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      How Long Should I Wear my Shapewear?

      How Long Should I Wear my Shapewear?

      The answer is… it depends! The good news is wearing your shapewear for “too long” is never dangerous, it may just become uncomfortable and isn’t recommended, and how long you should wear your shapewear depends on the garment. There are a few different levels of compression which contribute to how long you should wear your shapewear, such as moderate, medium, high, and waist trainers, which are adjustable.  
      If you’re looking for a rule to use for all your shapewear, no longer than 8 hours unless you’ve had surgery.

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      How Long Do Waist Trainers Take to Work?

      How Long Do Waist Trainers Take to Work?

      So you’re interested in buying a waist trainer – or you’ve recently bought one – and you’re asking that question all waist training-newbies ask: “how long do waist trainers take to work?”

      We’ve all asked that question because we’ve seen the amazing results other women have had, and we want them ASAP. There’s no shame in that! But how long will it actually take to see results?

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      VLOG: A Day in the Life of a Marketing Manager at Nicolette Shapewear HQ!

       I hope you guys enjoyed this kind of content, this is my first time vlogging on this channel. If you were curious what a day in the life of a marketing manager, I hope you found this video helpful as well as enjoyable :) This one if for our loyal subscribers to get to know who we are behind the scenes! IF you enjoy this kind of content leave a comment below! 

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      Does your Shapewear roll down? | Trying on Competitors Shaper

      Tired of your Shapewear Rolling down? In this vie=deo I do a quick shapewear review of a competitors shaper just for fun! I am a lover of shaper and all things shapewear from waist trainers, butt lifter, butt lift jeans, shapewear bodysuits you name it! So when I came across an interesting shaper ad I couldn't resist myself from purchasing. So here is my thorough review and try on haul of the new shaper that I tried! Honestly it was just ok, am I keeping it? yes for sure! It's comfortable and easy to put on. But I'm definitely not going to put it on for when I really want to look super snatched, I'll stick to my Nicolette Shapewear for that one :)

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      Best Shapewear to Wear Under Your Dress Style Guide

      Best Shapewear to Wear Under Your Dress Style Guide

      We won’t waste time before jumping straight into the style guide, as I know you’ve just found that dress for an event that’s fast approaching, and you need to order your invisible shapewear to make sure you look and feel drop-dead gorgeous in it.  

      The right shapewear won’t show at all under even the tightest of dresses, will smooth your curves, and give you a serious confidence boost. Of course, each dress needs a different type of shapewear to stay invisible, so here are the best pieces for each style of dress.  

      Simply pick the one you need and you’ll be ready to go!  

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      Best Butt Lifting Jeans Review 2020

      Best Butt Lifting Jeans Review 2020

      Butt lift jeans (also called booty shaping jeans, push up jeans, booty up, levanta cola jeans, wedgie jeans, and a long list of other names) are jeans that are designed to help lift your butt and hold it in that beautiful apple-bottom shape. While some butt lifting jeans only do this, many of them also give you tummy support, contour and highlight your best features, and slim your legs.

      Butt lift jeans have been around in some iteration since the 90s, but have only really come into popularity in the last few years as having those beautiful curves have really come into fashion in the U.S, unlike the relatively boyish frame that was popular in the 90s and early 2000s.

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