Latex Under the Lights
Latex is one of the hottest items on the red carpet this year. Nikki Minaj, former Spice Girl Mel B, Khloe Kardashian, Jennifer Metcalfe and other celebs have been spotted sporting latex and being part of this trend. But if you’re not a domme or other fetish professional, you might not know the health risks that go along with wearing non-breathable clothing, like latex.
Let’s face it, latex is sexy. It hugs every single curve and doesn’t leave much to the imagination. If you’ve got the body and confidence for it, you’re going to want to wear it, like many of the top celebrities who are opting for it over designer frocks. But what the celebrities and you might not know are the health risks associated with these types of garments.
Tight clothing like latex causes sweating, it can cause vaginal and bladder infections from the build-up of bacteria and fungi, and even affect blood flow in a woman’s legs, making varicose veins worse and causing cellulite.
Tight clothing, like latex, can also cause pain after you eat, which can lead to abdominal pain, indigestion, and heartburn. It can prevent abdominal breathing and can make anxiety worse. And make sure you’re not allergic to latex, because if you allergy is bad enough and you’re exposed to latex for a good amount of time, it can be fatal.
Flaws or Flawless
It’s also not an easy look to pull off because it shows all your lumps, bumps, and anything else you might view as a flaw. It’s also not easy to squeeze on or take off without a ton of talcum powder. Plus, it can make you sweaty and uncomfortable during warmer times of year.
Atsuko Kudo is one of the more popular couture labels that celebs are clawing to get. They make stunning latex skirts and dresses that have been worn by curvaceous celebs from Kim Kardashian to Bella Hadid. The brand’s director, Simon Hoare even admits their designs are “not practical or sensible”, and suggest they be saved for special occasions rather than everyday wear.
If you decide to delve into the latex craze, consult an expert like a dominatrix or even a high-end latex designer or company. They can give you tips on how to wear latex and enjoy it to the fullest.
See some celebrities showing off their latex on the red carpet at https://www.usmagazine.com/stylish/pictures/celebs-in-latex-dresses-w481478/.