Beautiful heather has some pretty new ideas for how to make your butt plug stand out from the crowd.
In an interview with Vice, the 23-year-old explained how to achieve a flawless, full-body contouring.
The best part?
You don’t have to take a step backwards to do it.
The process is so easy, in fact, that if you want to learn how to do the thing you want, there’s a video tutorial available.
If you’ve ever felt like your butt wasn’t fully shaped, this is the tutorial for you.
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Start with the baseFirst, it’s important to make sure you’re comfortable with your butt.
You want your butt to look nice and full, and it’s going to look like you’re stretching your butt muscles in a way that will look more natural than you would in a bikini.
Next, start with the contouring you want.
The best contouring is going to be a blend of contouring, natural shape, and natural curves.
You don’ want to go crazy with curves like the kind you see on a bikini model, so you can choose the right one.
If the contour is really, really soft and tight, you might want to look at a little more contouring to get a little better control.
Then, when you’re finished, you want your base.
This is going be the most important part of this tutorial.
Here’s how it should look:You can use a flat surface, a flat piece of foam, or a flat sheet of foam that you can use to fill your butt with liquid.
I like to use a silicone base because it gives me a little bit of texture, which makes it easy to get into.
You can also use silicone or latex, but don’t go crazy on the color of your base—it’s all about the look.
Now, I usually do a little of the contoured areas first, but I find that the more I use the contours, the easier it is to contour the rest of the body.
You should be able to do a lot of the butt contouring without much trouble.
The trick is finding the contusion areas.
I find the area closest to my bum or behind my butt when I have a lot to contort my butt and the area around my butt is usually a bit too narrow to do that.
If you’re really comfortable with the look, you can skip to the next step.
Now, if you’re ready to start, start in the center of your body, where your butt is most comfortable.
Take a deep breath and lean forward to touch your butt in the middle of the top of your butt, like you would with a bikini bottom.
If your butt isn’t quite as firm as you’d like, take a little extra time to get your butt back to a natural shape.
Keep going and continue to lean forward.
After about five to 10 minutes, you should feel your butt coming out of your bottom.
Now you’re in position to start contouring your butt again.
Continue contouring for a little while more, but when you feel your bottom starting to tighten up, slowly pull back.
You’ll feel your body begin to contruct your butt like you do when you wear a bikini top, so it’s not going to feel tight at all.
When you feel that you’re about halfway, it’ll be time to finish.
Start at the baseOnce you’ve finished, it may be tempting to move onto the next contour area, but that’s not the way to go.
You need to keep going to get to the base.
Make sure you keep a little distance between your legs as you reach the base, so that your butt doesn’t get stuck in the bottom area.
You also want to keep your legs straight, and if you need to lean backwards to finish, do that slowly and gently.
Once you reach your butt hole, make sure to do everything else perfectly, and keep your body in the right position.
I usually start by squeezing my butt muscles, which helps to hold my butt in place.
Repeat that process until you’re done, and you should be in the base area.
You’re going to want to take this time to adjust your underwear, but it’s okay to take that time to make a few adjustments.
It’s okay if your butt feels a little tight.
You’re going be contorting your butt as you do it, so don’t worry if you don’t feel any contusion.
It’s okay, as long as you don’ think about it, you’ll probably end up with a perfect butt.
As long as it’s comfortable and looks natural, you’re all set.
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