In Primeval Days, the buttock was the primary sexual attraction, not the breast (It all goes back to the caveman!).
- In Ancient Greece, Spartan women performed bottom kicking. They would kick their booty to make it bigger and firmer.
- In the late 16th Century and early 17th Century, artist Peter Paul Rubens was best known for portraying full-bodied women with large derrières. In fact, today the term “rubenesqueis” defined in the dictionary to mean a “voluptuous woman.”
TV's top reality stars have it, pop stars sing about it, and the hottest celebrities in town flaunt it. And if two, self-made entrepreneurs have their way, every woman in the country can now instantly have it.
“It” is rounded, curvy, lifted backsides, made possible by Booty Pop® padded panties. The panties that have revolutionized fashion to turn flat behinds into fab bootys much like the padded bra reinvented cleavage.
There was a time when women would do almost anything to minimize their buttocks, from wearing girdles, control tops and rigid shapewear. Today, women of all ages seek that bootylicious look that our pop culture has embraced in celebrities, music and fashion.
Enter college friends and self-made entrepreneurs Susan Bloomstone, a former PBS television producer, and Lisa Reisler, former Fashion Director, co-creators of Booty Pop® panties.
Creates the Ultimate Lift and Curves!