One of the hottest trends today is having a smaller waist. Diet and exercise work well, but neither of them are the “quick fix” that many women (including myself) are looking for. This is why I went on a search for the best waist cincher. I wanted a waist cincher that did the job and was comfortable to wear.
I had heard horror stories on how uncomfortable they can be and how that could do some serious damage to your body. This is probably one of the most important things to know about a cincher. If it is uncomfortable, it is probably damaging your body. I didn’t want my body damaged, I just wanted a smaller waist so if I am going to find the best waist cincher, I was going to find it the right way and find the right kind for my body.
I went to a few stores in my area that specialized in this sort of thing. They had all kinds of cinchers and corsets and the sales associate was very helpful and explained to me the sizes and how a body like mine would do with each different size so I could get the waist that I wanted. She also explained to me that cinchers were a lot like corsets, but not necessarily the same thing. There were a few differences like the material used to make them and corsets have “boning” in them and cinchers are more of a sturdy plastic to keep their shape. Another difference is that corsets are larger (width wise) and cover more of the waist and the body where as the cincher is shorter and just covers the main waist area. After all of the various cinchers were explained, I tried a few on and some were harder to wear than others. I did manage to find a few very comfortable ones and even made a purchase of one!
In the end, I felt like I could make a good judgement on a waist cincher for my body thanks to helpful sales associate at the store. All of the types and various sizes can be over welming for anyone, especially if you want the best waist cincher for your money. It helps to find someone knowledgeable and is willing to help guide you and point you to a cincher that fits and works the best for you. Not all bodies are the same, and not all cinchers will work in the same way on everyone.