A WOMAN has shared the genius way she hides "back fat" while wearing backless dresses.
But it's important to remember that there's absolutely nothing wrong with not doing anything to hide it either – it's simply about what makes you feel comfortable and confident in your body.
Taking to TikTok, a fashion expert and body-positive star, who goes by the name of Habit Forming Style, revealed she uses boob tape to get the job done.
"Back fat: it's perfectly normal and there's nothing wrong with it but if you feel self-conscious or if you're wondering how those curvy girls are walking around with a smooth back, here's another unsexy style tip you need to know.
"Just use boob tape! Also known as contour tape."
She then recommended finding a spot on your rib cage, depending on where your skin doesn't show with your backless dress, and pulling forward.
"You can use more than one strip," she advised.
"It's just going to pull your skin taut and then gives you a [smoother] look."
Previously, another woman revealed her hack to wearing high heels for hours with none of the pain.
She claimed all you need is a SANITARY PAD and it will save your feet from hurting in heels.
Demonstrating in the video, Jo Burton Read demonstrated her life hack that she can “no longer live without.”
Captioning the video “I’ve done this so many times on a night out," she took the sanitary towel out of the packaging.
She then opened it up and took the plastic off the back to the sticky side facing down.
She then placed the sanitary towel directly into the shoe and stuck it down.
It appeared to protect the heel of the foot, as well as the soles of your feet.
And people couldn’t believe the discovery.
One wrote: “Why did no one tell meee.”
Another said: “I swear pads are so useful for everything but a period.”
A third wrote: “This is gold.”
And a fourth said: “I have done this. Problem was when i had a few drinks I thought it was a good idea to show everyone at my son's wedding.”
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