Iasmin Santos was inspired to try the body-c!nching device after seeing Kim Kardashian wearing one. The 27-year-old, originally from Brazil, models herself on another cu-rvy idol too.
She’s often compared to a “real-life Barbie doll” thanks to her hourglass figure.Iasmin said: “I get a lot of inspiration from Kim Kardashian – my dream is to have the same body like hers.
“But for now I’m focusing on my wa!st and I believe we are almost the same. And about being compared to a doll, who doesn’t (like it)?”Iasmin, who is spending lockdown in London, won’t let the pa-ndemic get in the way of her glamorous looks.
She recently posed in a dress covered in 10,000 Swarovski crystals, which apparently cost her more than £16,000.The model, who has appeared on the front cover of Pl*yboy Spain, has also been spending her free time focusing on her appearance.
She’s spent more time exercising and honing her look.Iasmin said: “I’m going through my third lockdown here in London, and being stu-ck at home makes us want to change, change the color of hair, change food, training, routine”.While fans may be tempted to copy Iasmin by wearing a co-rset for prolonged periods, this isn’t actually advisable.
Waist trainers are typically made from thick and str-etchy fabric designed to pu-ll your body in.Some believe they help them to achieve an hourglass f!gure.But experts have wa-rned that the trend can be a da-ngerous one.A 2018 study found that wa!st training can make it more difficult to breathe.
Meanwhile, American Board of Cosmetic Su-rgery (ABCS) says extreme co-rsets can reduce lung capacity.Other believed side-effe-cts include weakened co-re, problems with the pelv!c floor, organ da-mage and unpleasant digestive problems.