Although Brazil is a tropical country and famous by beautiful butts, not every Brazilian woman has the perfect derrière.
The anatomy and the aesthetic shape of the gluteal region can vary accordingly to racial and genetic characteristics of each patient.
In the black race, in general, the butt is bigger, globular and has a pear form. However, yellow race, in general, presents a smaller and poorly designed butt.
For Caucasians (white) there is no set pattern.
Obviously, “every rule has an exception, so the format will depend on many miscegenation factors.”
In addition to the race, the format and bottom size are also linked to factors such as age, gravity, heredity or weight fluctuation. Thus, even those persons who already had a perfect butt (rigid, upright and globular) are also vulnerable to changes and may suffer from low self-esteem.
About 25 years ago, nothing was possible to be done regarding plastic surgery to enhance gluteus. However, due to progress of cosmetic surgery and the help of modern techniques, it is possible to improve the contour of buttocks. Check out the most common procedures to model and to enhance your butt.
Nevertheless, it’s important to remember that the results will depend on the anatomical structure of each patient, once this as an individual body characteristic.