Visible panty lines (VPLs) can ruin any good outfit, while invisible panty lines will help to enhance your looks by making your figure seem sleeker and sexier. Many clothes hide your undergarments, but some outline them a little too well this usually happens with thinner material or tight fitting clothing. Dresses, skirts, and slacks are the main culprits that show off your perfectly outlined behind.
-Understand What Causes Visible Panty Lines.
VPLs occur at the point where your backside cheeks are intersected by tight elastic of the panties. The backside cheeks have little place else to go but to bulge out either side, while the elastic dips in, creating a visible indented line or more.
-Select Underwear Suited To Your Backside Shape.
There are so many choices nowadays, that something will work the best for your shape, although it may take a few tries to hit on the best fit and style. The most important thing is to purchase panties that fit! Make sure that when you are picking out underwear, the panty covers your buttocks properly, at least to the extent of coverage the panties are supposed to give and that they do not dig in too tight. Equally, if you choose underwear that is too loose, it can easily wrinkle up inside your clothes leaving you lacking a smooth, sleek look and just showing wrinkles and bumps.
*For a boyish figure: Try a boy cut panty which will avoid cutting your rear. Boy shorts provide full coverage, and you can get them in elastic or mesh to better avoid panty lines. These materials prevent your underwear from bunching up under your clothes and leave you with a full coverage, smooth look.
￼*For a fuller figure: Try a laser-cut or high cut style of panty.
-Choose The Right Fabric.
Underwear that is less likely to create VPLs are panties that shape themselves best to your body. Elastic and spandex panties will work well to create a seamless fit, whereas cotton panties will often give a rumpled look, along with the VPL. However, it is clear that cotton panties are comfortable, and most women have them in abundance, so part of the trick is to avoid wearing them with outfits where they will definitely show. Given that much cotton underwear has thicker elastic, this is more likely to show through many of your outfits, so be sure to check in the mirror or ask a trusted friend for honest advice as to how it looks. Most elastic and spandex underwear uses a thinner band, helping to avoid panty lines.
-Take Care With Colour.
While bright pink panties with a dark outfit might be fine, the image changes rapidly when worn under white or other light clothing! Suddenly, much more is revealed than expected! Match your underwear to your skin tones when wearing light clothing. Flesh coloured underwear blends in with your skin, leaving invisible panty lines. Keep in mind that flesh coloured underwear means it closely matches your skin tone. If it is too much lighter or darker than your skin tone, then the VPLs will still show through.
-Opt For A Thong Or A Similar Alternative.
This is the number one option to avoid panty lines. Thongs simply don’t have the lines to show, making the choice easy for many women. Be sure to check out the rear view when you sit or squat those positions tend to expose half the thong if you’re wearing low riders. However, there are women who don’t like to wear thongs, and for those women, there are a few other options:
*Shape your body with your panties. Body shaping underwear is another great option to a thong. This style of underwear starts higher up on your waist and comes down to your mid thighs. Elastic or spandex styles give you a smooth and sleek look. It can also have some constructing properties that can suck in unwanted bulges, making you look and feel great.
*Consider wearing boy shorts, boxer shorts, or French knickers. These are a great option if you don’t want to wear a thong the longer leg will eliminate panty lines that cut across the butt. But if your pants are tight, the edges still may show.
*Go commando! If you’re brave enough to do this, simply go commando don’t wear underwear. This is the only way to know that there are no panty lines whatsoever and it can feel rather secretly sexy. However, many women feel uncomfortable doing this, and would be happier wearing a thong or another type of underwear. You could also go “faux commando” by ordering disposable cotton patches that adhere to the inside of your pants, allowing you the freedom of no underwear without any discomfort.
-Test Drive Panties Made Of Paper Thin Microfiber.
This is a light, stretchy material that eliminates bulging
-Take Extra Special Care With Tight Clothing.
Tight clothing will always bring out a VPL if there is one to bring out. The answer to this is to wear a thong or a laser cut brief. These won’t dig into your flesh and you’ll have no VPL.