It may seem like choosing a micro bikini (or string bikini) is a no brainer, especially since micro bikinis cover very little of your body. But there are some things you should be aware of when choosing string bikinis.
As with choosing any type of apparel, color is very important. Make sure, when picking which string bikini you want, that your string bikini compliments your skin color. Don’t know how? Warmer colors don’t look so hot on tanned bodies, but rather lighter skin. Solid bikinis look good on some people, while mixed designs look better on others.
Since you’re going to be wearing your micro bikini in public, it’s important that it fits you properly and does not fall down. Since micro bikinis are built with straps, they will most likely be able to adjust to the shape of your body.
One of the most important things you’ll need to do when wearing a string bikini is wax. If you can see hair in those areas of yours that you’re trying to sport around, it can be quite a nasty turn off. You can get a wax at your local salon or buy DIY waxing supplies and, well, DIY.
Also be sure to check if the micro bikini covers a good area of your real, that is, if you’re not wearing a g-string type of micro bikini. If you’re not, make sure the micro bikini doesn’t ride up (how uncomfortable) by sitting, walking around, and doing other activities you might do while casually wearing a micro bikini. If you are wearing a g-string style micro bikini, make sure you look yourself over in a three way mirror.
Be sure to mix and match string bikini tops and bottoms as well. You just may find the perfect complimenting pair of pieces by searching for the right amount of time.
Don’t hold onto your string bikini if it’s showing its age. That is a serious fashion problem and can sometimes lead to discomfort. This is due particularly to the fact that your string bikini has been through salt water, chlorine, and other degrading substances. This also can weaken the elasticity of the strings, making you want to tie the bikini tighter. That can lead to the strings breaking and possibly having the string bikini fall off you.
Do not forget your SPF. Apply it to every area of your body, even under your strings as they may move around and expose different places of your body. Burns are not attractive, nor are they in style.
If you don’t think you look good in your string bikini, or you are un-confident when wearing it, don’t wear it. Consider other pieces of lingerie besides string bikinis.