Throughout most of history, the desirable female form has been a curvaceous and full figure. Just look at any old painting of a nude figure in a museum. All of the women had big beautiful bodies. That was the ideal for a long time.
Then in the 20th century something changed. No one knows quite how it happened. Maybe it was the rise of celebrity culture or the never-ending string of diet fads. Maybe it was the birth of the supermodel or the photography featured in women's fashion magazines. Whatever it was, somehow women got the idea in their heads that they had to be rail-thin to be considered attractive.
The "heroin chic" phase in the world of high fashion was by far the lowest point. These were dark days for the American booty.
A Minor Revolution
But in the latter part of the past century things started to change once again. Again, it is hard to pinpoint exactly when it started to happen. Some credit Sir Mix-A-Lot and his champion of his baby's back for this return to traditional femininity. Whatever it was, women were starting to realize that they could go ahead and do side-bends or sit-ups, just as long as they did not lose that butt.
Still, the booties of America have yet to fully bounce back from the dark ages of the 20th century. Some women out there may still need a little extra help to round out their jeans.
A New Solution for the Booty Challenged
This is where Booty Pop comes in. For years, padded bras have been a staple in many women's wardrobes. It is amazing that it has been this long before someone took the next logical step to producing padded panties.
Booty Pop are panties that ever so subtly give your behind a little extra lift and shape. They are not made to misrepresent what is already there. Booty Pop panties just give what you already have a bit more, well, pop.
Booty Pop panties were the brainchild of college friends Susan Bloomstone and Lisa Reisler. They realized that, even though women had spent years trying to minimize their behinds through girdles and other inhibiting clothing, the tide was turning back towards embracing a fuller figure.
Part of their inspiration came after hearing about the rising rate of buttock implant surgeries. They realized women wanted to look more like the celebrities out there who were being celebrated for their bootylicious qualities. Bloomstone and Reisler wanted to offer a safer, less expensive, and more fashion conscious alternative to costly and potentially dangerous surgeries.
That is where the idea for Booty Pop came from. They wanted to make a fun and functional fashion accessory that was comfortable enough to wear every day. And they have succeeded.
How They Work
Booty Pop panties are built to be a practical part of your everyday routine. The pads in these underwear are non-removable so that they stay perfectly in place. They are made of 95% natural cotton and 5% spandex. This gives them the perfect amount of comfort and support.
Washing Booty Pop panties is easy as well. It is recommended that you wash them on the gentle and delicates cycle using cold water and a mild detergent. Do not throw them in the dryer when you are done. Just lay them out flat to air dry.
If you are going to use bleach on your Booty Pop panties, be sure it is non-chlorine bleach. You can also wash them using a lingerie bag. This is not strictly necessary, but it could help to prevent the fabric from snagging.
Booty Pop panties also run true to size so you will not have to worry about not getting what you expect. Sizes run from Extra Sweet (extra small) to Super Sweet (extra large).
The popularity of Booty Pop is already sweeping the nation. Kelly Ripa wore a pair of Booty Pop panties while hosting her show Live with Regis and Kelly. Co-host of The View, Sherri Shepherd, also wore them on one episode of her show.
Booty Pop panties have also been prominently featured on The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and on the Martha Stewart Show. Fashion editors on Entertainment Tonight even put them on their "must have list." National magazines that include Seventeen, Self, In Touch, and Life & Style have all featured Booty Pop within their pages as well.
The beauty of booties around the world is that they come in all shapes and sizes. The belief that you have to have a large booty to have an attractive one is just as misplaced as the old adage that you had to be skinny to be beautiful.
With that being said, maybe there are still some occasions where you want a little extra pop in your pants. This could be for a night on the town or maybe just to make sitting on a hard seat seat a little more comfortable. Booty Pop panties are not made to change who you are. They are made to amplify what you already have.