL is an ideal procedure for adding some volume to your posterior, aka adding more “junk in the trunk.” While women with naturally large hindquarters might see this as a curse, the flat-butted among us might leap at the chance to add a little swing to our stride.
But hang on a second—can the results from the BBL be found via natural means?
One of the best lower body exercises out there is the squat. It’s a comprehensive lower body workout that exercises your quads, hamstrings, calves and yes, your glutes. In fact, one of the side effects of heavy squatting is a firm and more pronounced derrière. Crazy girls who have nothing better to do than spend 10 hours a week in the gym often find that their booties get larger and larger—imitating the effects of a BBL!
So which is better? Well, there’s no denying that exercise is great for your health, regardless of your booty goals. On the other hand, a BBL can offer faster (and larger!) results to give you more bang for your buck. In the end, you might just have to take a look in the mirror and decide which option will best meet your gluteal goals.