What are hip dips?

What are hip dips?

Hip dips or “violin hips” are indentations on both sides of the thighs, located directly below the hip bone. Together with the waist and hips, the hip dips determine the shape of your body curves. Are hip dips bad or good? They appear for natural reasons and have different forms, varying from one person to another.

Do you have’hip dip’?

“Almost everyone has a degree of ‘hip dip’,” points out Dr. Perry. “It is just more pronounced in some individuals.” However, they are more common in women, due to the position of the hip bones and women’s genetic fat distribution.

What do violin hips/hip dips look like?

Here’s what violin hips/hip dips look like: Hip dips, hip dents, violin hips, whatever you want to call them. It means your hips/butt don’t quite look smooth and round when viewed directly from the front or back. Compare this to someone with not much hip dip and more of an hourglass shape:

What do you say to someone who loves hip dips?

“Love your hip dips guys!” Amen to that. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

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