Waist training is a slow method of slimming down your waist using waist trainers. Popularized during the Victorian era, it is now making a big comeback among women who wants to have the hourglass figure. With proper diet and exercising, it will give you results in no time.
A breathe of fresh air
It will be different for your waist, therefore it needs to get used to the compression of wearing a waist trainers. As a beginner, you should take it easy, especially for the first days. You can do this by wearing the garment, not more than 2-4 hours each day. Bit by bit, you can increase an hour or to this daily routine. Do this, until you can comfortably wear it the whole day. The first row of clasps is your starting point. As you get used to it, you can use the second row of clasps for a tighter squeeze. As your waist slims down, wearing a waist trainer becomes more comfortable.
Continuing the Routine
Most of us are just good at the beginnings, and then we forget or become too lazy to continue the daily routine. Now you know, it’s also important that your waist trainer is durable enough to last for a very long time. We also have tips on how to take care of your waist training equipment.
To clean your waist trainer, you can hand wash it with cold water or toss it into a washing machine. You should never put a corset inside a dryer. After washing, you can just lay it down to dry.
Every after using it, don’t forget to air dry it. You can do so by turning the lining on the upper side and hanging it. Don’t hang it under the sun or any other source of heat. If you do, it will cause it to shrink and get damaged easily.
Waist trainers are bound to break. But with the tips above, they won’t break soon.