A medium sized content creator showed how she styles her rounded lower stomach area for added suppleness and comfort.
Madison Beltran shared two key tips she uses to flatten her lower abdomen, or FUPA, which stands for greasy upper pubic area and which she calls herself.
“Ladies, listen up because today I’m going to teach you how to style the fupa,” she explained, adding, “You probably don’t even think about it, but it starts with the underwear.”
Holding up a lacy g-string thong first, Madison said, “You’re super cute for a date night, but not when you’re trying to style the fupa.”
Then she showed off a seamless thong. “Work seamlessly for a bit and then they slide down.”
She ended up landing on a pair of Victoria’s Secret underwear with a thick waistband. She chose the brand’s logo Cotton Thong Panty and declared them the “Holy Grail”.
However, Madison noted, “This doesn’t have to be a thong. If you have something with a thick band, it will smooth everything out in every way.
“But make sure you get them your correct size,” she insisted, adding, “Otherwise they’ll just roll you over and that’s not the purpose of this video.”
For her second tip, she moved on to the type of denim to buy and wear to further flatten the tummy area.
“A lot of us love the stretchy denim that feels so comfortable,” Madison admitted, before shouting for her to stop wearing them.
Holding up a pair of Levi’s 501 Original straight-leg jeans, she said, “Get a pair of pure cotton jeans that’s your size and fits comfortably.”
“PS remember to size up or read reviews if you’re buying 100% cotton if you’re used to stretch denim,” Madison added in her video’s comments.
She went on to explain that stretchy skinny jeans usually frame the lower stomach area. Non-stretch cotton jeans, on the other hand, are more fitted, which makes them look flat and slim.
Showing off the fit of her Levi’s from the front and side, Madison exclaimed, “Tell me where my fupa is.”
She said the smooth look of the jeans across her stomach was “a mix between the underwear and the 100% cotton denim.”
Most people responded to the video by praising the tips and sharing their own suggestions for Old Navy and second-hand denim to achieve similar results.