Make Your Hips Wider?


There is no actual physical way to make your hips wider other than child birth and gaining weight. There are tricks with clothing that can make your hips look wider than they actually are. Wearing dark pants but lighter tops makes the hips look wider. Bulky fabrics and prints can also make the hips look wider. Tucking in the top or wearing a belt draws attention to a waist and makes the hips look wider. Pants with a higher waist, pleats, and pockets all make the hips look wider.
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How to Make Hips Wider
Widening the hips is extremely difficult because hip width is determined by bone structure, not by exercise. However, exercise and weight training can help if done on a regular basis. If you want wider hips, just keep reading.... More »
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Sadly you cannot change the structure of your bones but you can work certain muscles to make your hips appear larger. You can minimize your waist by doing exercises to narrow your
1. Supplement your diet with foods rich in protein and carbohydrates. Eliminate junk foods such as chips, sweets and soda. Carbohydrates such as pasta and bread will give you the
Girls hips become wider because this allows the body to prepare for when the women will have a baby in the future. The wider hips help support the baby for the mother.
You can get wider hips from giving birth to a child. Only with age will your hips become wider
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There are so many solutions that are offered and believe to make your hips wider. This is quite difficult since you cannot change your structure. The only things ...
To make your hips look wider, try wearing a lighter color pant with a dark color top. Light colored pants makes the hips appear to be fuller. Select bulky fabrics ...
Hips size is determined partly by the bones of the pelvis. You can make your hips slightly wider by gaining muscle mass or fat on these areas. ...
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